More Keppel FELS Jackup Rigs for Mexico
Keppel FELS Limited , a wholly owned subsidiary of Keppel Offshore & Marine Ltd (Keppel O&M), is on track to deliver three KFELS B Class jackup rigs to Mexican company, Grupo R, safely, on time and on budget. A world's first triple rig naming ceremony was held today at Keppel FELS' yard with Mr Chan Chun Sing, Singapore's Minister in Prime Minister's Office and Secretary-General of the National Trades Union Congress as the Guest of Honour.
HAROPA, an Official Partner for Vinexpo 2015
From 14 to 18 June, HAROPA, world top port for wine and spirits, will be an official partner for Vinexpo 2015, a major and inescapable event in the wine and spirit sector. For its first participation in Vinexpo, HAROPA - the alliance of the ports of Paris, Rouen and Le Havre - will be present at the heart of the new “expert exclusive” zone dedicated to the logistics of wine, beside three partners: customs, Soget and Hillebrand, the world leading forwarder for wine and spirits.
NewLead Holdings' CFO Quits
NewLead Holdings Ltd. announced yesterday that Antonios Bertsos has resigned as Chief Financial Officer of the Company in order to pursue other career opportunities.
Fourth Vessel Joins Topaz Energy ERRV Fleet
Topaz Energy and Marine, a leading offshore support vessel company, has bolstered its Emergency Response and Recovery Vessel (ERRV) fleet with the addition of a new vessel, Topaz Responder. The newly-built, state-of-the-art Topaz Responder will primarily provide safety support to offshore installations but is versatile enough to also provide general offshore support services. Constructed to the highest standards…
Mexico Lifts Bidding Limits for First Batch of Oil Tenders
Mexico's oil regulator voted on Friday to relax rules on bidding terms and contracts that form the first step in a historic sector opening that kicks off this summer with the public auction of 14 shallow water fields. The July auction will mark the first of five packages of oil fields up for grabs, part of a so-called Round One tender that follows a major energy reform approved by Congress last year.
Myanmar Lands Seized Migrant Boat on Island
A boat packed with more than 700 "boat people" seized off Myanmar's coast was stopped on a small island on Saturday, as officials gave mixed signals about its final destination. Myanmar's navy discovered the boat with 727 migrants off the country's southern coast on Friday, but have since been tight-lipped on the identity of those on board, as well as their fate. Myo Win, the township administrator of Hainggyi Island…