Now, these vessels have been upgraded to MT6012 Mark II design. Each will be equipped with a 100 Ton active heave compensation offshore crane, a helideck, increased accommodation (100 pax), a moonpool (for diving and ROV services) and be prepared for FiFi 1 & 2. With these enhancements, the vessels will become part of an exclusive and limited global fleet of MSVs capable of multiple operations and outputs.
These upgrades have been done with the objective of tapping the burgeoning sub-sea construction markets, both globally as well as in India. MSVs play a critical role in new construction and in maintenance of various offshore assets and equipment, and will see increasing demand as the world moves further offshore (into deeper and distant waters) in search of new reserves of oil and gas.
GIL currently own and operate three PSVs, two in India and one in the North Sea. GIL, along with its subsidiaries, also has an order book of sixteen vessels and one rig under construction - two PSVs in Norway, four AHTSVs in Sri Lanka, four AHTSVs and four MPSVs in Singapore, these two MSVs in India and a premium 350' jack up rig in Singapore.
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