Topaz extends contracts for 12 offshore ships

12 offshore ships from Topaz Energy and Marine, operating for BP in Azerbaijan, has secured contract extensions ranging from three to six years. "This contract extension adds important secured revenue," says CEO René Kofod-Olsen.

René Kofod-Olsen, CEO i Topaz Energy. | Photo: PR

Offshore shipping company Topaz Energy and Marine has secured contract extensions for 12 of its ships which are part of current offshore operations in Azerbaijan.

In a press release, the Dubai-based company informs that the contracts have been extended to 2025 for seven of the offshore supply ships, OSVs, to 2023 for three of the ships, while the last two have had contracts extended to 2022.

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