Dolphin Offshore

Dolphin Offshore gets order work $18.45 million

Dolphin Offshore Enterprises IndiaDolphin Offshore Enterprises India, an integrated services provider to the offshore oil and gas sector, has received a contract of $18.45 million for 6 months, with an option for charterer to extend it by 60 days.

Total 16,690 shares of Dolphin Offshore traded on BSE, the stock opened at Rs 250 and was currently trading at Rs 254, up by 6.5%.

The stock touched an intraday low of Rs 240 and an intraday high of Rs 262.

Dolphin Offshore Pockets Two Orders Worth USD 16 Mn

Dolphin Offshore Enterprises India has revealed that it has secured two contracts worth USD 16 million for charter hire of DP/DSV vessels. 

According to the sources, the first order of USD 10 million for a duration of 3 months, has been awarded by Leighton India Private Limited. While, the second order, bagged from Punj Lloyd amounting to USD 6 million, has a 2 months duration. 

Earlier, the company has pocketed Rs. 3.04 billion contracts from Oil and Natural Gas Company (ONGC) for its NQD Enhancement Project and ICP Revamp Project.

Dolphin Offshore secures order worth Rs 33 crore

Mumbai-based Dolphin Offshore Enterprises has informed that it has received a contract from Offshore Subsea Works, Malaysia, for providing diving services in Malaysia and  South East Asia on DI/DSV for period of 2 months with effect from Jul. 04, 2008.

The value of the contract is approximately Rs 33 crore.