The OOS Walcheren is the 3rd vessel using the asymmetric brace-less semi-submersible design within the OOS family. The first is the OOS Gretha, currently operating in Brazil, and the 2nd is the OOS Serooskerke, which is under construction and due for delivery in Q3 2019. A total of 28 sub blocks are being keel layed. The weight of each
Sixteen months after the start of construction, our newbuild semi-submersible heavy lift crane vessel OOS Serooskerke is making good progress. Currently Aster Witteman, Project Designer at OOS International, is responsible for the interior design of the vessel. Working with a team on research, planning, coordination and management of an impressive exterior and grand interior.
At 5pm on September 27th, the OOS Serooskerke was successfully undocked from CMHI (Jiangsu) dry dock. The undocking operation was complex because of the limited water depth in the dry dock. The close comradery between CMHI and OOS proved to be a winning formula to devising an efficient and safe method to undock the vessel.
July 31th 2018. SSCV OOS Gretha, a heavy lift crane vessel of OOS International BV, successfully placed a 120 ton accommodation module onto the P-19, a Petrobras moored platform in Campos Basin, offshore Brazil. The accommodation module was initially lifted from an offshore supplier onto the deck of SSCV OOS Gretha, where it was
Holding OOS International Group B.V. (OOS International) confirmed today that it has signed a cooperation agreement with Forship Engenharia S/A (Forship), with the intention to establish a long-term strategic partnership to jointly pursue offshore maintenance projects mainly within the Brazilian region. OOS International and Forship have identified that their complementary areas of expertise may be
We are pleased to inform you that the IRO members meeting on June 12th was held at Villa and Park Welgelegen in Serooskerke(w). The IRO meetings are organized at different locations and this time it was OOS International’s honour to host the event and welcome its members. The IRO is an association of Dutch suppliers
The construction of OOS Walcheren (Hull number CMHI 163-2) started in China Merchants Heavy Industry (Jiangsu) on the 24th May 2018.
The OOS Walcheren is the second newbuild Semi-Submersible Crane Vessel (SSCV) ordered by OOS International at China Merchants Heavy Industry to date. This vessel is identical to her sister vessel OOS Serooskerke which is currently under construction at China Merchants in Haimen and due for delivery in Mid 2019.
Serooskerke, The Netherlands 18th of May 2018 The Gambia is one of the poorest countries in the world. There is a lack of many things, especially medication, good medical care, school supplies and a shortage of food. All this effects the lives of the Gambians, young and old. The Talokoto Netherlands Foundation is dedicated to
China Merchants Heavy Industry (Jiangsu) Co., Ltd (CMHI) and DNV GL signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) for the classification of two multi-activity jack-up units at the Offshore Technology Conference in Houston yesterday. Ordered by OOS Energy B.V., which is affiliated with Netherlands-based Overdulve Offshore Services (OOS) International, these 96 m long units will be purpose-built for the decommissioning market. Construction is scheduled to start later this year.
Houston May 1st 2018
OOS Energy BV a subsidiary of the OOS International Group today signed the Heads of Agreement with WestGroup from Norway.
With the signing of the Heads of Agreement document, OOS Energy will join forces with WestGroup and create a new company “OOS Energy Platform Services” focusing on platform Drilling/ Well Intervention and P&A activities.