Topaz lands West African contract

Offshore carrier Topaz Energy & Marine has secured a contract in West Africa worth USD 50 million.

The Dubai-based offshore carrier has secured a contract for two PSV vessels that will sail in western Africa in a deal worth a total USD 50 million, according to Upstreamonline.

The deal concerns two so-called DP2 vessels of 3,300 dwt each, and with the two contracts Topaz reaches an orderbook of around USD 1.2 billion.

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