New class certificates from ABS International for GSP’s rigs

Сентябрь 19, 2007

Grup Servicii Petroliere (GSP) has initiated a comprehensive classification process for three of its offshore drilling units. Jupiter, Prometeu and Saturn rigs will be classified under the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) register. Atlas and Orizont drilling rigs are classified under Germanischer Lloyd Certification GmbH (GLC) Register.

Consistent with the extensive strategy of its assets’ development and modernization, the classification of the drilling rigs under ABS is the next step for GSP. After having invested an impressive amount of resources in the acquisition and the technical upgrading of its rigs during the past three years, GSP is undertaking a classification process at the end of which three of the company’s mobile offshore drilling units will obtain a class certificate from ABS.

At the present moment, the ABS is inspecting Jupiter drilling rig, Prometeu being the next one to enter the classification process.

The American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) and Germanischer Lloyd Certification GmbH (GLC) are two of the world’s leading ship classification societies, setting standards of excellence and safety for the marine industry. ABS and GLC provides both certification and classification for projects around the world, establishing and applying a set of high safety and quality technical standards. ABS and GLC are members of International Association of Classification Societies (IACS).

General Information:

Grup Servicii Petroliere (GSP) provides offshore drilling and drilling related services. The professional experience of the company’s over 450 employees led along time to great successes in offshore drilling both nationally and internationally. Grup Servicii Petroliere is a company with 100% private share capital.
GSP contributed and continues its endeavors to the exploitation of the submerged fields of oil and gas in the Persian Gulf, on the Romanian, Greek, Turkish and Bulgarian continental shelves.

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