Aker Kvaerner Awarded Mooring Systems Contracts

Tuesday, October 17, 2006
Aker Kvaerner has recently been awarded contracts for the delivery of advanced mooring systems with a total contract value of $29.5m. The contracts comprise deliveries both to the offshore and marine industry. The work is undertaken by the Aker Kvaerner subsidiary Aker Kvaerner Pusnes in Arendal. The awards include delivery to the two advanced Aker Drilling H6e semi-submersible rigs to be built at Aker Kvaerner Stord and to five deepwater semi-submersible rigs to be built at Jurong's shipyard in Singapore. Manufacturing of the equipment will take place in Europe and Asia. The delivery dates are scheduled from 2007 to 2009.
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