Solstad Offshore bags contracts for six vessels

Norway's Solstad Offshore has won new contracts for six vessels. Work will begin on July 1 and take place outside of the North Sea.

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Six ships from Norwegian offshore service vessel operator Solstad Offshore are part of a new contract that gives the ships work for 80 to 170 days each.

The work will begin on July 1 and will be performed outside of the North Sea, says Solstad Offshore in an update. The company does not reveal the name of the customers.

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