Tulsa based Lee C. Moore, A Woolslayer Company announced today it has agreed to terms with two premier international shipyards for the fabrication and supply of nine of its offshore derricks for use on new deep water jack-up drilling rigs. Fabrication and deliveries to shipyards are scheduled for completion by the end of 2011.
Each structure ranges between 160 feet and 170 feet tall and are capable of supporting loads of 1,500,000 lbs. The drilling derricks are designed to accommodate popular features on LCM designed derrick models, including offline stand building and automated racking systems for drilling tubulars.
“Lee C. Moore derricks and drilling rig components can be found onshore and offshore all around the world”, says Thomas Wingerter, CEO. “These recent derrick orders represent positive trends in the global drilling rig industry and are a tribute to the long-standing reliability and reputation of Lee C. Moore. At the end of the day, it’s all made possible by the dedicated professionals who work for our Company”.
Terms of the recent sales were not disclosed, but include options for an additional 12 derricks.
Lee C. Moore, A Woolslayer Company based in Tulsa, Okla., is a worldwide provider of high-quality oil and gas drilling equipment. Founded in 1907 as the Lee C. Moore Co., the privately held company is a globally recognized engineering and fabrication firm for drilling rig structures and drilling rig components. Lee C. Moore also provides diverse energy industry services, including engineering design and analysis, drilling rig inspection and repairs, inspection training, feasibility studies, and project planning. The company is API 4F and 8C licensed. For additional information, visit leecmoore.clientdemos.net