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Marine Logistics/Offshore Support Services

Mon, 09/24/2012 - 14:02 -- admin
Marine Logistics/Offshore Support Services
Our marine & offshore logistics is well positioned to respond to the oilfield needs of our clients. We have at our disposal, the technology to deliver prompt and efficient services within our region of operations backed by the expertise of our technical partners and employees.
We are capable of supplying the following type of vessels and much more:
  • Platform Supply Vessels (PSVs) & Anchor Handling Tug Supply Vessels (AHTS) The platform vessels we provide can be used to transport supplies and liquid cargo to offshore locations and return other cargoes to shore. We can also provide AHTS vessels that are widely used to supply oil rigs, tow them to loca-tion, anchor them up and, in a few cases, serve as an Emergency Rescue and Re-covery Vessel (ERRV).
  • Tug Boats - These Tug Boats are strongly built and have varying capacities; thus can be used to push or pull vessels (drill ships, barges, tankers etc.) of different sizes.
  • Barges - We have access to an expansive fleet of barges, including deck barges, commodities barges, dredging units, petroleum barges and crane barges. These barges can be used both in shallow or deep waters and possess well-equipped workshops on their decks. They can thus be used for offshore fabrication and in-stallation purposes.
  • Crew Boats - We also provide anchored or dynamic positioned crew boats for transporting employees of client companies from the shore to offshore locations like drilling rigs, platforms and other remote installations offshore. These boats are of different varieties and can be customized to our client’s requirement and specification on request.

Some Projects Executed

Supply and installation of Fire Safety Equipment at Addax Petroleum’s Akam platform, OML 123.

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Asset Development & Growth

Recently acquired two 51 Passenger Capacity Crew Boats.

Able to deploy further marine asset to increase our offshore fleet

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