Following the ScotWind leasing round closing on Friday 16 July, there is now great anticipation to see which applications to build Scotland’s next generation of offshore wind farms are successful.
Lamprell has said it faces “severe pressure” as key projects in Saudi Arabia ramp up.
Lamprell has won an engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) contract from Saudi Aramco on the Marjan field.
A Middle Eastern firm chosen to build key infrastructure for Scottish offshore wind projects announced plans for a strategic reorganisation today.
Eni and Sharjah National Oil Corp. (SNOC) have started producing gas and condensate at the Mahani field, less than one year after being discovered.
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Lamprell and ADES International have announced new contracts in Saudi Arabia.
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The failure to bring even a fraction of the Seagreen windfarm contracts to Scottish yards is a scandal on several levels and politicians should unite to insist on a forensic inquiry into how it happened – yet again.
Siemens Energy has undertaken the sail-away of the first offshore transformer module (OTM) that will be used to transfer power from a giant Moray Firth wind project.
Troubled Scottish manufacturing firm Burntisland Fabrication (BiFab) is facing renewed survival woes as two Chinese firms look set to fulfil the lion’s share of a multi-million pound North Sea wind farm contract.
United Arab Emirates-based firm Lamprell has been announced as one of the contract winners to manufacture jackets for a mammoth Scottish offshore wind development.
Lamprell has won a contract from Sharjah National Oil Corp. (SNOC) to carry out work on the Mahani field.
Lamprell has issued a going concern warning following some tricky contracts that have left it underwater.
Giant structures that will make up part of Scotland’s largest offshore wind farm have arrived in the Moray Firth despite the current ‘challenging’ global conditions.
Lamprell is in the process of shutting two of its three facilities in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in order to reduce overheads.
A giant offshore wind farm project in the Moray Firth has finished pin piling work for 100 turbines and three substations at the site.
A Moray Firth-contracted turbine jacket manufacturer has said its work with the wind project is “progressing to schedule” despite reporting widening losses.
Owners of troubled Scottish firm Burntisland Fabrication (BiFab) have claimed the company was effectively shut out of a £200 million wind turbine contract – despite being the lowest bidder for the project.
A Middle East firm which was handed a multimillion-pound fabrication deal for a giant Moray windfarm has “suffered significant overall losses”, according to a new report.
Former UK energy minister Brian Wilson has criticised the decision to hand the multi-million Moray East Offshore Windfarm deal to Lamprell, describing it as representing “a major failure of policy”.
Burntisland Fabrication’s (BiFab) hopes of winning a substantial portion of a huge north-east fabrication contract was hanging in the balance last night as it emerged a Belgian firm is tipped to take the lion share of the deal.
A United Arab Emirates-based firm brought in by Moray East Offshore Windfarm has posted multi-million losses in 2018.
Lamprell has received a letter of intent for the construction and delivery of two jackup drilling units.
United Arab Emirates-based firm Lamprell has been handed a £160 million fabrication contract for the Moray East Offshore Windfarm.