Tag: Swire Pacific Offshore

Seacor Marine is a survivor. Most of its supply vessel-owning peers in America and internationally went bust in the extended industry downturn from 2015 to 2021, and were ..

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After last week’s review of the Tullow/Capricorn merger, and the news that Shell and its partners are proceeding with the Crux project to provide new offshore gas for e ..

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The Ukraine war rumbles on, with Russian seafarers and oilfield workers now in danger of being drafted into president Putin’s meat-grinder of death and mayhem in Donbas ..

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Ultra Deep Solutions (UDS), the Singapore based commercial diving company, formerly boasted of operating five of the shiniest and most prestigious dive support vessels (D ..

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Last week (here) we looked at the impact of the horrific Russian invasion of Ukraine. Brent crude closed on Friday at US$118 per barrel. Russian artillery and missiles po ..

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We highlighted last week (here) that Middle Eastern demand is running red hot for jackups, and that prices have now passed the US$100 million per rig mark again. Thus, we ..

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Tidewater has bought Swire Pacific Offshore for US$190 million, as we reported here. The deal will close in a few months, and the Swire fleet was debt-free. The transacti ..

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Asian companies have taken a battering in the offshore industry downturn. Singapore’s Ezion and Ezra have gone into liquidation, Malaysian OSV builder and owner Nam Che ..

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