CHC Ireland S-92 Wins Providence Offshore Contract
A CHC S-92 based at Cork Airport to support Providence Exploration well program some 215 kilometers off the southwest coast of Ireland
CHC, April 24, 2017 - ABERDEEN, SCOTLAND - CHC Group today announced it has signed a new contract with Providence Resources plc to provide helicopter services in support of its Exploration well program on the Druid/Drombeg prospect in Frontier Exploration Licence 2/14 of the southern Porcupine Basin, Offshore Ireland, some 215 kilometers off the southwest coast of Ireland.
The contract will see a dedicated Sikorsky S-92 flying out of Cork Airport beginning this June and will once again see CHC work in conjunction with Lloyd’s Register ("LR") as the wells project management company.
"We are delighted that Providence and LR have, once again, selected CHC as its aviation partner," said Mark Abbey, CHC Regional Director for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
"With our extensive experience transporting offshore workers in the oil and gas industry, dedication to safety, and reputation for the highest quality service, we look forward to building on our relationship with the Providence team in Ireland,"
"This is a great continuation of our relationship with both Providence and LR," added Karl Fessenden, President and CEO of CHC Helicopter.
"We look forward to supporting this operation and providing the global standards for safety, logistical support and efficiency that customers around the world expect from CHC."
About CHC: For 70 years, CHC Helicopter has provided safe, reliable, cost-effective helicopter service in some of the most remote and challenging environments around the world. With extensive experience transporting customers in the oil and gas industry, supporting search-and-rescue and EMS contracts, and providing maintenance, repair and overhaul services, our dedication to safety and reputation for quality and innovation help our customers reach beyond what they thought possible.
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