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.
A joint venture which was set up to develop a major maritime yard in Saudi Arabia is up and running.
Lamprell’s shares dropped 12% in London this morning after the rig builder said its full-year revenues would be below guidance.
Dubai-based rig builder Lamprell has agreed a settlement with a subsidiary of Schlumberger over costs incurred on equipment delivered in 2016.
Lamprell has delivered the final jack-up drilling rig in a series of nine to Abu Dhabi’s National Drilling Company (NDC).
Rig builder Lamprell said today that it had finished building another jack-up for Abu Dhabi’s National Drilling Company (NDC).
Lamprell made a further 20% cut to its headcount last year including some positions at senior management level.
A contract for the assembly of wind turbine jackets will secure up to 200 jobs at Harland and Wolff (H&W) in Belfast.
Lamprell has completed the construction and delivery of a new jack-up drilling rig.
A new chief executive has taken over the helm of Lamprell.
News of a lucrative contract win propelled oil rig builder Lamprell to top spot on the London Stock Exchange's list of risers this afternoon.
London-listed oil rig builder Lamprell has netted a $90million contract for upgrading a vessel for Statoil’s Johan Sverdrup field in the North Sea.
Lamprell has said it expects its full-year revenue to be slightly below analysts' estimates after being hit by a deduction of $25million from its final payment made by Ensco caused by late delivery of a rig.
Lamprell is expected to face investors this week after a customer delivery mishap.
Lamprell said a rig which had been scheduled for delivery in the second quarter of this year has been delayed.
Lamprell Energy said it has signed an MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) with Saudi Aramco, Bahri and Hyundai Heavy Industries for a collaboration on creating a maritime complex in Saudi Arabia.
Engineering services company Lamprell said it had increased its workforce by 1,500 in response to increased project construction work in the Middle East.
A search is underway to find a new chief executive for rig designer and builder Lamprell after James Moffat announced his retirement.
Lamprell has been awarded a contract by NDC (National Drilling Company Abu Dhabi) for the construction and delivery of a high specification jack-up drilling rig. The company has previously been awarded contracts by NDC for a series of eight rigs and this ninth rig will be the same design. The LeTourneau-designed, Super 116E class mobile offshore drilling unit will be constructed at the company's facility in Hamriyah in the UAE (United Arab Emirates).