The discovery of important oil fields in Brazil reactivated the crude oil industry, bringing to light the need for the construction of new ships for its extraction and exploitation. The Brazilian shipyard Enseada was awarded 6 drilling ships, for the design and development of which it relied on GHENOVA, among different companies in Europe, the USA and Japan.
Our engineering team took part in the development project, together with ICE and Enseada staff. In parallel, we integrated teams at Kawasaki shipyards in Japan and Brazil for technical support to the construction of the first vessel. Thus, we also took responsibility for the management of the rest of the ships and the coordination of the collaborating companies employed by the shipyard.