Address: Prosafe Offshore Pte Ltd
1 International Business Park
#09-03 The Synergy
Tel: +65 6559 1980
Company descriptionProsafe is the world's leading owner and operator of semi-submersible accommodation/service rigs. The company operates globally, has about 400 employees and is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange with ticker code PRS. Prosafe posted an operating profit of USD 218.6 million in 2009.
The group comprises a parent company, Prosafe SE, headquartered in Larnaca (Cyprus), and a business division, Offshore Support Services, headquartered in Singapore. Prosafe has offices in Aberdeen (Scotland) and Stavanger (Norway). In addition, Prosafe may have local representation in the countries where its vessels are operating.
Prosafe has more than three decades of operational experience from the world's largest oil and gas provinces. With a versatile fleet of quality rigs, steady operational performance, a high rig utilisation rate and a solid financial performance, the company has positioned itself as a provider of high quality services.
Products and servicesProsafe is the world's leading owner and operator of accommodation/service rigs. The company owns eleven semi-submersibles and one jack-up. Operations comprise bareboat charters in the Gulf of Mexico and time charters in the North Sea, and off Sakhalin Island, Russian Federation.
Accommodation/service rigs have traditionally been used wherever there is a need for additional accommodation, engineering, construction or storage capacity offshore. Typically, these rigs will be employed for installing and commissioning new facilities, upgrading or maintaining existing installations, hooking-up satellite fields to existing infrastructure, and removing installations.
The rigs are positioned alongside the host installation and are connected by means of a telescopic gangway, or personnel can be transported to and from the unit by boat or helicopter.
These rigs boast substantial accommodation capacity, with berths for 245-812 people, have high quality welfare and catering facilities, medical services, storage, workshops and offices, deck cranes, and the necessary equipment and systems for ensuring the safety of the personnel living on board.