Abu Dhabi-based Gulf Marine Services (GMS), an owner and operator of self-propelled and self-elevating vessels (SESVs), will be showcasing the latest addition to its fleet at the upcoming Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conferen
Abu Dhabi-based Gulf Marine Services (GMS) has announced the completion of GMS Scirocco, the second of its mid-size class self-propelled self-elevating support vessels (SESVs), ahead of schedule.
A leading provider of advanced SES
Gulf Marine Services posted a 9 per cent rise in full-year profit, helped by strong demand for its jackup barges.
The oilfield services company, which builds and operates self-propelled, self-elevating jackup barges for the oil an
Gulf Marine Services GMS), a leader in advanced self-propelled self-elevating support vessels for the energy sector, has been awarded a major long-term contract for one of its Large Class vessels, a report said.
The vessel will co
Oil services firm Gulf Marine Services plans to spend around $400 million up to 2016 and expand into south-east Asia and west Africa next year to tap strong demand for its vessels, its chief executive said on Thursday.
The Abu Dha
Abu Dhabi-based Gulf Marine Services (GMS) made a muted stock market debut in London, as the oil service vessel operator struggled to spark investors' interest following a glut of new share listings.
GMS shares were changing h
Gulf Marine Services (GMS), one of the largest builders and operators of jack-up barges in the region, has unveiled its new jackup design for worldwide operations at the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (Adipec) which
Abu Dhabi-based Gulf Marine Services (GMS), the largest provider of self-propelled self-elevating jackup barges in the world, has announced it is building its third E-Class jackup vessel.
GMS Enterprise will be constructed at the
Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank (ADIB) has closed a 1.32 billion dirhams ($360 million) syndicated Islamic facility for one of the largest operator's and owner of jack-up barges in the region, it said on Sunday.
The deal will help meet
Abu Dhabi private equity firm Gulf Capital expects to raise more than $500 million from the sale of its 79 per cent stake in Gulf Marine Services (GMS) before the end of June, the company's chief executive said.
Gulf Capital, which has aro