Solstad is awarded with two contract extensions

Solstad is awarded with two contract extensions

 Equinor in Brazil has awarded the PSVs Sea Brasil and Far Scotsman new long-term contracts.
Both vessels are contracted for 2 years with commencement in Dec-2021 and Jun-2022, respectively, both in direct continuation with present contracts. The contracts also cover extensions for 2 yearly options for Sea Brasil and 1 yearly option for Far Scotsman. Both vessels will be supporting Equinor activities in Brazil.

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