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Containental Offshore (Containental) has secured a series of container contracts with oil and gas operators across the globe – worth a combined total of more than £500,000.


The deals will see Containental provide units for use across the globe, including in South America, the Asia Pacific region and West Africa.


Among the contracts awarded is a major deal with Saipem UK to provide units for the Saipem 7000 – the world's largest semi-submersible crane vessel. Meanwhile, Dolphin Drilling has awarded Containental a contract to supply a range of baskets and containers to the Borgny Dolphin drilling rig, offshore the Falkland Islands.


Containental will also deliver tool-unit containers to both Geoservices and Integrated Subsea Services (ISS) for use in Singapore and the UK respectively, while other recently awarded projects include providing units for Halliburton and Acergy for use in Australia and West Africa.


Group Commercial Director Craig Russell said: “These latest contracts demonstrate the vast geographical spread of our work as well as the high level of demand for our expertise that exists among major operators in the oil and gas industry. The deals also mark the latest stage in our plans to expand our global company presence.


“Our continued success across the globe has also been aided by the synergies that exist between OCHL's subsidiaries. This was demonstrated by the deal that we secured with ISS to provide a tool room that will accompany an ROV cabin previously supplied by Containental's sister company, Vertec Engineering.”