GE tapped for propulsion

July 11, 2013

GE’s Power Conversion business was awarded a contract by the Eastern Shipbuilding Group in Panama City, Fl. The contract entails GE supplying integrated diesel-electric power, propulsion and vessel control systems for two multipurpose supply vessels (MPSVs) with installed horsepower of 12,070 BHP (9,000 kW). Eastern will build the MPSVs for Hornbeck Offshore Services of Covington, La. The new contract is for the first of two multipurpose support vessels for the company. The systems include DO2, power management, alarm and monitoring, vessel control and an integrated bridge system.



Current News

Russian Antarctic Vessel Docks in South Africa as Green Groups Protest

Russian Antarctic Vessel Docks in South Africa as Green Groups Protest

Eni Pens $8B Libya Offshore Gas Deal

Eni Pens $8B Libya Offshore Gas Deal

TotalEnergies, Partners to Start Drilling Offshore Lebanon in Q3 2022

TotalEnergies, Partners to Start Drilling Offshore Lebanon in Q3 2022

New Petrobras CEO Says to Drive Energy Shift while Expanding Oil and Gas

New Petrobras CEO Says to Drive Energy Shift while Expanding Oil and Gas

Subscribe for OE Digital E‑News

Offshore Engineer Magazine