Where is the Stena Drillmax?
The current position of STENA DRILLMAX is at South America East Coast (coordinates 8.18878 N / 57.07379 W) reported 120 days ago by AIS.
What is the Stena Icemax?
Stena IceMAX is the world’s only 6th Generation Ice-Class Harsh Environment dual-activity dynamically positioned (DP3) drillship, capable of drilling in water depths up to 10,000ft.
Where is the Stena Carron?
The current position of STENA CARRON is at South America East Coast (coordinates 7.91014 N / 56.63967 W) reported 134 days ago by AIS. The vessel is sailing at a speed of 0.1 knots.
What does Stena Drilling do?
Stena Drilling is one of the world’s leading independent drilling operators. The company operates globally from its head office in Aberdeen, Scotland, with four drillships for ultradeep water and three semi-submersible drilling rigs.
Who owns Stena Line?
Despite being the largest ferry operator in Europe and one of the largest in the world, Stena Line is still owned by the Swedish Olsson family who founded the company in 1962.
How many wells has Stena currently drilled?
ten MPD wells
Stena has drilled ten MPD wells since 2016 and intends to spud a further ten this year alone, with the bulk of activity expected to take place in the Guyana-Suriname basin. The drillship Stena Carron is chartered to US supermajor ExxonMobil and on the verge of concluding the Bulletwood-1 wildcat in the Canje block.
How much does a Stena Line boat cost to build?
The two ferries, considered the world’s largest combined freight and passenger ferries, were constructed at a combined cost of £375m ($594m), the line’s single largest investment to date.
What is the biggest ferry in the world?
The Stena Hollandica is the largest combined freight and passenger ferry in the world. It is the first of two Ropax ships built at the Nordic Yards shipyard in Wismar, Germany.
How fast does a Stena Line boat go?
High-speed Sea Service or Stena HSS was a class of high-speed craft developed by and originally operated by Stena Line on European international ferry routes. The HSS 1500 had an in-service speed of 40 knots (75 km/h).
What is the fastest ferry in the world?
Australian ferry builder Incat Tasmania’s world first high speed dual-fuel vehicle and passenger ferry is the world’s fastest ship having achieved a lightship speed of 58.1 knots – (107.6 kilometres an hour).
What is the world’s biggest ferry?
Who has the largest ferry system in the world?
In Istanbul, ferries connect the European and Asian shores of Bosphorus, as well as Princes Islands and nearby coastal towns. In 2014, İDO transported 47 million passengers, the largest ferry system in the world. The world’s shortest ferry line is the Ferry Lina In Töreboda, Sweden.