Growth in heavy lift fleet gives deepwater projects a boost

Moon, Ted
November 2014
Offshore;Nov2014, Vol. 74 Issue 11, p80
Trade Publication
The article reports on the impact of the growth of heavy lift fleet on deepwater fields projects around the globe. It is inferred that the rise in new vessels on the market reflects the increased level of heavy-lift demands and activities in deepwater drilling. Among of the companies who have added heavy-lift vessels to their fleets are Big Lift Shipping, EMAS AMC, and SapuraKencana Australia.


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