Saturday, 27 May 2017

Thais drilling jack up (ex-Dyvi Epsilon 1981-1987, Neddrill 7 1987-1997, Noble Piet van Ede 1997-2014) Paragon C462 2014-

Harbour Den Helder, Netherlands 23 May 2017

Liberia-flagged, homeport Monrovia, Liberia, IMO 8752805, MMSI 636011818 and call sign AbB06. Ex-Dyvi Epson renamed January 1987, Neddrill 7 renamed January 1997 and Noble Piet van Ede renamed August 2014. Built by Constructions Industrielles de la Mediterranee, La Seyne sur Mer, France in 1981. Owned and managed by Paragon Asset, Phuket, Thailand. As Neddrill 7 chartered y NAM (50/50 Exxon/Shell) and active in the Frisian Front, North Sea. Neddrill was a subsidiary of Nedlloyd. Gross tonnage 6.890 tons, deadweight 15.170 tons and as dimensions 55,4 x 58,23 metres. In 2015 overhauled at Den Helder. Designed by the Dutch engineers office marine Structure Consultants (MSC) and built for account of the Norwegian drilling firm Dyvi. In 1996 sold to the American contractor Noble Drilling.