Viktor Lenac» Shipyard and its Italian partner, Rosetti Marino awarded the Contract for building of five production platforms

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Following a months-time of waiting, INAgip d.o.o. from Zagreb has reached a decision to award the contract for building of five production platforms for the gas field IKA and IDA to “Viktor Lenac” Shipyard and Rosetti Marino S.p.A., or, more precisely, to their joint venture company North Adriatic Offshore a r.l. from Ravenna, Italy.

The project is worth approximately Eur 39 million. INAgip, owned by the Italian oil company AGIP and Croatian oil company INA, invited bidders to place their tenders back in December 2001.

Production platforms IKA A, IKA B, IDA A, IDA B and IDA C will be operating within the North-Adriatic field IKA – IDA, some 40 nautical miles south from Pula, in Croatian territory waters. The stated production platforms are designed to operate with no crew on board, and will be connected with the IKA a central platform, operated and controlled remotely through the link from the existing IVANA A platform. The described platforms are planed to be delivered within a year and a half or two years (depending on the type of individual platform) counting from the date of signing the contract. “Viktor Lenac” Shipyard’s portion of the Contract is worth around Eur 18
million.

“Viktor Lenac” Shipyard and Rosetti Marino were chosen in tough international competition, since they have successfully carried out the works on building of platforms IVANA A, IVANA B, IVANA D and IVANA E. Besides “Viktor Lenac” and Rosetti Marino S.p.A., Brodogradilište Specijalnih Objekata from Split will also participate in the project.


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