Norway’s Siem Offshore has been awarded a contract by GE Renewable Energy for the Siem Stingray support vessel, built in 2014.
The contract is scheduled to start in April 2021, which will be for a six-month period with the right to further options, defined by the parties involved.
“This marks an important continuation of Siem Offshore’s strong commitment to serving the renewable energy segment, and we are pleased to see our versatile, high-end vessels being preferred by a key operator such as GE Renewable Energy. Since our entry into the offshore wind energy segment, our fleet has contributed more than 200,000 offshore personnel transfers, making the Company a leading player within this segment,” the company said in a statement.
Siem Stingray was previously on a long-term contract with Swire Pacific Offshore.