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OHT duo spotted in Singapore

Last month, two semi-submersible heavy transportation vessels from Offshore Heavy Transport’s (OHT) fleet - Eagle and Falcon - were spotted working in Singapore loading two jack-up rigs.

OHT sisters met at work in Singapore. Photo credit: OHT

The heavy transport vessel Eagle started loading the 14,527-tonne CJ46 jack-up rig Noble Johnny Whitstine on February 14. Shortly after deballasting and preparing the cargo for onward transportation, its sister vessel Falcon arrived at the same anchorage, said OHT.

In a separate project, Borr Drilling’s 16,415-tonne jack-up rig Natt was loaded on to Falcon’s deck on February 18. The vessel will deliver the rig to the final destination in Luba, Equatorial Guinea.

www.oht.no

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