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Further, deeper, colder with SX121

Jun 07, 2013

The offshore oil and gas industry is moving further into deeper and colder waters in remote locations thanks to advancing technologies. Ulstein provides products and solutions in support of safer, smarter and greener operations.  The OCV/subsea vessel design SX121…

Marin Teknikk designs DSCV for Kreuz

Jun 07, 2013

Marin Teknikk AS has entered into a contract with China Merchants Heavy Industry (Shenzhen) Co. Ltd., for the design & engineering delivery of a large diving & construction vessel (DCSV) to Kreuz Subsea Marine Pte Ltd. in Singapore. The vessel will be a MT6024 DSCV design with an 18-man…

HHI taps Wartsila for vessel design

Jun 06, 2013

South Korea's Hyundai Heavy Industries awarded Finland's Wärtsilä a design contract for Subsea 7's new large heavy construction vessel (HCV). Wärtsilä will employ its VS 4285 HCV design for the newbuild, which the company says is capable of operating in deep…

GE tapped for supply vessel propulsion

Jun 04, 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…

DNV focuses on shipping safety

Jun 03, 2013

DNV Maritime Oil and Gas is increasing its focus on ship safety when identifying critical issues in shipping. An extended focus on risk-based rules, safety barriers and identifying high-risk areas are ways the company plans enhance safer shipping…

Bodies recovered after Jascon-4 capsizes

Jun 03, 2013

Ten bodies have been recovered during a rescue operation off the coast of Nigeria after a tugboat contracted by Chevron sank on May 26, 2013. According to Chevron, the Jascon-4 capsized and sank while supporting a tanker loading at SBM 3…

Keppel delivers Super A Class to Discovery

Jun 03, 2013

Keppel FELS has delivered its first KFELS Super A Class jackup rig to Discovery Offshore for use in the North Sea.  Named Discovery Triumph, the first KFELS Super A Class jackup was delivered 46 days ahead of schedule and with a perfect safety record…

SeaBird vessel updates

May 31, 2013

SeaBird Exploration PLC was awarded a US $16 million contract for its 2D Osprey Explorer vessel in the South America region. The client has not been named.  In addition, the Hawk Explorer has moved to Uruguay and started a 4000 km survey for Spectrum…

Atwood Eagle wins work off Australia

May 30, 2013

Atwood Oceanics, Inc. through one of its subsidiaries, has won a drilling services contract for the semisubmersible rig Atwood Eagle. This contract is for a term of 24 months and will be performed offshore Australia at a day rate of approximately $460…

ABB to power pipelay vessel

May 30, 2013

ABB has been picked to supply the power and propulsion systems for a new deepwater pipelay vessel. The vessel, tentatively named Derrick Lay Vessel 2000 (DLV2000), will be constructed at Keppel Singmarine in Singapore and delivered in 2015 to Hydro Marine Services…

Largest Craig Group ship launches

May 30, 2013

Craig Group has launched its latest platform supply vessel (PSV), the Grampian Sceptre, from the Balenciaga Shipyard in Northern Spain. Along with its sister vessel, the Grampian Sovereign, it is the largest built by Craig Group. Both…

Teekay providing Gina Krog FSO

May 30, 2013

Teekay Offshore Partners is to provide a floating storage and offloading tanker to Statoil for use on the Gina Krog field in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea. The vessel will be a new unit, to be converted from the 1995-built shuttle tanker…

First of new Vroon fleet launches

May 30, 2013

Vroon Offshore has announced the launch in China of the VOS Fabulous - the first of 10 new vessels being added to its fleet.  The VOS Fabulous is a 50m ERRV (emergency response and rescue vessel) and has been built at Nanjing East Star Shipyard…

Gryphon Alpha resumes production

May 29, 2013

Just under two and a half years after coming off station in a storm, Maersk Oil's Gryphon Alpha FPSO has been brought back on production. The vessel, stationed about 280km north east of Aberdeen in the North Sea, has undergone a major overhaul in dry dock…

The modern liftboat could be a jackup

May 23, 2013

Liftboats started as a concept in South Louisiana with the first-known liftboats conceived in Braithwaite. The technology was developed locally and has continued to improve. A liftboat is a self elevating, self-propelled vessel equipped with…

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