Wilson Sons wins two PSV contracts (Brazil)

Wilson Sons Limited has secured two platform supply vessels contracts.

The company today said that, through Wilson Sons Ultratug Offshore (“WSUT”), in which Wilson Sons has a 50% of interest, it secured contracts with Petrobras for the operation of two Platform Supply Vessels (PSVs).
The contracts are for six years, with the option to renew for a further six years.

The vessels will be 4,500 tons deadweight and will be built at the Wilson Sons shipyard in Guarujá, São Paulo, and have a limit time for delivery in 2017. In addition to these vessels, Wilson Sons, in partnership with Remolcadores Ultratug, has a further three PSVs ordered from an international shipyard.

WSUT currently operates nineteen offshore support vessels, all under contract with Petrobras.

 

 , May 06, 2014

 

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