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STX OSV to Build Two OSCVs for Siem Offshore (Norway)

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STX OSV Holdings Limited (“STX OSV”), one of the major global designers and shipbuilders of offshore and specialized vessels,  has secured new contracts for the design and construction of two Offshore Subsea Construction Vessels (“OSCV”) for Siem Offshore in Norway.

The vessels will be of STX OSV’s OSCV 11 design. The vessels will have an overall length of 121 meters, a beam of 22 meters and will be equipped with a 250t AHC crane.

Deliveries are scheduled from STX OSV Brattvaag in Norway in 3Q and 4Q 2013. The hulls of the vessels will be delivered from STX OSV Tulcea in Romania.  STX OSV also has two Platform Supply Vessels under construction in Brazil for the same customer.

Siem Offshore Inc. is an owner and operator of modern support vessels for the global oil and gas service industry. The Company has currently a fleet of 44 vessels, of which 5 are under construction. The fleet includes large Anchor Handling Tug Supply vessels, Platform Supply Vessels, and other support vessels. Siem Offshore is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange.

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India: Cochin Shipyard Delivers New AHTS to SCI

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Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL) delivered a 120T Bollard pull Anchor Handling Tug Supply Vessel (AHTS), “SCI Kundan”, to M/s Shipping Corporation of India, Mumbai (SCI). This is the Second of the series of 4 Nos of 120T Bollard pull AHTS being built by CSL for M/s Shipping Corporation of India.

The vessel is of AH03 type, designed by STX OSV, Norway (ex- Aker Yards) and is certified under dual class by the Rules and Regulations of American Bureau of Shipping & Indian Register of Shipping and is registered under Indian flag.

This 65.2 x 16.0 Meter vessel is a high end Anchor handler with a capacity of 120 T Bollard pull which is equipped with 2 Nos of 4000 KW Diesel Engines  and 2 Nos of Controlled pitch propeller in Kort Nozzles. The vessel is having Grade I Dynamic Positioning feature along with compliance to ERRV class ‘C’ and also having capability of Fire Fighting class I.

The vessel is built to accommodate 29 persons with all the capabilities of a Platform Supply Vessel in addition to the Anchor Handling facility. These vessels are used as support platforms to Rigs/Oil platforms. The shipyard is presently constructing another 4 nos of offshore vessels for M/s Shipping Corporation of India which are all in advanced stages of construction.

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STX OSV Adds to their Backlog, DOF ASA Sends Newbuild Order for Subsea Construction Vessel

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In their second contract announcement so far today, Norway-based STX OSV adds to their offshore vessel newbuild orderbook with a NOK 650 million contract for the design and construction of an Offshore Subsea Construction Vessel (“OSCV”) for Norway-based offshore vessel owner, DOF ASA.

The vessel is of OSCV 11 design, developed by STX OSV in Ålesund, Norway. It will be designed with the new innovative moon pool concept from STX OSV.

STX OSV Design has together with Marintek and DOF Management just completed an extensive research program supported by the Norwegian Research Council, focusing on safe design and operation of moon pools. The results of the three years’ R&D program have been incorporated into the new moon pool design for the OSCV.  Compared to vessels with conventional moon pool design, the vessel can operate in a wider range of weather conditions in a safer manner for the vessel’s crew and equipment.

The overall length of the vessel will be approximately 121 meters with a beam of 22 meters. It will be equipped with one 250 ton offshore crane and two ROV systems. The vessel will have accommodation for 100 persons.

Delivery is scheduled from STX OSV Søviknes in Norway in 2Q 2013. The hull of the vessel will be delivered from STX OSV Tulcea in Romania.

DOF was founded in 1981 and is today an international group of companies which owns and operates a modern fleet of offshore / subsea vessels. The DOF group’s diversified fleet consists of innovative vessels specialized for different operational purposes; Platform Supply Vessels (PSV), Anchor Handling Tug Supply Vessels (AHTS) and Construction Support /Subsea ROV Vessels (CSV).

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Cyprus: Deep Sea Supply Provides October Fleet Status Update

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In October 2011 Deep Sea Supply`s AHTS fleet (all 12 AHTS Vessels) had an average gross income of approx. USD 19,600 per ship per day compared to USD 15,800 in September.

The PSV fleet (all 8 PSVs) had an average gross income of approx. USD 20,000 per ship per day compared to USD 20,200 in September.

The AHTS Sea Tiger has been approx 50% off hire in October due to scheduled maintenance program.

Sea Vixen, which was delivered from the yard in October, is not included in the figures.

Deep Sea Supply ship owner and operator of a substantial number of Anchor Handling Tug Supply vessels (AHTS vessels) and Platform Supply Vessel (PSV) with extensive newbuild program.

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