Caspian Services Finalizes Multi-Vessel Contracts

Tuesday, November 01, 2005
Caspian Services, Inc., announced final execution of its multi-vessel contracts with Saipem S.p.A. Saipem has chartered five vessels from Caspian Services, Inc., subsidiary Caspian Services Group, Ltd., for a minimum of two years to support Saipem's pipeline projects in the giant Kashagan field under development in the Kazakhstan sector of the north Caspian Sea. The contracts call for Caspian Services Group, and its Dutch shipping partner, Rederij Waterweg, b.v., to provide Saipem with two new Multicat work boats, two anchor handling tugs and an existing survey vessel. The vessels will be placed into active operations in the spring of 2006. Mr. Laird Garrard, President of Caspian Services, Inc., said, "these contracts represent a significant expansion of our vessel fleet operations and will greatly enhance the range of marine services we can offer clients in this developing region in the future."

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