About DOF ASA

Setting the standards for over 35 years.
 

Founded in 1981, DOF is an international group of companies which owns and operates a modern fleet of supply and subsea vessels combining with a strong engineering capacity to service the offshore energy market. We work with a strong group of leading international clients in the global oil and gas industry.

DOF ASA is the holding company for DOF Subsea AS, Norskan Offshore Ltda and DOF Management AS.
 

Our fleet comprises nearly 70 vessels, including new-builds and ships operated by subsidiaries.

More about DOF ASA

Ever since our beginning in Austevoll in 1981, when DOF was founded with three employees and one vessel to provide platform supply vessel services to the domestic offshore market, DOF has continued a proud tradition of delivering safe and quality services to our customers. As of January 1st 2017, DOF has a global workforce of more than 4,000 employees and by April 2017 a fleet comprising 68* vessels.

The Group operates in three segments of the offshore services market, strategically defined by activities and vessel types: PSV (Platform Supply Vessels), AHTS (Anchor Handling Tug Supply vessels) and Subsea (Subsea vessels and Subsea engineering services).

DOF is positioned as a solid player in the industry with our investment in a state-of-the-art fleet, combined with a strong safety culture and a flexible business model. Leveraging the long-term charter business with the subsea project business, DOF has the flexibility to maximise their market position in each region of operation. During the last decade the company has invested in key regions such as the Atlantic, South America, North America and Asia Pacific.

No matter where DOF operates in the world, safety is held as the highest priority. DOF strives to be the leader in the fields of health, safety, environment and quality (HSEQ) and systematically promotes these areas in the execution of all activities and operations.

* The total of 68 vessels includes two vessels owned less than 50%, three new buildings of which two are 50% owned via joint venture and one vessel owned 45%. In addition two managed and operated with purchase option and one hired-in from external owner.