Hoidi to deliver legs for four jack-up rigs

Hoidi International Pte Ltd, a Singapore-based offshore engineering & construction company, has won an order to supply legs for four jack-up drilling rigs.

 

The rigs, of the Gusto MSC CJ45-X100-D design, will be built  for Bestford Offshore by China Merchant Heavy Industries in Mazhou Island, Shenzhen, China.

Hoidi will be responsible for fabrication, installation, erection, extension and construction of a complete set of rig legs for these four jack up rigs. The work will be done by the company’s production division, Tianjin HOIDI Group Co. Ltd in China.

Gusto MSC CJ46-X100-D drilling rigs are intended for use in water depths up to 114.3 m (375 ft). They have a maximum drilling depth capability of 30,000 feet.

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