FMC Technologies has received new orders from Delta SubSea (DSS) for HD59 and HD60 ROVs for delivery in July 2014. Its Schilling Robotics business unit entered into a frame agreement with Delta SubSea for the supply of work-class ROV systems in 2013, to supply a fleet of state-of-the-art ROV systems over the next several years.
“We are proud to announce the addition of two Schilling Robotics HD 150Hp work-class ROVs to our growing fleet,” said Scott Dingman, President-CEO of DSS. “These new systems are slated for long term contracts consisting of multiple years with major upstream oil and gas operators for IMR work. We look forward to continuing our business relationship with FMC Schilling Robotics to support our growth in the East Africa, West Africa, and Southeast Asia regions.”
“We are delighted to continue our long-term ROV supply agreement with Delta Subsea. The company has expanded dramatically over the last year, leveraging market opportunities as an independent provider of ROV and tooling services,” stated Peter MacInnes, VP of Sales & Marketing for Schilling Robotics.
About Delta SubSea, LLC
Delta SubSea (DSS) is a leading integrated independent provider of ROV Services and Solutions, Consulting & Engineering, and Tooling Solutions for the subsea oil and gas industry. Delta SubSea’s ROV fleet is focused on solutions for customers in the inspection, repair and maintenance, construction, drilling and decommissioning market segments. DSS’s Consulting & Engineering Division provides customers with services including: Project Management, Subsea Project Support, Subject Matter Experts and Client Representation for Diving/ROV/Subsea Construction. DSS Tooling Solutions provides competencies in ROV, remote intervention systems, subsea robotics, and special tooling. DSS Tooling Solutions services range from engineering and manufacturing to assembly, testing, training, operation and maintenance.