Polarcus extends backlog with Letter of Award from TGS
9 Jan 2014
Polarcus Limited (“Polarcus” or the “Company”) (OSE: PLCS) announces that the Company has signed a Letter of Award (“LOA”) with TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company ASA (“TGS”) for the charter of the 12 streamer 3D seismic vessel POLARCUS NAILA. The charter, of 6 months duration and subject to the execution of a service contract, will commence in April 2014 immediately upon completion of the previously announced yard stay to upgrade the vessel’s propulsion.
Subsequent to the above LOA the Company’s booked capacity for the first three quarters of 2014, inclusive of the bareboat charter of Vyacheslav Tikhonov to SCF, currently stands at:
The above booked capacity for Q1 2014 accounts for the aforementioned yard stay of POLARCUS NAILA.
Rolf Rønningen, CEO Polarcus, +971 4 436 0800 / +971 50 459 6982
Tom Henrik Sundby, CFO Polarcus, +971 4 436 0800 / +971 50 708 6480
Polarcus (OSE: PLCS) is a pure play marine geophysical company with a pioneering environmental agenda, specializing in high-end towed streamer data acquisition from Pole to Pole. Polarcus operates a fleet of high performance 3D seismic vessels incorporating an innovative design and advanced maritime technologies for improved safety and efficiency. Polarcus offers contract seismic surveys and multi-client projects worldwide and employs over 500 professionals. The Company’s principal office is in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. For more information, visit www.polarcus.com
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