Image Credits : Pixabay |visual for illustration purpose
1 minute read

Wuchang Shipbuilding bags orders for up to four offshore vessels

Wuchang Shipbuilding has clinched an order for up to four offshore construction vessels from what it says is a first-class shipowner in Europe.

The CSSC-affiliated yard said the firm two ships, booked for an undisclosed price tag, will be mainly used in traditional oil and gas and offshore renewables sectors.

The 100-m-long units have been designed by Norway’s Salt Ship Design as a further development of the Salt 305 vessels previously built by the same yard.

The new design, dubbed Salt 0494, is prepared for alternative fuel and includes a large battery package, the designer said.

The owner has yet to be revealed, with sources speculating on major Norwegian offshore players as potential investors.

Legal Disclaimer:
Splash247
GLOBAL FLOW CONTROL provides the information “as is” without warranty of any kind. We do not accept any responsibility or liability for the accuracy, content, images, videos, licenses, completeness, legality, or reliability of the information contained in this article. If you have any complaints or copyright issues related to this article, kindly contact the provider above. "

Latest News

  • Petro (Chemicals)
    2 minutes read

    $3.8bn Brass Methanol Project Targets May…

    18 Apr. 2024 | Global Flow Control
  • LNG and Industrial Gases
    1 minute read

    Croatia signs €400 million new gas…

    18 Apr. 2024 | Global Flow Control
  • Power Generation
    2 minutes read

    Geological survey for first Polish Nuclear…

    17 Apr. 2024 | Global Flow Control
  • Oil and Gas
    1 minute read

    Namibia Poised to Become Africa’s Newest…

    17 Apr. 2024 | Global Flow Control