CM Pecos and CM Pelios arrive in Sri Lanka for bunkering en route to Caspian Sea. Vessels are complete with anti-piracy measures prior to commencement of Arabian Sea transit.
These two 65 ton bollard pull ASD tugs were mobilised directly from their Singapore shipbuilders to Venezuela in early 2013. Operating under Venezuelan flag and with local crew and support, these vessels have performed without problem since their arrival and we are pleased that the charterers have expressed their confidence by declaring options to extend for a further 12 months.
CMI Offshore is pleased to announce the purchase of two new tugs for future Caspian operations.
The two ships are sister vessels with 40 ton bollard pull and with 3.5m draft are well suited for operations in the North Caspian Sea.
They will shortly mobilise from Singapore and underline the ongoing commitment of the CMI Offshore Group to fleet expansion and modernisation
CM Rescue is key vessel in the first Turkmenistan government sponsored Emergency Exercise for Offshore Oil Industry. CM Rescue is a modern North Sea Class B Emergency Rescue and Recovery Vessel acquired in 2014 and now on term charter to Dragon Oil.
Contract award for 2 x AHTS + 1 x AHT + 1 x Crewboat by Ilk Insaat for 2014 Petronas platform installation campaign. Vessels mobilised from Kazakhstan following winter lay-up
Contract award by Dragon Oil to CMI Offshore Group for the provision of 3 towing/supply vessels and 1 multirole standby vessel commencing mid-2014. First three vessels to be acquired in March 2014 with final vessel due for delivery May 2014. On taking delivery the vessels will be mobilised to Istanbul for docking followed by transit to the Caspian to commence operations.
The vessel CM Italia, CM Service, Ocean Tern and new acquisition CM Plover all on Charter with CMOC Pearls project supporting the Drilling Rig Astra. CM Plover was acquired in the second quarter of 2013 and mobilised from the Mediterranean to Kazakhstan.
Filanovsky Project activity well underway with CM Kurik 2, CM Surveyor, CM Supporter, CM Jet 1 , CM Vickie, CM Wulf all operating on the project and recently joined by barge CM 2007. The CM Vickie which was recently acquired and mobilised to the Caspian Sea has established its reputation in the market place with both local and cross Caspian fast Supply runs to Kazakhstan supporting the Filanovsky field development..
The vessel CM Eagle has recently been to Trinidad to have her Intermediate Class survey completed and is now back in Venezeuela on Charter to PDVSA. CM Annie is now in the shipyard for her Special Survey. Our ASD Tugs Leo and Lily continue to support operations and have both recently had hull cleans carried out whilst in service.