Accommodation vessels offshore are an important part of your offshore operations. They keep your invaluable, skilled crews and operators safe, warm and bedded. However, firms must also be aware of costs in the current market. So how do you negotiate these two seemingly opposing forces?
In recent years, technology has dramatically improved marine, subsea and offshore assets â€“ such as vessels, barges, platforms and rigs. With the oil industry previously reluctant to back untested technology, the focus was always on tried and tested techniques and assets. However, with the market now supplier-heavy and dependent on different strategies to stand out, more and more operators are looking to technology as the way to gain the edge over competitors. As such, this past decade has been punctuated with science and engineering advancements within the realms of exploration and production, in order to facilitate a higher capture rate of hydrocarbons. However, this just hasn't affected production; it has also affected the performance of support vessels like offshore accommodation too. Many companies are now leading the drive to create safer, more stable environments for those living offshore for months at a time in some of the most remote spots in the world. Many of these developers are now designing accommodation that is similar to that found in a luxury hotel. However, purchases or contracts of the aforementioned vessels must also be considered on a cost basis. So how do you negotiate this on a tight budget? Well, with the right offshore asset management team in your corner, these decisions can become much easier.
That's because at Attollo Offshore Ltd, we're a proven and highly competent operator of marine assets with an eye on the downward movement of the industry. We utilise modern technology to help reduce the costs associated with your assets â€“ such as accommodation vessels offshore. If you'd like to find out more, please visit http://www.attollo-offshore.com/, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 1224 959810 today.