Dolphin Offshore Enterprises India Ltd said it has received two orders worth $16m for its diving support vessels. One of the contracts worth $10m is to be executed within 3 months while the other from Punj Lloyd Ltd has a 2-month duration. Source: Reuters
Singapore-based ship repairer Keppel Hitachi Zosen Ltd said on Monday it won a contract worth about $161 million to build four cable-laying and repair vessels for TyCom Ltd. The company said in a statement that each of the 7,800 dwt ships would be used for installation and maintenance of the Tycom Global Network, a worldwide undersea fiber optic system being deployed by TyCom. Keppel Hitachi had already been awarded an earlier contract in April for two cable-laying and repair vessels
Two oil and gas players, SapuraCrest Petroleum Bhd and Ramunia Holdings Bhd, announced major contracts related to the industry worth $120 million and $24 million respectively. SapuraCrest said its 51%-owned unit Tioman Drilling Co Sdn Bhd had been awarded a contract from Carigali-Triton Operating Co Sdn Bhd (CTOC) for the provision of two drilling units– Teknik Berkat and a new mobile drilling vessel, known as T-10 – to CTOC.
Israel Shipyards won two contracts, worth over $50 million, to build four general cargo ships for two European customers, according to a report on www.port2port.com. Israel Shipyards Ltd (ISL) has specialized in military shipbuilding. The first customer ordered two ships which will be employed by European cement manufacturers the second, a shipping company which operate some 50 vessels of similar size. The four 90 meters long vessels on order, are classified as dwt 4
According to a June 1 report from channelnewsasia.com, STX Pan Ocean said it won a shipbuilding contract worth at least $40m for a semi-submersible heavy lift carrier. (Source: Channelnewsasia.com)
Singapore shipbuilder Labroy Marine said on Wednesday it has signed two shipbuilding contracts worth $58.9m in total. Labroy, whose regular customers for offshore support vessels are in the United States, Europe and the Middle East, said the two ships are to be delivered in 2009. Source: Reuters
The MoD has awarded contracts worth US$ 548-million to UK companies to design the next generation of nuclear deterrent submarines The first Successor submarine is due to be delivered in 2028, replacing the Vanguard Class submarines which currently carry the UK’s nuclear deterrent - Trident. Although a decision on the final design and build will not be made until 2016, detailed work has to take place now to ensure that the Successor submarines will be the most technologically advanced
ASL Marine Holdings Ltd. has secured major shipbuilding contracts worth S$164 million. These contracts are for the construction of seven vessels involved in offshore oil and gas as well as port terminal operations. The seven vessels include six units of Rotor tugs secured from repeat customers in Europe as well as one unit of Heavy Lift cum Pipelay vessel secured from a customer in India. These contracts are due for delivery by 2009.
International oilfield service company Expro has been awarded a multi-million pound contract by Apache North Sea Ltd in the UK North Sea following completion of a competitive tender process. The contract, worth approximately $7.5m annually, mainly covers work on the Forties field. It sees Expro providing wireline services and establishing an alliance with another leading provider to deliver coiled tubing and pumping services for Apache.
Saab Systems signed a contract worth $87m with Tenix Marine to design and develop the Combat Management System for Australia's new Landing Helicopter Dock (LHD) amphibious class of ships. Saab and Tenix have agreed on a contract that will see Saab responsible for design, development and integration of the new ships' Combat Management System. Saab will supply the next generation 9LV Combat Management System based upon open architecture and the naval surveillance radar Sea Giraffe AMB
South Korea’s troubled shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. announced that it has been selected as the preferred bidder for a 12-oil tanker contract worth $660 million of Russia’s Sovcomflot, reports Korea Herald.
Kongsberg Maritime has been awarded Engineering, Procurement, Construction & Installation (EPCI) contracts with the Glasgow based shipbuilder and marine fabricator, Ferguson Marine Engineering Limited (FMEL). The contracts, worth more than NOK 160 Million
Kongsberg Maritime has been awarded an Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Installation (EPCI) contract with Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft (FSG), a subsidiary of Siem Group. The contract, worth more than NOK 120 Million, covers engineering and maritime technology deliveries to a RoPax
Kongsberg Maritime has been awarded offshore EPC contracts worth more than NOK 520 million from the China Merchants Heavy Industries (CMHI) covering the deliveries of to two semi-submersible heavy lift and accommodation vessels; OOS Serooskerke and OOS Walcheren
Kongsberg Maritime said it has been awarded an engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) contract worth more than NOK 120 million from Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft (FSG) for engineering and maritime technology deliveries to a RoPax ferry for Irish Continental Group
Kongsberg Maritime informs it has been awarded engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) contracts worth more than NOK 160 million with the Glasgow based shipbuilder and marine fabricator Ferguson Marine Engineering Limited (FMEL) for two new 100-meter ferries for Caledonian
Rolls-Royce has signed a contract worth about $33m with the ship building company Kleven in Norway for design and ship equipment to two new polar cruise vessels, with an option for two additional vessels. The contract between Kleven and Rolls-Royce follows the conversion of a letter of
OEM Group has secured a two-year contract worth up to £1 million with Go Marine to deliver engine support services to its fleet of vessels operating across the world for the oil and gas industry. Under the global technical support and services agreement
Keppel Offshore & Marine Ltd (Keppel O&M)'s wholly owned subsidiary Keppel Shipyard Ltd (Keppel Shipyard) has secured four contracts worth a total of about S$120 million from repeat customers. Mr Michael Chia, Managing Director (Marine & Technology) of Keppel O&M, said
Austal Limited (Austal) (ASX:ASB) has been awarded a US$11,239,032 cost-plus-fixed-fee contract modification from the U.S. Navy to provide emergent availability planning and full ship shock trials (FSST) support for tests to be conducted on Littoral Combat Ship USS JACKSON (LCS 6).
Austal Limited (Austal) (ASX:ASB) delivered the future USS Montgomery (LCS 8) to the U.S. Navy, during a ceremony held aboard the ship at Austal USA’s shipyard in Mobile, Alabama, USA on 23 June. The delivery of LCS 8 marks the fourth Independence-variant Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) Austal
The U.S. Navy has accepted delivery of future USS Montgomery (LCS 8) during a ceremony on June 23 at the Austal USA shipyard in Mobile, Ala. Marking the official transfer of Montgomery from the shipbuilder to the Navy, delivery is the final milestone prior to commissioning
The U.S. Navy’s Littoral Combat Ship USS Jackson (LCS 6) completes shock trials; Austal USA receives LCS contract modification for 'Sea Giraffe' Radar The Independence variant Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) program continues to progress, with the U.S
Petrofac is set to build on its provision of reimbursable services for Total E&P UK following the award of an enhanced three-year contract extension on the Alwyn and Dunbar platforms in the Northern North Sea. The contract, worth in the region of $100 million
Austal USA announced it has secured a $18.5 million contract to procure long-lead materials for the 12th Expeditionary Fast Transport vessel (EPF) for the U.S. Navy, including main propulsion engines, generators, water jets, main reduction gears and other long-lead time items.