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said Wednesday it established a joint venture with international partners to support the offshore oil and gas sector.
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"Participation in the maritime yard also secures access to one of a limited number of companies globally that we believe will be receiving orders for and building new jackup drilling rigs in the near-to-medium term with significant component parts of the first two jackup drilling rigs expected to be subcontracted to Lamprell," he said in a statement.
Lamprell Chief Executive Christopher Mc Donald said the deal is transformational in that it gives his company a significant competitive edge.
Lamprell in its statement on the deal said the joint venture gives it a "critical point of entry" into the Saudi Arabian energy market and opens up an opportunity to expand its global reach.
At the start of the year, the company said the market recovery that followed a decision last year from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries to curb production was welcome news, but 2017 was still panning out to yield "a particularly cautious environment." According to Lamprell, the Saudi oil company agrees to purchase at least 20 drilling rigs and corresponding support vessels through the joint venture.
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