Topaz orders supply vessels from Norwegian yard

Topaz Energy and Marine has ordered two new subsea vessels from Norwegian yard Vard Brattvaag, with an option for two more. 

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Dubai-based offshore support vessel company Topaz Energy and Marine has ordered two subsea vessels from Norwegian shipyard Vard Brattvaag for a price of around USD 115 million, informs Topaz in a press release.

Specifically developed for light subsea construction with intervention duties, the so-called DP2 vessels boast a crane capacity of 120 tons and can operate at depths of up to 3000 meters.

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