Keppel Corp Wins Deals Worth $80m

Wednesday, June 07, 2006
It has been reported that Keppel Corp has won two contracts worth a total of $80m. The contracts are for the conversion of a tanker to a floating production storage offloading or FPSO facility and the repair of another FPSO vessel. The tanker conversion is the eighth such job that Keppel is executing for Single Buoy Moorings in six years. It is expected to be completed in the third quarter of next year. The deal to repair the FPSO vessel was awarded by Petro-Canada (East Coast). The tanker conversion will be carried out by Keppel Shipyard while the FPSO repair will be handled by sister company Keppel Verolme in Rotterdam. - CNA/ch Source: Channel NewsAsia
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