Wärtsilä to Supply for Oil Drilling Ship

Thursday, November 03, 2005
Wärtsilä will supply six engines for reportedly, the world's largest oil drilling ship. The 46 MW order, received in October, also includes ancillary equipment in addition to the engines. The vessel is being built by Samsung Heavy Industriels Co. Ltd. in Korea. Ordered by Stena Drilling Ltd, part of the Swedish Stena group, the vessel will be used for oil and gas exploration in the Norwegian and Barents Seas. Its completion is scheduled for the end of 2007.
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