India’s Global Offshore Services is looking to expand its offshore support vessels fleet.
In a filing to Bombay Stock Exchange, the company said its Board of Directors would meet in June to discuss the acquisition of a vessel.
According to the filing, the unit to be acquired would be a Platform Supply Vessel. The Board meeting will be held on Wednesday, June 4, 2014.
The company’s vessels, supporting offshore oil and gas operations, operate around the globe. Global Offshore Services currently has Platform Supply Vessels deployed in India, the North Sea, Brazil and West Africa.