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The company is focused on providing its clients safe, efficient and value driven marine and offshore services. The company offers variety of vessels to suit the ever growing needs of its clients based in and outside the Middle East. From its humble beginnings in 1979, the Mubarak Marine fleet has grown to a diverse fleet of 38 vessels, with additions being made continuously of modern and versatile vessels to adapt to the rapidly growing and changing marine offshore industry.
Mubarak Marine fleet is manned by highly experienced and professional mariners. Onshore the fleet and crew are supported 24 hour round the clock by an equally professional, efficient and hardworking team of managers and well trained staff.
Seaways International is a well-established Owner of modern Offshore Support Vessels. Seaways International’s fleet comprises of DPS-1 & DPS-2 capability AHT’s, Towage Tugs, Barges and Crew Boats. Since its inception in 1995, Seaways International has successfully carved a niche for itself in the field of FPSO / SBM / Drill Rig support, Sub-Sea Construction support, Static / Ocean Towages and Port / Terminal handling.
The company was formed in 2000, Halul Offshore Service Co. W.L.L,a 50:50 joint ventuer between Qatar shipping and Qatar navigation (now wholly owned subsidiary of Qatar Navigation), is the Qatar's largest provider of Offshore support services.
Committed to the principles of operational excellence safety and highest quality customer service, HOSC provides services to major local and international oil and gas exploration companies, covering the construction, maintenance and diving sectors. Equipped with the latest technology development the dynamic team of trained and efficient professionals of HOSC are committed to conduct business in a socially responsible and ethical manner. HOSC currently owns and operates a diverse fleet of Oil & Gas Industry support vessels; the fleet has been subject to expansion and replacement over the recent years and places HOSC as a prominent supplier of support vessels in the area. The fleet while being predominately young is listed below by class:
|Diving Support Vessels||3 Nos. (1 under construction)|
|Safety Standby Vessels||8 Nos.|
|Anchor Handling Tugs & Platform Supply Vessels||13 Nos (3 under construction)|
|Work Boats/Maintenance Vessels||8 Nos (2 under construction)|
InterMarine Sharjah Ltd. was set up in 1974 Year and operates following vessels:
1) PSV INTER COMMANDER
2) DP-2 Well Stimulation vessel MV Big Orange 25
3) PSV BIG ORANGE IX
4) PSV INTER SERVICE
5) PSV INTER SUPPLIER
6) DP-1 AHTS INTERBREEZE
7) AHTS INTERGULF
8) PSV INTEROCEAN
9) AHTS INTERSAND
10) AHTS INTERSEA
11) PSV INTERSURF
12) AHTS INTERTIDE
13) PSV SCORPIO DEL GOLFO
14) PSV B.O. IV
15) PSV INTERPROVIDER
16) DP-1 AHTS INTERSPRAY
West African Ventures (WAV), established in 2000, is a 100% Nigerian company and a leading indigenous provider of offshore engineering, procurement, fabrication, installation, and vessel charter services. With corporate headquarters in Lagos, marine support base & shipyard in Warri, dry-dock and fabrication facilities in Onne Oil & Gas free zone, WAV continues to provide excellent offshore support services to the Nigerian oil and gas sector.
WAV maintains a new and flexible fleet of DP-3 offshore construction vessels. All DP-3 vessels are based on a hybrid design configuration that typically combines the following characteristics: large flexible unobstructed decks – ability to install rigid pipe, flexible pipe or both – high capacity cranes, ranging from 270 to 1,800 tonnes, a number of which have deepwater capability and heave compensated systems – large accommodation capacity of between 296 and 469 persons – dynamic positioning Class 3.
Due to the versatility of this fleet WAV has the ability to offer the following range of services: SURF, Pipelay, Accommodation, Heavy Lift and Decommissioning. Through its engineering and operational capabilities in Nigeria, WAV can offer above services on a turnkey EPIC contract basis. WAV also owns and operates a large and diversified fleet of marine support services vessels in West Africa that provides support to the oil and gas industry in the area. This fleet comprises 46 vessels varying from AHT / AHTS vessels, construction / accommodation barges, offshore cargo barges and marine support vessels.