SINGAPORE — Sembcorp Marine sees stronger growth prospects for offshore oil and gas and renewable energy projects, the company said in its latest results statement.
During the first quarter, the group fabricated 15 wind turbine jacket foundations for Jan De Nul’s Formosa 2 offshore wind farm; completed offshore hookup and commissioning of the substation and reactive compensation station for Orsted’s Hornsea 2 wind farm in the U.K. North Sea; and delivered the converted FSRU Karmol LNGT Powership Asia to KARMOL for deployment off Brazil.
Sembcorp has started work on a FEED contract awarded by Altera for the FPSO facility for Santos’ Dorado development offshore Western Australia, and it hopes to shortly secure the EPC contract for this project.
Other recent work has included the Transocean Deepwater Atlas and Deepwater Titan drillships.
Work has started on design services for a Jones Act-compliant wind turbine installation vessel in collaboration with Maersk Supply Service, with first steel set to be cut in the fourth quarter.
Ahead of its planned merger with Keppel Group, Sembcorp continues to pursue oil and gas tender opportunities and offshore vessels upgrade projects.