Singapore’s Greenland Petroleum orders ships from Taiwan

Greenland Petroleum Operations (or ‘Operation’), of Singapore, have ordered four 65k deadweight tonne semisubmerging ships from Taiwanese shipbuilder CSBC (台船), expected to be delivered in 2017. Semisubmersible ships are able to lift large loads, such as other ships or oil rigs.

Greenland Petroleum Operation(s) is partially owned by Chinese businessman Cai Wenxing 蔡文星, an executive director at Falcon Energy. They are not related to either Nuuk-based Greenland Petroleum Services or Japan’s Greenland Petroleum Exploration (GreenPeX, グリーンランド石油開発株式会社).

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