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Ezra and EOC form massive Asia offshore support fleet

10/07/2014 by

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Ezra Holdings has announced plans to consolidate its offshore support services division, EMAS Marine, into its associated company, EOC Limited.

Upon completion of the transaction, the enlarged EOC Group will be one of the largest offshore support operators in Asia Pacific by asset value, managing an offshore services platform comprising over USD 1 billion in offshore support assets.

“By bringing together EMAS Marine and EOC, Ezra has created an offshore solutions provider in the region that is ahead of its peers in terms of fleet capabilities,” said Lionel Lee, Ezra’s Group CEO and managing director.

Its diverse and versatile fleet of 50 offshore vessels is among the youngest in the region. The fleet has a combined bollard pull of almost 4,000 tons, more than 37,000 dead weight tonnes and a total of almost 350,000 BHP, making it one of the strongest and most powerful in the region, with capabilities to operate globally at ultra-deep water depths.

“This move allows us to capitalise on investors’ growing interest for exposure in the different segments of the offshore oil and gas sector, and at the same time, meet increasing demand for newer offshore support vessels with large deck areas, accommodation capacity, bollard pull, and dynamic positioning capabilities among our clients.

This article has been extracted from http://www.oilandgastechnology.net, please click on this link to read the article in full http://www.oilandgastechnology.net/upstream-news/ezra-eoc-form-massive-asia-offshore-support-fleet

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