Maersk Supply Service will operate its Maersk Nomad Subsea Support Vessel (SSV) with two ROVs on board to support drill ships in Guyana.

ExxonMobil has six ultra-deepwater drillships currently ioerating offshore Guyana in the Stabroek Block, which will now be looked after for at least a year by Maersk Supply Service’s Maersk Nomad.

Maersk Nomad, the subsea support vessel

Maersk Nomad, the subsea support vessel contracted for a year to work on ExxonMobil’s offshore Guyana drillships

Designed for work including subsea infrastructure deployment and recovery, inspection, maintenance and repair and well intervention work, Maersk Nomad has a 200-tonne full AHC crane, covered ROV garage for two WROVs and a helideck.

“This is a great milestone for Maersk Supply Service, as we expand our operations and offering in Latin America,” said Rafael Thome, managing director for the company in Brazil and Latin America.