GSP extends its fleet with two more offshore drilling rigs
August 30, 2011
GSP announces its drilling fleet has been extended to seven offshore mobile drilling rigs and a modular one. GSP Britannia (ex. Britannia) and GSP Fortuna (ex. G.H. Galloway) entered GSP’s fleet in August.
GSP Fortuna is an ABS class three legged independent leg cantilever jack-up rig reaching the maximum drilling depth of 25.000 ft and the maximum water depth of 300 ft. GSP Britannia is an ABS class four legged independent leg cantilever jack-up rig reaching the maximum drilling dept of 20.000 ft and the maximum water depth of 200 ft.
GSP Britannia will support the company’s Decommissioning and Plug and Abandon services in the North Sea. GSP provides cost effective, safe and efficient P&A services for the North Sea. Decommissioning has become a highly demanded service as more and more offshore fields are reaching the end of their lives.
GSP is the single source decommissioning solution providing a full range of engineering and decommissioning services as well as turnkey solutions with focus on safety and environmental preservation. Our company`s expertise is sustained in this by the most rigorous HSE standards, which GSP uses in all its projects worldwide.
GSP also operates an extended and modern fleet of construction and heavy lift vessels as well as a large variety of offshore support vessels, SAT diving & ROVs to fully answer the offshore integrated services market demands worldwide.