Reactivation Energy Duchess

Increased fleet activity by contract award and reactivation of Energy Duchess

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GOLDEN ENERGY OFFSHORE SERVICES AS has reactivated the PSV ENERGY DUCHESS after 14 months in lay-up caused by the downturn in the market as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The reactivation is now completed and the vessel was delivered under her first charter with a first class international operator with a firm period of 40 days + options on today’s market terms,

Golden Energy Offshore AS has now 3 of its 4 vessels in full operation and all have well in excess of 90% utilization in Q2-21 in the improved North Sea spot market.Energy Duchess has commenced the contract.

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Energy Duchess

Golden Energy Offshores PX 121 series are state of the art new 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, stability and cargo capacity. Low fuel consumption with low emissions and a ballast treatment plant makes the vessels environmental friendly.

The cargo systems ensure safe and efficient loading and discharging of the Vessel. The propulsion system comprises two azimuth type propellers, each driven by an electrical motor. Two tunnel thrusters are installed in the fore part of the Vessel. The vessels have very large deck capacities for this class of vessels and are prepared with foundation for crane and can perform as a construction vessel. It has also been prepared for installation of ROV for survey and underwater inspections.

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. The vessel has the notation FiFi1 and can perform firefighting operations. Oil rec notation ensures the vessel will be able to assist in case of oil spill at sea. Compliance with MEPC 197(62) Inventory of Hazardous Materials ensures the vessel is built environmental friendly.

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Vessel type:
HPR trunk, foundation for 67t AHC crane and SPS 60
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Ulstein PX121 H
Break horse power:
7 200
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Per Ivar Fagervoll
Chief Executive Officer