Songa Offshore earnings in North Sea affected by bad weather in February

first_imgSonga Offshore, an international offshore drilling company, has released its monthly rig fleet update for February 2014.Songa Venus achieved an operational efficiency of 100% and an earnings efficiency of 98% during the month working for Mubadala Petroleum in Malaysia.Songa Mercur achieved an operational efficiency of 100% and an earnings efficiency of 100% during the month working for Idemitsu in Vietnam.Songa Trym achieved an operational efficiency of 100% and an earnings efficiency of 98% during the month working for Statoil in Norway.Songa Dee achieved an operational efficiency of 100% and an earnings efficiency of 93% during the month working for Statoil in Norway.Songa Delta achieved an operational efficiency of 100% and an earnings efficiency of 96% working for Statoil in Norway.The earnings efficiencies of the three rigs operating in the North Sea were all negatively impacted by the rigs earning a Waiting-on-Weather rate due to inclement weather for extended periods of the month.[mappress]Press Release, March 06, 2014last_img read more

Asia Imperial delivers power plant to Argentina

first_imgAICL, which is a Chinese member of the Cargo Equipment Experts (CEE), says the fact that shippments for the project were sourced from many different areas of China meant that a company with a complete service network along the Chinese coast and abundant experience for project cargos was essential for the client.To date, AICL has delivered around 40,000 tonnes of materials, with the heaviest item weighing 75 tonne and measuring some 12 m in length. The remaining shipments are scheduled to be completed by the end of this year.CEE is a global network for cargo equipment owners such as haulers, crane operators, tug and barge operators, stevedores and export packers, port operators and air cargo handling equipment owners and supporting industry, serving the heavy and outsized cargo industry.last_img read more

Ravens waiting on injured players to return, add offensive lineman

first_img(Updated: Tuesday 11:30 a.m.)OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Turning their attention toward their annual trip to western Pennsylvania, the Ravens hope to welcome at least a couple key players back to the field against Pittsburgh in Week 4.Starting inside linebacker C.J. Mosley and top reserve defensive lineman Michael Pierce missed Sunday’s game against Denver, but head coach John Harbaugh said both were “really close” to being able to play in the 27-14 win over the Broncos. Mosley sustained a bone bruise in his left knee in the Week 2 loss at Cincinnati while Pierce missed the first game of his career with a foot injury.“They just didn’t make it this week,” Harbaugh said. “Still, you have to say it’s ‘day-to-day’ because you don’t know. But I’m really hopeful.”Rookie tight end Hayden Hurst and third-year defensive tackle Willie Henry have been sidelined since last month, but their return to the practice field could be just around the corner. Hurst had a screw inserted in his foot on Aug. 24 to help heal a stress fracture while Henry underwent surgery for an umbilical hernia around the same time. The Ravens would certainly like to add Hurst, their first-round pick, to an improved aerial attack that entered Monday ranked ninth in the NFL in passing yards per game. Henry appeared on the verge of securing a starting role along the defensive line during the preseason.“We’ll see. I don’t know yet,” said Harbaugh about the possibility of the two practicing this week. “There’s probably a better chance for Hayden. Willie is going to see a doctor here this week. It’s a little different with Willie because it’s not an orthopedic deal. The doctor — internist — has to clear him on that kind of stuff.”After working out a number of free-agent offensive linemen two weeks ago, the Ravens signed former Chicago center Hroniss Grasu to their 53-man roster on Monday. A 2015 third-round pick out of Oregon, Grasu made four starts and appeared in six games for the Bears last season and has started 12 games in his career. He was waived by Chicago at the end of the preseason and gives Baltimore a third reserve offensive linemen again after 2017 fifth-round pick Jermaine Eluemunor was waived over the weekend.To make room on the active roster, the Ravens waived defensive back Robertson Daniel, who had just been promoted as an extra healthy body after rookie cornerback Anthony Averett suffered a hamstring injury late last week.Harbaugh labeled new return specialist Tim White’s debut as “very solid” despite the rainy conditions, complimenting his ball security and decision-making with the Ravens holding a second-half lead. Baltimore waived returner Janarion Grant on Saturday after the rookie had fumbled a punt in each of the first two games.“We’re very hopeful that we’ll get him back on the practice squad,” Harbaugh said on Monday. “I really think those guys were a tossup anyway. Janarion did a good job, a couple balls on the ground. That’s part of it probably, and he knows that. No way do I think he’s not going to be a really good player. He’s going to play certainly this year.“But Tim was doing such a good job in practice. He’s been around, he’s more of a veteran guy, and we just felt that he should get a chance.”Both Grant and Eluemunor cleared waivers and were re-signed to the practice squad on Tuesday morning.last_img read more