Norsok approved for submersible drilling rig

Norsok approved for submersible drilling rig

26-08-2018 10:00:00

SH Group, the leading producer of conventional approved Norsok lifeboat systems just signed a contract to deliver a Norsok R-002 lifeboat system for the new semi-submersible drilling rig for Awilco Drilling PLC, which is going to be built at Keppel Fels in Singapore.

The order includes the delivery of 4x75 POB complete sets of lifeboats davit systems and 1 FRB davit system. At the same time, SH Group has received an option of delivering 3 similar rig systems if Awilco Drilling PLC activates their rig options at Keppel Fels.

Delivering the Xervo approved conventional Boat-In-A-Box NORSOK-system for a semi-submersible drilling rig is a breakthrough in the industry. The semi-submersible drilling rig will be capable of operating on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS).

Xervo is a well-known brand and is known for its unique invention of the life- and rescue boat systems as well as the Boat-In-A-Box davit system. Throughout the years the brand XERVO has gained global recognition for the innovative products specified for ships, rigs and special vessels mainly for the offshore segment.

SH Group will be attending the ONS in hall 5, stand no. 5680, and SMM hall B1 at the Pavilion of Denmark, stand no. 204.

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