Gulf of Thailand PSV Charter Fixed

Press Release
Thursday, January 03, 2013

Miclyn Express Offshore's Thai J/V has taken delivery of the PSV 'UM Supporter' from Poet Shipbuilding & Engineering.

The vessel immediately entered into a 3 year firm contract, plus two 1 year extension options, to provide coil tubing support services to a major oil and gas company’s activities in the Gulf of Thailand. This new contract is a continuation of a long standing relationship with between the two companies in this region.

The fully SPS 2008-compliant vessel has total accommodation for 50 people and 500m2 of clear deck area space. Combined with a service speed of 12kts with twin 1946kW main engines, it is also fitted with two 9 tonne bow thrusters and a telescopic boom crane. Capacity for dry bulk and bulk liquids (muds, brine, drill water, fuel, etc) with a dedicated integral tank of 150m3 for cement is also available.

Established in 1999, Uniwise Offshore, a Joint Venture of the Unithai Group, a major Thai offshore, shipyard and logistics group, and Miclyn Express Offshore (MEO), an Australian listed Singapore based leading provider of offshore service vessels covering South-East Asia, Australia and the Middle East, has grown to become Thailand’s leading indigenous offshore support vessel (OSV) company.

Uniwise Offshore owns and operates the largest crew boat fleet in the Gulf of Thailand, supporting the Kingdom’s offshore oil and gas activities with transportation of crew changes and inter-field small sized cargo.

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