Valuable Shipbuilding & Repair Contracts Won by ST Engineering

Thursday, September 06, 2012

Singapore Technologies Engineering’s Marine Sector wins S$179-million worth of shipbuilding and repair contracts.

The contracts include a contract to build two additional Offshore Support Vessels (OSVs) as well as a series of repair and upgrading projects.


Shipbuilding
Hornbeck Offshore Services, LLC (Hornbeck) has exercised the options for two additional OSVs valued at about S$111m (US$89m), to be built by the marine sector’s US shipyard, VT Halter Marine. These two new vessels are expected to be delivered in the fourth quarter of 2014 and first quarter of 2015.


Based on VT Halter Marine’s Super 320 design developed for Hornbeck, the DP2 OSVs are designed to have approximately 20,800 bbl of liquid mud carrying capability, 1,136sqm of deck area and a fire-fighting class notation. All the OSVs will be constructed in VT Halter Marine’s yards at Moss Point Marine and Halter Moss Point in Mississippi.

Ship repairs and upgrading
ST Marine has secured a series of contracts not involving Hornbeck in the last two months worth about S$68m, on track with its focus to support the burgeoning oil and gas exploration activities. These include repairs and upgrades to various types of OSVs such as drillship, dredgers as well as a rig. The last of these projects are expected to be completed by the first quarter of 2013.





 

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