Global Maritime Group wins Quadrant Energy contract

Global Maritime Deep Sea Mooring has been awarded a contract for the provision of mooring and rig positioning services to Quadrant Energy Ltd, an Australian oil and gas company.

Mooring and rig positioning services

Under the contract with Quadrant Energy, Global Maritime Deep Sea Mooring, part of the Global Maritime Group, will perform mooring and rig positioning services for both semi-submersible and jack-up operations on the Northwest Shelf in Australia.

With its head office in Stavanger, Norway, Global Maritime Group is a worldwide enterprise. The Group has six business areas – Global Maritime Deep Sea Mooring being the one involved in this contract.

Comment from Global Maritime Group

CEO of Global Maritime Group, Peder Sortland commented: “Global Maritime Group was established with a clear ambition to build a stronger offering to our clients around the world. Through this award, Global Maritime Deep Sea Mooring reaffirm its leading position in the mooring segment.”

 “Winning this contract confirms the importance of flexibility and local presence, with availability of equipment and personnel. We are very pleased that our unique advanced technologies and equipment specifications are highly appreciated by key industry players,” says Barry Silver, Managing Director of Global Maritime Deep Sea Mooring Australia.


Adapted from press release by Cecilia Rehn

Published on 02/07/2015

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