MIS completes keel laying for hulls 109, 110

Maritime Industrial Services Co. has completed the keel laying for the rig Hull 109 and the steel-cutting for the rig Hull 110.

Offshore staff

DUBAI -- Maritime Industrial Services Co. has completed the keel laying for the rig Hull 109 and the steel-cutting for the rig Hull 110. Both rigs are being built for the First Energy Bank of Bahrain (FEB).

The rigs are progressing according to the scheduled delivery dates of September and December 2010, respectively, the company says.

Both rigs are being built to the Friede and Goldman (F&G) Super M2 design, with a 30,000-ft (9,144 -m) rated drilling depth and an operating water depth capability of 300 ft ( 91 m). Each rig is fitted with accommodation for 110 people.

04/01/2009

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