Monitor Systems Singapore (Asia Pacific)
Monitor Systems S.E. Asia Pte Ltd (Singapore) are Specialists in control, handling and instrumentation monitoring systems for the oil, gas, marine industries; offering on site survey, repair, upgrade and conversion of offshore jack-up rigs, semi-submersibles, platforms, drillships, support vessels and FPSOs.
Keppel Shipyard Singapore: Backed by over a century of experience, Keppel Shipyard Singapore is the global industry's trusted partner for the repair, conversion and upgrading of a diverse range of vessels including jack-up rigs, semi-submersible rigs, drilling rigs and FPSO's.
Keppel Shipyard Singapore are leaders in the conversion of Floating Production Storage Offloading (FPSO) units. As a specialist shipyard with more than a century of experience, Keppel Shipyard Singapore has the versatility and expertise to service a diverse range of oil, gas and marine vessels.
In Singapore, Asia, Keppel Shipyard Singapore are one of the most established repair yards backed by a proven track record, technological expertise, dedicated facilities and a comprehensive infrastructure.
Keppel FELS uphold a sterling reputation for fast-track repairs and complex conversions, backed by strong in-house engineering capabilities, and versatile and experienced project management teams.
The company understands that each rig is a unique and complex piece of equipment, thus they seek to provide customers with quick and comprehensive troubleshooting services, and tailor the best solutions for their needs. Wherever they are located, drillers and operators can rely on Keppel FELS and its global network to provide swift and effective rig servicing.
The Jurong Shipyard Singapore handles offshore supply vessels, jack-up rigs, semi-submersible rigs, drilling rigs, FPSO's etc.
Jurong Shipyard also draws on its strong ship building track records and has completed in recent years, a number of quality new buildings for local, overseas markets, including the world largest floating offshore platforms.
With a land area of approximately 68 hectares in two locations, Jurong Shipyard operates four graving docks with a total capacity of 1.1 million dwt and 2,728 metres of berthing quays. These are supported by a highly-skilled workforce and an array of state-of-the-art facilities comprising workshops equipped with sophisticated machines such as plasma/ robotic profile cutting machines and panel line systems, as well as blasting chambers, warehouses and a wide-ranging cranage capacity.
Jurong Shipyard, a fully-owned subsidiary of Sembcorp Marine, is a leading shipyard offering integrated services and customised solutions in ship repair, shipbuilding, ship conversion, rig building and offshore engineering to a world-wide clientele. Apart from its proven track record in the building and servicing of jack-up and semi-submersible rigs, Jurong Shipyard is also a global leader in the EPC conversion of tankers to floating production storage and offloading vessels (FPSOs), floating storage tankers (FSOs) and floating production units (FPUs).
Complemented by comprehensive and modern facilities with a large and skilled workforce totalling 2,300 employees, the shipyard is fully equipped to handle ship repair works for all types of vessels.
Sembawang Shipyard Singapore repair some 220 vessels from more than 35 countries annually. Sembawang Shipyard Singapore has the technical and project management expertise for quality repairs and refurbishment of all types of vessels such as oil carriers, cargo ships, containerships, jack-up rigs, semi-submersible rigs and offshore vessels.
For more than four decades, the name of Sembawang Shipyard has been synonymous with excellence in ship repairs and ship conversions. Strong commitment to innovative solutions, total reliability, timely deliveries and expert project management ensure that reputation is trusted and valued on an international scale.
ASL Shipyard Singapore: Headquartered in Singapore, ASL Shipyard Singapore own four shipyards in Singapore, Indonesia (Batam) and China (Guangdong) providing a comprehensive range of services including shipbuilding, shiprepair and conversion spanning myriad sectors and industries.
The Group provides comprehensive range of repair and conversion services including retro-fittings, life-extensions and repair of various types of vessels. The Group’s primary yard in Batam is one of the few yards in the region that can dock very large ships and vessels of even the aframax size and up to the capsize vessels. The repair capabilities also extend to the offshore oil and gas side, where the Group is even able to repair, reactivate and retro-fit container vessels, bulk carriers, offshore support vessesl, jack-up rigs, Semi-submersible rigs and FPSO's.
Capitalising on Singapore’s strengths in infrastructure, telecommunications and distribution channels, the Group’s Singapore yard also acts as a headquarter to provide technical, engineering, logistics and procurement supports to the Batam yard with respect to the sourcing of raw material, equipment and parts for its operations.
PPL Shipyard Singapore: Situated strategically on the western coast of Singapore, PPL Shipyard Singapore specialises in the design and construction of offshore drilling rigs from shallow water to deep water.
The yard is equipped with a sea frontage of 700 meters, 240 meters of wharf with a water depth of seven meters as well as other facilities.
PPL Shipyard Singapore has a proven track record in the building and servicing of jack-up rigs, semi-submersible rigs and FPSO's.
PPL Shipyard can cater to the construction of 7 PPL Pacific Class 400 Jackup rigs at various stages of construction. The rig hulls can be assembled on land on 3 specially configured launchways. A purpose built leg erection station allows for the erection of leg sections via the platform ringer crane. PPL Shipyard has blasting chambers for blasting and painting of fabricated blocks and custom built blasting and painting chambers for leg sections. Leg sections are produced via 2 main construction jigs. A 240m wharf can cater for repair and upgrading of jackup rigs.
Monitor Systems Scotland Limited : Est. 1997