Sigma Offshore Exhibiting at FPSO Event in Singapore

Press Release
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Alistair Dornan, President and Chief Executive Officer of Sigma Offshore, next to a scale model of the company’s SMS innovation (Photo: Sigma Offshore).

Sigma Offshore, the international FPSO moorings and marine engineering services business, will be exhibiting at Asia’s 3rd Annual FPSO Summit in Singapore.

The event at the Raffles Convention Centre on April 24 and 25 is part of Singapore Maritime Week. As well as exhibiting, Aberdeen-headquartered Sigma Offshore is one of the sponsors of the event for industry leaders and decision makers.

The conference features speakers, FPSO and field owner case studies, design and technology updates and networking opportunities.

“The event offers us the opportunity to highlight Sigma’s capabilities in the external and internal moorings sector, as well as our marine engineering expertise,” said Alistair Dornan, President and Chief Executive Officer of Sigma Offshore.

The company has developed the Smart Mooring System (SMS) concept, which comes in both a bow-mounted turret design, which allows unlimited weathervaning, in addition to the SMS Internal, which is designed to facilitate large FPSO developments for the most severe weather conditions.

 

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