HNZ Group Inc. (TSX: HNZ) (the “Corporation”), an international provider of helicopter transportation and related support services, announced today it has secured a new, multi-year contract to provide helicopter services to support ExxonMobil Canada and Encana Corporation’s activities offshore Nova Scotia, Canada.
“We are pleased to have been awarded this contract and look forward to working with each of the operators,” said Don Wall, President and CEO of HNZ Group.
The Corporation will supply two Sikorsky S-92 helicopters for a term of 3 years beginning late in the second quarter of 2017. Helicopter transportation is integral to supporting safe, day-to-day operations of the Sable Offshore Energy Project and the Deep Panuke Project, both of which are natural gas production facilities located approximately 200 kilometres from shore
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