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Global reach


Global reach
Oceanteam is well-positioned in several important oil and gas exploration basins and is rapidly expanding its presence in areas that play a key role in the development of offshore wind farms. In addition, about 10 percent of our revenues come from the global umbilical installations segment.
 
The situation in the North Sea is challenging and we have made other regions part of our future growth strategies, including Latin America, West Africa and Asia Pacific. The diversification of our global business units makes us better able to deal with setbacks such as decreasing oil prices.
 
Geopolitical tensions mean regions develop at different speeds. Oceanteam has chosen to focus on stable regions and to team up with strong local partners with proven track records in their respective markets. A diversified client base also helps us increase our expertise and develop in different markets.

Responding to the demands of today
Contractors demand both flexible and efficient solutions that seamlessly connect to their own business. Oceanteam is able to meet these demands. Extensive standardisation allows us to customise our equipment quickly at competitive prices. Our turntables, for example, can be delivered within a three-month time frame.

DOT Shipping: exploring new ground
Mexico is amongst the top 10 largest oil producers in the world and ranked in the top 20 in terms of gas production. Over the last five years, the US side of the Gulf of Mexico decommissioning market has witnessed record levels of activity and expenditure, due to changes in federal regulations and declining shelf production. Recent energy reforms in Mexico saw certain restrictions on the state-owned oil company Pemex lifted to allow improved access to foreign businesses. More importantly, Subsea UK notes that the reforms also open up the region to international operators for deepwater development.
 
To take full advantage of the opportunities offered by these developments, Oceanteam has teamed up with Diavaz to found DOT Shipping. This company focuses on providing high-end vessel solutions for the Mexican market and successfully delivered two FSV new-builds at the end of 2014. Diavaz is one of the most experienced companies in the Mexican oil and gas market and has developed a sound knowledge of the energy sector. The company is active in marine operations, gas and exploration and production.

 

Vessel in the spotlights: CSV Southern Ocean

Feb 16 2017 Oceanteam owns, charters and manages high quality deepwater offshore support vessels and fast support vessels. The North Ocean fleet consists of three vessels: two high-end large deepwater offshore Construction Service Vessels (CSVs) and one Lay Vessel. This time in the spotlights: our CSV Southern Ocean. 

McDermott to exercise its option to purchase PLV North Ocean 105

Jan 13 2017 Oceanteam ASA ("Oceanteam" or "Company") announces that joint-venture partner McDermott will exercise its option to purchase Oceanteam’s 25% ownership in the vessel-owning company North Ocean 105 AS by the end of April 2017. Under McDermott’s main credit facility agreement, it has announced that it is required to do so. 

Delivery of the CSV Tampamachoco 1 (T1) deferred for one year

Dec 16 2016 Oceanteam‘s subsidiary Diavaz-Oceanteam Shipping (DOT) has come to an agreement with seller Pacific Radiance to postpone the delivery of the CSV Tampamachoco 1 (T1) for one year. Delivery is now scheduled for January 2018. The Oceanteam joint venture with Mexican-based Diavaz however holds an option to further delay the delivery for another year. Pacific Radiance...
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