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SVS Offshore is a company which was formed to meet the unique requirements and challenges of the offshore oil and gas sector in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Richard is one of our longest-serving crew members. Schooled in Kenya before graduating from the Dar es Salaam Maritime Institute, Tanzania, he joined the SVS group in 2011 and has enjoyed steady advancement and progression to Chief Engineer through our career transition training scheme. He has gained valuable experience across a wide range of vessel types and classes, successfully completing ...
As expected, we are proud to report that SVS Offshore has now secured significant charter contracts for all of our vessels and has achieved our target of 100% fleet utilisation within the first Quarter of 2019. Our fleet of Damen 3307 Fast Crew Supply craft are all working on major offshore Exploration and Production (E&P) projects for the Oil and Gas industry, fulfilling a variety of roles and leading the way with regards to reliability and safety.
2019 has seen a most encouraging start for SVS Offshore, with two of our largest clients confirming and extending charter options for a total of 6 years. (2 x vessels for 18 months and a third vessel for 3 years firm). These contracts, along with our other current projects, mean that we start the year ...
After several years of falling activity and expenditure by the oil and gas Industry, with corresponding pressures and difficulties for the Offshore Support and Marine sectors, key research and analysis now predicts a period of optimism and growth for the industry. In an extract of a survey published online by Offshore Energy Today, 70 percent of senior industry professionals interviewed expected to increase or maintain capital expenditure in 2019.
December 2018 will see our fleet of Damen 3307 Axebow vessels pass another significant milestone. As the year comes to a close, our 5 x vessels and their crews will have amassed a total of just over 7,000 days of successful operational charters in West Africa.
It is now three months since the establishment of SVS Offshore as an independent company, following the restructuring of the wider SVS Group of Companies at the end of June. That reorganisation saw SVS Offshore assume responsibility for the technical management and operation of our 5 x Damen 3307 FCS vessels based in West Africa.
Early September saw another period of high activity and a swift turnaround for SVS Guardsman. Following an extremely successful project off Ghana, the vessel underwent a short period of maintenance and reconfiguration in Lome, Togo, before sailing to join her next charter in support of a major seismic acquisition project off Namibia.
This summer has already been a busy time for SVS Offshore, as the management team have worked hard to complete the restructuring of the business and the establishment of the new operational organization.
One important part of that process has been the selection and and implementation of an Enterprise Resource Package (ERP) to give us fully integrated sight and control over our purchasing, inventory management, finance and budget functions.
We are delighted to announce that after much hard work by ourselves and our partners Synergy, based in South Africa, we have now completed the installation and trial period.
All departments went live with the newly installed Sage X3 system on 1st July.
In July 2018, on short notice due to the non-compliance of a competitor’s vessel, the SVS Guardsman was mobilised to Tema, Ghana from Lome, Togo having changed out several crew members from the recent project in the Ivory Coast in order to comply with Ghanaian cabotage requirement for indigenous manning.
Following on from the completion of successful chase duties in support of one of the world's largest and most technologically advanced seismic data acquisition vessels in Ghana the SVS Guardsman was specifically requested by Charterers to follow their Seismic Survey Vessel to the Ivory Coast in support of a seismic survey for an international oil major.
Since its formation in 2010, Specialised Vessel Services Ltd has developed a reputation for service excellence in the provision of vessel ownership, operation and management in support of the offshore oil and gas exploration, production and service support sectors.
Initial growth in East Africa quickly led to expansion further ...
We have a variety of charter and operating arrangements in place and have the flexibility to deliver a range of solutions in order to meet client needs. We provide support to a variety of market sectors.
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