Cape has secured two new contracts that will provide specialist access services offshore around Australia.
Cape will be providing a range of scaffolding services which include design and offshore supervision on the multi billion dollar ExxonMobil Kipper Tuna Turrum project, which is one of the largest domestic gas developments in the East Pacific Ocean.
The project has been estimated at 6-8 months work by McDermott Australia who has contracted Cape to supply there scaffolding services Cape also have the possibility of further maintenance or project work on the same multibillion dollar project.
Cape’s newly formed Marine & Offshore division has also been contracted by Sapura Acergy Australia to provide rope access services for removal of the old Montara Platform in the Timor Sea.
Chief Executive of Cape, Martin May, said:
“Securing these contracts is as major achievement for Cape’s newly formed Marine & Offshore division. In the offshore environment it is essential that the crews work together and share the common goal of flawlessness. Cape has demonstrated its ability to deliver to the highest standards offshore and is delighted to be securing further business in this area.”