Odfjell Drilling has taken supply of Deepsea Nordkapp from Samsung Heavy Industries in Korea.
Deepsea Nordkapp is the newest addition to Odfjell Drilling’s fleet of harsh atmosphere drilling items. The semi-submersible is an enhanced Moss Maritime CS-60 design, winterized and purposely constructed for harsh atmosphere areas. The unit will meet Odfjell Drilling’s necessities for delivering extremely environment friendly operations.
Deepsea Nordkapp will now begin on its voyage to the Norwegian Continental Shelf for its 2+2 12 months contract with AkerBP. Commencement of drilling operations is predicted to happen in Q2 2019.
“We are more than happy to take supply of Deepsea Nordkapp and we sit up for begin operations for AkerBP later this 12 months. Deepsea Nordkapp is a vital contribution to the Alliance with AkerBP and we’re nicely ready to make sure protected and environment friendly operations, says Simen Lieungh, CEO of Odfjell Drilling AS.”
At the top of April, Odfjell Drilling bought Deepsea Nordkapp, previously Stena Mixmax, for $ 505 million
The Moss CS-series of semi-submersible catamaran platforms has established itself during the last 20 years as probably the most profitable and widely-used platform designs.
Their success is predicated on their design to satisfy a big number of necessities. The structural structure of the decrease hull permits various configurations of the deck preparations and installations. They are the excessive finish platforms used for operations in areas that are tough to succeed in, and the provides and tools must be onboard for an extended time frame.
(Source: Odfjell Drilling – Stena Mixmax underneath development)
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