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DeepOcean returns to Côte d’Ivoire – but remains focused on Ghana

DeepOcean returns to Côte d’Ivoire – but remains focused on Ghana

Since its takeover of French underwater robot specialist Searov in 2017, the Norwegian firm has been growing in several African markets. But its real epicentre can be found in Ghana, where it operates on the mega Jubilee field.

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            ▪ DeepOcean returns to Côte d’Ivoire – but remains focused on Ghana

▪ Since its takeover of French underwater robot specialist Searov in 2017, the Norwegian firm has been growing in several African markets. But its real epicentre can be found in Ghana, where it operates on the mega Jubilee field.

http://www.jeuneafriquebusinessplus.com/en/805848/deepocean-returns-to-cote-divoire-but-remains-focused-on-ghana/

20/10/2020 at 18h23, by Jeune Afrique Business+, updated 23/10/2020

In January, DeepOcean will position the imposing Edda Freya (150 metres long) in Côte d’Ivoire, taking advantage of the support vessel’s arrival in West Africa from its current location in the North Sea. “It will be a short mission of around 15 days to a field on which we worked in 2018 and 2019, but our main activity is now in Ghana,” explains Maxime Cerramon, who manages DeepOcean’s African activities from Frontignan, near Sète, France.

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