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Neptune Awarded Kreuz Subsea’s Stabilisation Contract for Daman Field Project

Source: www.gulfoilandgas.com 3/27/2018, Location: Asia

Neptune is pleased to announce the award of subsea stabilisation services for the Daman field development project in Mumbai High, India. Neptune shall provide a number of concrete mattresses and offshore grouting services to Kreuz Subsea and has established a project supply base to deliver services locally.

Neptune Chief Executive Officer, Robin King said “These works demonstrate our capability in the Indian region. Although the market has seen a downward trend, India remains a place for growth and Neptune is looking forward to utilising this potential by working with key clients on future projects”.

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