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Sembcorp Wins US$236-Million Jack-up Rig Contract

May 22, 2014

Image courtesy of Friede & Goldman

Image courtesy of Friede & Goldman

Singapore's Sembcorp Marine says that its subsidiary Jurong Shipyard has secured a US$236 million (about S$296 million) contract to build a high specification, tailor-made jack-up rig for new customer Hercules North Sea Ltd.

Scheduled for delivery in the second quarter of 2016, the jack-up rig will be built based on the Friede & Goldman JU 2000E design which has enhanced features suitable for UK operations. 

The new rig is designed to operate in waters of 400 feet and drill to depths of 30,000 feet. Itwill be equipped with 2,000,000 lbs drilling capacity, 6,000 barrels mud capacity, 28,000 kips preload capacity for the legs and 150-man accommodation capacity. Upon delivery, it will be chartered out to Maersk Oil and Gas for deployment in the UK sector of the North Sea.

Mr. John T. Rynd, Chief Executive Officer and President of Hercules Offshore (HERO), said: “We are pleased to partner with Jurong Shipyard as we believe in Jurong Shipyard’s strong track record in delivering quality rigs customised for our clients. We look forward to our new friendship with Jurong Shipyard and a robust future partnership.”

Sembcorp add that this latest contract brings its total new orders secured in 2014 to-date to S$1.93 billion. Including this new contract, the Group’s net order book stands at S$13.2 billion, with deliveries extending into 2019.
 



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