SBM Offshore DSCV to have Wärtsilä power and propulsion

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ordered by SBM Offshore N.V. in April.

The contract includes the vessel's main power generation system, the Wärtsilä Low Loss Concept full electric and automation system, and a complete integrated propulsion system. The vessel will operate on marine diesel oil (MDO). Wärtsilä will deliver the systems during the beginning of 2012, and the ship is scheduled to be delivered in the second quarter of 2013.


The system features the patented Low Loss Concept and the ECOMeter, which is part of the Wärtsilä Integrated Automation System.  This estimates fuel consumption and advises on the optimal means of operating the vessel in order to save fuel and the environment. "Our expert know-how on efficient systems with maximum redundancy is the key to our success in ship systems. Customers value the integrated systems approach that mitigates project completion risks in complex offshore vessel projects," says Magnus Miemois, Vice President, Offshore, Wärtsilä Ship Power.

Scope of contract

  • 2 x Wärtsilä 9L26 medium-speed engine
  • 4 x Wärtsilä 6L26 medium-speed engine
  • 2 x Wärtsilä Low Loss Concept full electric and automation package
  • 2 x gearbox assembly
  • 2 x controllable pitch propeller
  • 5 x tunnel thrusters
  • Fuel: Marine Diesel Oil

July 7, 2011

sbmdscvmicroSingapore shipbuilder Keppel Singmarine has awarded Wärtsilä a contract to supply an integrated solution for power generation, power distribution, and propulsion for the Diving Support & Construction Vessel (DSCV)

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