Regional director James Christie said this was a significant move for the company which hopes to have a greater presence in the Asia Pacific.
"Winning the work and then mobilising so soon after taking control of the vessel is a major achievement for the team and demonstrates there is a real demand for our world-class services, assets and capabilities in the region," he said.
"We are firmly committed to the expansion of our business in the Asia Pacific region and we're making sure that this project will be the first of many as we look to strengthen our market leading position as a fully-integrated and responsive Life-of-Field partner."
The charter agreement was for the MMA Pinnacle, an 87m long DP2 Light Construction Vessel which will be mobilized from Singapore to undertake the IRM contract for 30 days.
Pinnacle is fitted with a 150 tonne Macgregor Active Heave Compensated crane, a helideck, 1000 sqm of deck space, two ROV systems designed to service deep water projects and the ability to accommodate 100 people.