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Transocean delays two ultra-deepwater drillships

Transocean, the world’s largest offshore driller, has delayed delivery of two new ultra-deepwater drillships at Jurong Shipyard. In May, Transocean announced that it had amended its construction contracts with Keppel FELS to delay delivery of five new jackups. 14 more words

3.2 Drilling Rigs

SembMarine in Heerema crane giant win

SembCorp Marine through Jurong Shipyard signed signed an LOI to construct a huge new semi-submersible crane vessel (SSCV) with 20,000-tonne lifting capacity for Dutch contractor Heerema Offshore Services.

via Upstreamonline


Drillship designs are in for Anadarko newbuild

The shipyards that submitted proposals to the rig owners include SHI, DSME, HHI, and Jurong Shipyard of Singapore. However, a dry appraisal well has cast doubt on whether the tender will proceed.

via Upstreamonline.com

3.2 Drilling Rigs

Sinopacific set to sign for Yamal module work

Sinopacific is expecting to finalise soon a $400m module fabrication contract for work on the Yamal LNG development in Siberia, Russia. Sinopacific will provide the first batch of modules for Package A and Package B of Package Four, each weighing up to 50,000 tonnes. 18 more words


Jurong Shipyard secures Libra FPSO conversion project

Jurong Shipyard has secured a $696m contract to convert a shuttle tanker into an FPSO vessel for Odebrecht-Teekay JV’s Libra project offshore Brazil.

via Maritime Executive

3.1 FLNG / FPSO / MOPU / Floaters

Jurong Shipyard signs agreement to buy SSP Offshore

Jurong Shipyard has signed a sales and purchase agreement to acquire engineering firm SSP Offshore for $21m. The key assets of SSP Offshore include its flagship SSP Floater technology, a circular hull form which could be used for deepwater drilling, FPSO, FDPSO, FLNG, well test, early production and logistic hub applications, as well as customized for region-specific operating requirements, harsh environments, and arctic conditions.

via PennEnergy

6. Corporate

Odebrecht and Teekay line up shuttle tanker as FPSO

Teekay intends to use one of its oldest shuttle tankers Navion Norvegia for conversion into the hull of Libra EWT FPSO at Jurong Shipyard. The monohull ship has a deadweight of 130,000 tonnes and was built in 1995.

via Upstreamonline

3.1 FLNG / FPSO / MOPU / Floaters