Offshore Vessel

Offshore Support Vessel

The Group Company provides its services of oil tankers which support offshore exploration and petroleum production to customer groups of offshore exploration and crude oil excavation companies; whereas, services provided include floating storage and offloading units (FSO vessels), accommodation work barges (AWB) and anchor handling tug (AHTs).

Business of Floating Storage and Offloading Units (FSO Vessels)

The Group Company provides its services of transport and storage of crude oil by using vessels with characteristics of large tank of crude oil and tools for support of direct transfer of crude oil from offshore oil rigs; whereas, the Group Company shall be obliged to support and store crude oil of customers from oil rigs and to wait for transfer of oil to small vessels for transit to oil refineries.

As of 30th March 2018, the Group Company owned 2 FSO vessels for service provision to its customers with the maximum capacity of 191,754 DWT and the service life of approximately 23 years, as per the following table:

Vessel Name Country of Vessel Registration Capacity (DWT)
Prima Marine Public Company Limited
Sriracha Eagle Thai 94,999
TOP-Nautical Star Co., Ltd.
Southern Pearl Thai 96,755
Total 191,754
Accommodation Work Barge (AWB)

The Group Company operates its accommodation work barges so that its crews shall explore and produce petroleum and inhabit therein during their performance of work on the oil rigs; whereas, AWB shall moor near the oil rigs of customers for facilitation to and from oil rig crews in terms of accommodation, supplies and nursing.

As of 30th March 2018, the Group Company owned 1 accommodation work barge (AWB), namely “Navathani”, with the crew loading capacity of 300 people, consisting of facilities such as galley, dining room, and seminar room.

Vessel Name Country of Vessel Registration Capacity (Pax)
Prima Marine Public Company Limited
Nava Thanee Thai 300
Anchor Handling Tugs (AHTs)

The Group Company has experience in the business of anchor handling tugs (“AHTs Vessel”) for offshore activities and operation such as keeping of anchor, tugging and transport of oil rig equipment and crews.