Offshore

The pipelayer Star Centurion, part of the fleet of Vallianz Offshore, has sunk following a collision with a Pertamina tanker off Indonesia.
Four Taiwanese maritime companies have formed an alliance to provide services to the country’s emerging offshore wind energy sector.
Maersk Supply Services has clinched a long-term contract for two anchor handlers to support the Chevron- operated Gorgon Stage Two drilling programme.
Royal Boskalis Westminster (Boskalis) has signed a multi-year subsea services agreement in the Middle East worth a minimum of $40m over three years with an option to extend.
Norwegian equipment supplier H. Henriksen has developed a winterised version of its standard FoxTail mop skimmer to clean up oil spills, specially modified for use in arctic conditions.
UAE-headquartered shipyard Lamprell is set to build the first two jack-up rigs for Saudi mega-yard International Maritime Industries (IMI).
Sri Lanka’s Hambantota port has turned to offering lay-up services with the first vessel being a drillship that will be moored at the port for six months, reports said.
Keppel Offshore & Marine (Keppel O&M), through its two subsidiaries, have clinched marine contracts worth a combined value of approximately SGD300m ($219m).
Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 is an ambitious programme seeks to completely transform the economy of the country reducing its dependence on oil exports.
UAE-shipyard Lamprell has bagged a $200m windfarm jacket foundation fabrication contract from GeoSea.
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