PV Shipyard completed the services contract for “NAGA 3” jack up rig

Monday, 19 May 2014

On last days of April 2014, the jack-up rig ‘Naga 3’ had been towed safely from Labuan, Malaysia, to the PV Shipyard to prepare for her next job for the Japan Vietnam Petroleum Company at offshore Vietnam. The ‘Naga 3‘ is a Gusto MSC CJ46-X100-D design jack-up rig, built in 2010 by Dubai Drydocks World and owned by UMW Petropipe/Singapore Drilling.

Today, 19 May 2014, PV Shipyard marked an important signification when it had reached ahead of schedule for successful repair and quality assurance. After completing the service, the 350 ft. water depth rig with capacity drilling up to 30,000 ft. in depth is leaving PV Shipyard’s Jetty.

This project is completed with a high appreciation by the owner due to the effort and profession of all PV Shipyard’s members, from the engineers to the workers. Speaking at the ceremony before ‘Naga 3’ is being towed to her work place, Mr. Arthur Fernandes has expressed his satisfaction with the quality of PV Shipyard’s services  as well as willing to co-operate with PV Shipyard in the coming time. The favourable assessment is one of the reasons encouraging PV Shipyard continues to keep its achievements and endeavor affirming our position in international standard offshore market.

(UMW and PV Shipyard engineers of ‘Naga 3’ project)