Prosafe’s Jasminia Rig Awarded New Contract in Mexico

Prosafe has been awarded a contract extension for its Jasminia accommodation rig in Mexico.

 

Mexico’s Cotemar group has confirmed that Jasminia has been awarded a contract from end November this year until end December 2015. The contract value is approximately USD 32.7 million.

The Jasminia was built in 1982 at the GVA yard in Sweden to a GVA 2000 design. She has an eight (8) point wire-mooring system capable of station keeping in the harshest of environments. With a maximum of 535 beds and 5 offices, the Jasminia offers high quality and generous accommodation. Together with two (2) 2.4 MW azimuth thrusters, the Jasminia allows the client to mobilise / demobilise at short notice. Jasminia is operating at the Cantarell field in the Gulf of Mexico.

Prosafe is the world’s leading owner and operator of semi-submersible accommodation vessels. Operating profit reached USD 222.4 million in 2012 and net profit was USD 177.5 million.

November 19, 2013

 

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