Offshore Support Journal
Innovative walk-to-work vessel starts work
Innovative walk-to-work vessel starts work
Offshore Support Journal April 2015
Kroonborg was named at the port of Delfzijl in The Netherlands and is due to start work shortly helping to maintain manned and unmanned platforms and gas productions wells in the southern North Sea. ...
Resource sharing could make Arctic operations safer
Resource sharing could make Arctic operations safer
Offshore Support Journal April 2015
With the oil price where it is at the moment new exploration and production (E&P) activity in the Arctic isn’t at the top of the oil major’s ‘to do’ list, but when the oil ...
Activity survey paints bleak picture of North Sea
Activity survey paints bleak picture of North Sea
Offshore Support Journal April 2015
Oil & Gas UK’s new report on offshore exploration, investment and production provides “striking evidence” of how rising costs, taxes and inadequate regulation have taken their ...
Work gets underway on new berth at Cromarty Firth
Work gets underway on new berth at Cromarty Firth
Offshore Support Journal April 2015
The latest stage of work in the next phase of a multimillion pound development to enhance facilities at the Port of Cromarty Firth is underway and has been described as a “solid example of the ...
Tullow turns to DeepOcean for Ghanaian project
Tullow turns to DeepOcean for Ghanaian project
Offshore Support Journal April 2015
DeepOcean Ghana Ltd, a Ghanaian company with a 51 per cent Ghanaian-owned share structure, has been awarded a contract to provide a multipurpose construction vessel to Tullow Ghana Ltd. The work for ...
Offshore marine companies advised to keep close  watch on costs
Offshore marine companies advised to keep close watch on costs
Offshore Support Journal April 2015
Accountant and shipping adviser Moore Stephens says companies in the offshore maritime sector need to keep a close watch on costs and manage their exposure to risk in the wake of the dramatic fall in ...
Maersk opts for ARF for newbuilds
Maersk opts for ARF for newbuilds
Offshore Support Journal April 2015
Maersk Supply Service has exercised an option to add Rolls-Royce’s new anchor recovery frames (ARFs) to a contract awarded in December 2014 for deck machinery for six high end anchor handlers ...
Blue Queen delivered
Blue Queen delivered
Offshore Support Journal April 2015
On 24 February, Blue Queen, a PX121 design platform supply vessel (PSV) was delivered to Blue Ship Invest by Ulstein Verft. The vessel is the first of two for which Norway-based Golden Energy ...
Ceona installs cranes and VLS on newbuild
Ceona installs cranes and VLS on newbuild
Offshore Support Journal April 2015
Subsea umbilicals, risers and flowlines (Surf) contractor Ceona recently completed installation of a vertical lay system (VLS) and twin 400-tonne cranes on its deepwater field development vessel ...
Global 1200 upgraded  at Damen
Global 1200 upgraded at Damen
Offshore Support Journal April 2015
After successfully undertaking work on Seaway Heavy Lifting’s heavy-lift vessel Stanislav Yudin, Damen Shiprepair Rotterdam (DSR) has secured a contract from Technip for the drydocking, upgrade ...
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