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Blue Water gets new Kazakhstan contract

Blue Water gets new Kazakhstan contract

26-09-2016 08:00:00


Tengizchevroil (TCO) has taken advantage of an option to have another two specially designed MCV vessels (Module Carrier Vessels) delivered to the TCO FGP project. They are scheduled for delivery in Q2 2018. The contract value is more than 40 million dollars.

Earlier this year Blue Water announced a gigantic contract for TCO FGP project, with a value of $ 350 million. For this project Blue Water leads a consortium in partnership with Topaz Marine and Energy, which supplies 15 custom MCV vessels for the transport of modules through the Russian river system to new facilities in Prorva, Kazakhstan.

Both vessels of Vards 921 design, are 123 meters long and 16,5 meters wide. The 17 vessels will be used for transport of modules weighing up to 1,800 tons from the Baltic Sea and the Black Sea through Russian waters to Prorva.

Last month Blue Water also signed a contract with TCO pm transport and project management regarding three larger vessels to transport the modules from Kuryk in western Kazakhstan to Prorva. This contract was also awarded to a consortium with Blue Water at the helm.

Tengizchevroil LLP is a Kazakhstani partnership that generate, develop and produce oil and gas. The partners are Chevron, 50%, KazMunaiGas NC JSC, 20%, ExxonMobil Kazakhstan Ventures Inc., 25% and LukArco, 5%.

Source: Blue Water Shipping / Maritime Denmark


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