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Impressive haul of new contracts for GMS jackups, Europe and Middle East

  • Tuesday, 23, April, 2013

Abu Dhabi-based Gulf Marine Services (GMS) has won three new contracts worth around $46 million for transformer installation in the German offshore sector for its jackup barge GMS Endeavour. The self-elevating self-propelled E-Class vessel, which has been occupied on wind farm installations and maintenance projects, has just commenced the first of the new contracts with Keppel Offshore & Marine, and contracts with ABB Group and Siemens will take her through to the second quarter of 2014.

Sister barge GMS Endurance also recently began a new contract with ConocoPhillips in the Southern North Sea. The company, which has a fleet of nine jackup barges with current commitments worth $460 million, is seeing an increasing demand for its E-Class assets. These vessels are highly adaptable, providing a multi-purpose solution for a variety of offshore operations anywhere in the world.

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