On August 1st, Raymond Winterswijk of Westerschelde Ferry BV (WSF) and Leon Overdulve of the OOS Group (OOS) signed a so-called “ship management” contract. The contract details the agreements regarding the collaboration in which the OOS Group will support WSF with the (technical) management of both ships. In recent months OOS has already provided support
A global decommissioning services consortium has substantially strengthened its capabilities with the addition of a specialist heavy lift vessel-owner operator, OOS International. Dutch offshore services provider OOS International joins the already successful consortium, alongside industry leaders Lloyd’s Register and Worley, providing operators with fully managed end-to-end decommissioning, from late life through to post removal monitoring.
The drilling semi-submersible Frida I departed Guanabara Bay, Rio de Janeiro on Saturday November 9th bound for her new project in Mexico. After a voyage of 40 days, and a short stop-over at Curacao, Frida I successfully arrived at Ciudad del Carmen, Mexico, where the unit will be prepared for the upcoming operation.
November 29th, 2019 Another milestone was reached when the keys to the new shore based office were handed over to OOS in Ciudad del Carmen, Mexico. With an additional warehouse and yard, these new quarters will be used to provide operational support to our latest addition, the offshore drilling unit ODN DELBA III. The ODN
Guanabara Bay – Rio de Janeiro On the morning of November 7th, the onshore and offshore management teams representing OOS Energy Rig management B.V. proudly took over the Ships Management of the Semi-Submersible Drillship ODN DELBA III. Upon completion of the handover, the office management and crew continued to prepare the vessel for het voyage
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.
Serooskerke, The Netherlands, August 23rd 2017 Chairman of OOS International, Mr. Leon Overdulve, has started a new company with a former executive of an offshore drilling company under the name of OOS Energy The company confirms the development of a unique type of vessel, the OOS Luctor et Emergo, touted with new features providing significant