Neptune Awarded Offshore Contract to Perform an IRM scope in the Blacktip Field south west of Darwin

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Neptune is pleased to announce it has been awarded a contract from eni to perform an IRM scope in the Blacktip field south west of Darwin. Neptune will utilise the ‘Crest Odyssey 2’, a saturation dive support vessel that we currently have operating on the North West Shelf, to perform this work which includes saturation diving, air diving and ROV works. The contract is expected to deliver revenue of up to AU$6.0 million and the project is due to commence in March 2013.

Neptune Chief Executive Officer, Robin King, said this contract is another example where Neptune can provide our clients with a total engineered solution utilising a number of our related services. “We are very pleased to have been awarded this contract from eni, who is a significant long-term cliet of Neptune”.

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