Category archives for: Vessels

Costa Concordia Gets Ready for Departure

Costa Concordia Gets Ready for Departure

Work is in progress to complete the last operations before the departure of the Concordia from Giglio Island, planned for tomorrow, Wednesday July 23rd. At present, the Concordia has a draft of approximately 18 meters, and technicians have to lower the last starboard sponson (S14). Welding is also in progress to position the bollards needed […]

SPT Offshore, VSF to Build Test Frame for ‘Pieter Schelte’

SPT Offshore, VSF to Build Test Frame for ‘Pieter Schelte’

For the testing of the lift systems for the giant and world’s largest decommissioning vessel ‘Pieter Schelte’ (measuring 382m long by 124m wide and suited for lifting of structures weighing up to 48,000 tons), Allseas has awarded the fabrication of a Test Frame to the project joint venture of SPT Offshore and Volker Staal en […]

Costa Concordia Refloating Nears Completion

Costa Concordia Refloating Nears Completion

Technicians are at work to complete Costa Concordia refloating. During the night, despite the strong winds, the wreck has emerged of about 11 meters; there are therefore 3 more meters to reach the required draft. Starboard sponson S4 is almost in position. Work is in progress to lower sponsons S5 and S14. Press Release, July […]

Kleven to Construct MPSV for Malaysian Based IES Pioneer

Kleven to Construct MPSV for Malaysian Based IES Pioneer

Kleven has signed a new shipbuilding contract with Malaysian based Joint Venture Company IES Pioneer Ltd. The contract for the new vessel is of the MT 6015 MPSV design, designed by Norwegian design company MarinTeknikk, and will be outfitted with a crane, helideck and FiFi II. Delivery will be September 2015. “At Kleven we are […]

N’Goma FPSO Ready to Sail Away

N’Goma FPSO Ready to Sail Away

The N’Goma FPSO is ready to sail away  to the offshore site block 15/06 in Angola, following the naming ceremony held yesterday at Port Amboim. It will then commence mooring and hook-up operations. Eni and its partners have met a key milestone towards the achievement of the first oil of West Hub Development Project, scheduled […]

POSH MOGAMI Barge Sinks Offshore Batam

POSH MOGAMI Barge Sinks Offshore Batam

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) received a report that a Singapore-registered barge POSH MOGAMI sank 2 nautical miles northeast of Sekupang, Batam, on Friday (18 July) night. There were nine persons on board the barge when the incident happened. It was reported that the semi-submersible barge was carrying out submerging trials at […]

Seamec Gets LoI for Air Diving Work for ONGC

Seamec Gets LoI for Air Diving Work for ONGC

Seamec Limited, India’s leading provider of diving support vessel based diving services, has been awarded Letter of Intent (LOI) by Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC) for deployment of SEAMEC I vessel. The contract is for undertaking Air Diving job for a period of 5 years. SEAMEC I  is required to be mobilized within […]

Divers Working on Costa Concordia Cable Connection

Divers Working on Costa Concordia Cable Connection

Despite the strong winds have caused an interruption of operations during the night, divers are working to connect the last chains and cables on Costa Concordia. At the moment, there are still 2 chains and 4 cables to be connected to 3 of the starboard sponsons (S4, S5, S18). The chain related to starboard sponson […]

Harkand Awarded North Sea Work from Nexen

Harkand Awarded North Sea Work from Nexen

HARKAND, a leading global name in subsea inspection, repair and maintenance and light construction, has been awarded Nexen Petroleum UK Ltd’s 2014 ROVSV inspection services work along with a longer term frame agreement. The contract marks the first piece of work Harkand has undertaken for the operator. The inspection scope covers the Buzzard, Scott, Telford, […]

Croatia: Viktor Lenac Needs More Workers for ‘Cable Enterprise’ Conversion

Croatia: Viktor Lenac Needs More Workers for ‘Cable Enterprise’ Conversion

Croatian shipyard Viktor Lenac announced its plans to expand workforce by hiring workers from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro to conduct the modification work on the cable laying vessel “Cable Enterprise”. Viktor Lenac secured the EUR 20 million worth contract from Prysmian Group to convert “Cable Enterprise” from a moored cable laying barge into a […]







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