This is what the vessels of tomorrow in the Oil & Gas industry will look like

Singapore-based shipbuilder Strategic Marine has partnered with France’s Aircat Vessels and Norway-headquartered ship design player Espeland and Skomedal Naval Architects (ESNA) to build three 35-meter surface effect ships (SES), which will be employed in the offshore oil and gas industry.

The construction of three high-speed aluminum ships with speeds up to 50 knots and offshore transfer capabilities in waves of up to 2.5 meters is currently underway at Strategic Marine’s shipyard in Singapore. According to ESNA, this development comes nearly eight years after the making of the first vessel sketches. The Singaporean player disclosed that it was looking forward to bringing SES technology to the offshore oil and gas industry after it had previously been used in other vessel applications.

Describing the ships as “the most high-performing vessels of tomorrow”, Aircat Vessels noted: “Every welder, every engineer, every member of our team invests their passion and expertise to bring these vessels to life, leaving their mark on maritime history. Leveraging Surface Effect Ship (SES) technology, they promise increased efficiency, unmatched speed, and reduced environmental footprint.”

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