Topaz lands BP deal for USD 100 million

Offshore carrier Topaz Energy and Marine has won two contracts with BP for work in the Caspian Sea. The contracts are allegedly worth around USD 100 million.

Duabi-based offshore and supply company Topaz Energy and Marine has reached an agreement with BP, worth around USD 100 million, to sail two new Platform Supply Vessels (PSV) at the oil company's operations in the Caspian Sea. The two suppy ships of 3,300 and 4,000 dwt will work in the ACG and Shah Deniz fields in Azerbaijan, according to Worldmaritimenews.

Topaz Energy and Marine CEO Rene Kofoed-Olsen is pleased with the order.

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