China Offshore Giant Orders Four Havyard Design OSV's

Press Release
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Havyard 832 Design OSV's: Image credit Havyard

China Oilfield Services Limited (COSL) choose Havyard 832 design for renewal supply vessel fleet, & order Havyard designs for 4 new vessels.

COSL has the largest fleet of oil rigs and offshore vessels in China owning 34 drill rigs, 2 accommodation rigs, 4 module rigs and 8 land-based drill rigs as well as 75 supply vessels, 8 seismic vessels and 5 standby vessels.

Havyard won this international tender in tough competition and they were chosen following an in-depth technical and commercial evaluation process made by COSL.

Mao Liling, General Manager of Havyard China in Shanghai, is delighted with COSL choosing Havyard in such a demanding market.
"It really is a great honour for Havyard to be chosen as a supplier of ship designs to COSL`s 6000 HP fleet of supply vessels, and we are confident that the Havyard 832 design will meet their expectations. COSL is the leading supplier of services to the Chinese offshore oil industry and winning this design order for their fleet renewal programme, is a prestigious achievement," says Mao Liling.

COSL operates in all areas within exploration and production of oil and gas. The corporation has four business areas; seismology, drill technology, well services and supply- and transport services. Besides their business activities in China, COSL also operates in North- and South America, the Middle East, Africa, Europe, South-East Asia and in Australia.

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