North Star Announce £63million BP Contract

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Monday, April 15, 2013
Grampian Talisker. Photo: North Star

North Star Shipping, a division of the family-owned global shipping and energy services firm The Craig Group, entered a £63million contract with BP.

The multi-service contract is for five years with a possible extension of five years and includes tanker assist, platform supply and emergency and response rescue vessels, all supporting BP’s operations in the North Sea.

Four vessels, with a possible fifth to be added are being contracted – the Grampian Talisker, Grampian Frontier, Grampian Conquest and Grampian Dee.

The Craig Group fleet, operated by North Star, now stands at 35 vessels in service.

www.northstarshipping.com

 

  • Grampian Dee. Photo: North Star

    Grampian Dee. Photo: North Star

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