The contract with a wholly-owned subsidiary of the BW Offshore group is for the supply, fabrication and construction of topside modules for the Barossa FPSO vessel, which will be operating offshore Darwin in northern Australia.
Adding this contract win, Dyna-Mac’s order book now stands at S$368 million, with deliveries up to year 2023.
The Group is currently evaluating the need to expand its yard capacities and is increasing its local and overseas fabrication capacity to fulfill potential demand in FPSO topside modules, LNG and hydrogen/ammonia production modules.
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