Golden Energy Offshore secure several months of firm work, and contract extension for Larissa and Despina respectively
Golden Energy Offshore Management AS are excited to announce that by the end of week 14, the vessel Larissa was awarded several months of firm W2W work for Dutch company Wintershall Noordzee AS. The vessel have already arrived Den Helder, mobilization ongoing, and work to commence later today 13th of April. The vessel are then firm until September 1st 2021
Despina which commenced her contract with Fugro the 15th of January, have been awarded 2 months more work and present contract are extended IDC until 15th of august 2021. After this extension, Fugro still have several months of options that may be declared.
The contracts are of great importance and secure high utilization of the vessels.
GEO are humbled and glad to be in a position where we can make such announcement, and wish to thank both of our highly valued, long term customers for the trust
Golden Energy Offshores SX 130 series are state of the art vessels with high capacities and good station keeping capabilities. The hull form, with the ULSTEIN X-BOW®, and the diesel electric propulsion system, ensures exceptional performances with regards to fuel consumption, sea keeping, station keeping, speed, and stability.
Low fuel consumption with low emissions and a ballast treatment plant makes the vessels environmental friendly.
The propulsion system comprises two azimuth type propellers, each driven by an electrical motor.
Two tunnel thrusters and one azimuth are installed in the fore part of the Vessel.
The compliance with IMO Resolution MSC.266(84) Code of safety for special purpose ships will allow the vessel to have more charterers personnel onboard if required.
A ROV hangar is included in the vessel design, to allow for operation of 2 x WROV systems in sheltered conditions. 2 x Integrated AHC LARS systems has been installed to ensure safe effective operation of the ROVs. 3 split hangar doors on each side and a roller gate on the aft side of the hangar, provide the required access to the hangar. Umbilical winches are installed below Main Deck.
The 150T AHC Offshore Crane located on SB side has access to approx. 80 % of Main Deck @ 75T SWL, and almost the entire deck @ 50T SWL. The Offshore Crane can operate over the side, but also through the 7.2 x 7.2m moonpool with wave damping bulkheads on all four sides. This same moonpool is prepared with interface and structural enforcement for a Module Handling Tower.
A helideck certified for Sikorsky S-92 Helicopter has been installed to improve logistic possibilities of personnel and spare parts.