May, 7, 2017
Two affiliates of Edison Chouest Offshore signed a five-year contract with Shell Brazil for construction, inspection, maintenance and underwater repair services. The agreement includes a varied list of projects servicing a construction and subsea installation vessel of Bram Offshore, a subsidiary of Edison Chouest.
The contract also provides inspection services for C-Innovation, another Edison affiliate, which has one of the largest fleets of offshore support vessels and has been operating in Shell Brazil’s exploration campaigns since 2012.
“We are offering a fully integrated solution,” said Edison Chouest Offshore Brazil director Ricardo Chagas. “It’s unequaled evidence of versatility in the underwater market, which translates into cost benefits for our customers, especially valuable at times like the ones we face,” he added.