Drydocks World Delivers Self Elevating Platform Built at its Indonesian Facility
Drydocks World, the well-established international player in a range of maritime services, delivered Self Elevating Platform, L210 to Curacao based Self Elevating Platforms N.V., a leading supplier of Self Elevating Platforms for both the energy markets including gas, oil, and windmills as well as the heavy civil construction market.
The platform was built at the Drydocks World specialized rig building facility in Graha, Indonesia at a contract value of $24.6m. Self Elevating Platforms N.V. is a repeat customer of Drydocks World.
The MSC SEA-3250 type platform is 75.9 metre long, 40 metre wide and 6 metre deep and operates at a water depth of 45 metres. The vessel is classed by ABS with Maltese Cross A1 Self Elevating Unit notation. Four 87.7-metre tubular legs of diameter 3.5 m and a 1000-tonne capacity offshore crane have been installed on the platform. The Accommodation unit can carry up to 350 people.
“We are committed towards consolidating our position by offering need-based services to the oil and gas industry. We have extensive experience in building for the industry and have built an enviable portfolio of offshore platforms and support vessels having sophisticated and diverse capabilities. There is part of a deliberate strategy of focussing on developing our capabilities to support and enhance our contribution to the offshore industry,” said Khamis Juma Buamim, Chairman of Drydocks World.
World Maritime News Staff, November 24, 2011; Image: Drydocks World