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Kalbajar – Crude Oil Tanker

Build year: 2021
Principal Dimensions

Length

141.00 m

Beam MLD

16.90 m

Deadweight

7875/5580 t

Crew

15 person

General
Yard Number
H111
Owner
ASCO
Delivery Date
2021
Equipment
Main Engines
2 x 1200 kW
Bow Thruster
230 kW
Cargo Pumps
6 x 200 m3/h
Cargo Crane
5T
Accommodation
Crew
15 person
Total capacity
15 person
Dimension
Length O.A
141.00 m
Beam MLD
16.90 m
Depth MLD
6.00 m
Draught
4.54 m
Vessel speed
10 knot

Basic Functions:    Carrying of crude oil and petroleum products with density up to 1.015 t/m3, including gasoline

Self-propelled tanker with 6 cargo tanks for carrying of crude oil and petroleum products with density up to 1.015 t/m3, including gasoline, without restrictions for flash-point, ensuring the temperature of carrying cargo up to 50º C. Providing simultaneous carriage of 2 (two) sorts of cargo.

Steel, single-deck vessel, with two full-rotated rudder propellers, with forecastle and poop, with aft engine room and deckhouses, with six cargo tanks and two slop tanks, with a double bottom, double sides, and trunk deck in cargo tanks area, with cylindrical bow and transom stern, with bow thruster (BT).

The ship has been designed and constructed on the Russian Maritime Register of Shipping class:

The wheel-house is designed with the all-around view and minimum shadow regions according to UI SC 181

The vessel hull is designed on the Ice1 class, which assumes occasional all year round in the non-freezing seas, in fine-broken rarefied ice of the non-Arctic seas.

Vessels motion and maneuverability are provided by two full revolving rudder propellers with fixed-pitch propellers in nozzles. To improve the controllability at low speeds, at the pass of narrow waters and moorings there is a bow thruster of “propeller in a pipe” with a fixed-pitch propeller (FPP).

The vessel is intended for carrying crude oil and petroleum products, including benzene without restrictions for flash-point, ensuring temperature of carrying cargo up to 50ºС.

The system can operate during load or discharge with 2 types of cargo simultaneously.

Six cargo tanks are located lengthwise of vessel, each of them is served by an independent deepwell cargo pump.

Each group of tanks has a manifold providing load and discharge of cargo on both sides.

Slop tanks are served by their independent deepwell pump and can be connected to the aft group of tanks.

The cargo pumps and the pump for the slop tanks have the electric drive equipped with frequency converters, ensuring a smooth speed varying of the pump, that allows to reduce capacity and to remove remaining cargo from the tanks.

Valves of the cargo system ensuring cargo handling have a remote hydraulic drive. Remote operation is from a cargo-ballast operations control console located in the wheelhouse. Valves with remote control have also local manual operation.

To prevent tank overfilling during loading ship is provided with a two-level and independent overflow control system feeding audible and visual signals.

Cargo and slop tanks are equipped with stationary tank cleaning machines of single nozzle type driven by liquid, sufficient to give full coverage of bottom, sides, and under-deck structure, and tank cleaning hatches for portable tank cleaning machines.

The ship is also provided with the vapor emission control system (VECS) to collect and discharge vapors of compatible cargoes from cargo and slop tanks to shore through a separate manifold with international flanges.

The cargo and slop tanks as well as double hull spaces are ventilated by the water-driven portable fan.

The special sprinkling of a cargo tank system is used to reduce the evaporations of transported petroleum and environmental contamination while operation at high air temperatures.

Launching of "Kalbajar" Tanker

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TUG BOAT “SOCAR-1″

Build year: 2012
Principal Dimensions

Length

30.00 m

Beam MLD

10.50 m

Deadweight

214 t

Crew

9 person

General
Yard Number
H102
Owner
ASCO
Delivery Date
2012
Equipment
Main Engines
2 x 1471 kW
Towing capacity KN (t)
500 (50)
Generators
3x86 kVt, 380 V, 50 Hz
Accommodation
Crew
9 person
Total capacity
9 person
Dimension
Length O.A
30.00 m
Beam MLD
10.50 m
Depth MLD
4.90 m
Draught
3.80 m
Vessel speed
12 knot
Hydraulic Towing Winch
  1.  Drum capacity – 600m x dia.44mm SWR @ 12 layers
  2.  Rated Pull (1st layer) – 6T x 0~20 m/min (Low speed) 2.5T x 0~50 m/min (High speed)
  3. Brake Holding – 120T (static, 1st layer)
Hydraulic Anchor Windlass/Towing Winch
  1. Drum capacity – 200m x 100mm dia.44mm (P.P. Rope)@ 6 layer
  2. Rated Pull (1st layer) – 5T x 0~25 m/min (1st speed) 2.5T x 0~50 m/min (2nd speed)
  3. Brake Holding – 120T (static, 1st layer)

Socar-1 designed and built as steel hull, twin screw tug boat equipped with two diesel propulsion engines totally 400 PS and two 360 degree steerable propellers with nozzles and engaged in berthing and unbrething for a ship in the harbor and towage in coastal waters.  Now the vessel is under balance of “Azerbaijan Caspian Shipping” JSV and makes towing works for big vessels, barges in Caspian Sea. Vessel capable of performing towage, assistance, berthing of large containerships, bulk carriers, VLCC’s in the ports with capability for fire-fighting and oil pollution control.

50T BOLLARD PULL ASD TUG

Owner: State Oil Company of Azerbaijan Republic Builder: Baku Shipyard LLC Designer: Marine Technology Development PTE Ltd.   Vessel capable of performing towage, assistance, berthing of large container ships, bulk carriers, VLCC’s in the ports with capability for fire-fighting and oil pollution control.

Classification Notation

By design: KM* Tug By Fact: KM* R2 (Fire fighting capability)   The vessel is constructed in round bilge form with bilge keels. The hull is divided into six(6) watertight compartments. They are as follow:

  1. Aft Peak/Water Ballast Tank
  2. Propeller Room
  3. Engine Room
  4. Chain Locker/Fuel Oil Tanks/Lube Oil Tank
  5. Void Space
  6. Fore Peak/Water Ballast Tank

The vessel is single bottom construction except partial double bottom construction in way of double bottom tank.  

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SEMISUBMERSIBLE DRILLING RIG “HEYDAR ALIYEV”

Build year: 2017
Principal Dimensions
Breadth outside pontoon
50 m
Pontoon length
50 m
Pontoon breadth
18 m
Column length
50 m
Column breadth
16.5 m
Dimensions of main deck
69.50 x 69.50 m
Depth to main deck
35.50 m
Depth to tween deck
35.50 m
Depth to lower deck
29.10 m
Frame spacing
500 mm
Operation draught (Max)
20.50 m
Operation draught (Min)
18.50 m
Transit draught
8.80 m

The semi-submersible drilling rig was awarded by Caspian Drilling Company (CDC) to two subsidiaries of Keppel offshore & Marine Company with Caspian Rigbuilders and Caspian Shipyard Company (CSC).

 

Caspian Shipyard Company (CSC) signed a contract with Baku Shipyard LLC for undertaking fabrication of the pontoons and upper blocks for the construction of a semisubmersible drilling rig. Each pontoon’s weight is about 2200 tons; overall, steelwork performed together with upper hull blocks and outfittings is about 5800 tons.

 

The DSS 38M rig is designed for a drilling depth of up to 40,000 ft (12,192 m) and operations in 1,000 m (3,280 ft) water depth. To withstand high winds speeds in the Caspian Sea. An 800-m (2,625-ft) self-contained eight-point mooring system was installed.

 

Equipped with well control piping, BOP handling, and foundations rated for 20 000 PSI, the DSSTM 38M are the first shallow water semisubmersible to have the capabilities to perform drilling in expanded areas of operation in the oil fields of Azerbaijan. It can work at a drilling depth of up to 40 000 ft and operations in 1000 m water depth.

Semi-submersible drilling rig, named after Heydar Aliyev, became the first and the only drilling rig in the world with 1400 atmospheres system technology. Its carrying capacity is 5600, and displacement – 47500 tons.

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FLOATING DOCK “28 MAY”
Build year: 2012

Principal dimensions

Length along with Pontoon Deck
168.38 m
Breadth Pontoon (external sides)
50 m.
Breadth Pontoon (inside)
40 m.
Lifting capacity at docking
25 000 t.
Lifting capacity at transfer
18 000 t.
Maximum operational wind speed
26 m/sec

28 MAY” Floating Dry Dock (FDD) measuring 168 m x 50 m is capable of lifting and accommodating vessel of maximum 25,000 T displacement.

The maximum breadth of vessel can accommodate is 34 meter with maximum drafts not exceeding 7.0 meter.

Cranes on top deck – 2 x 20 t

The Dock is intended to lift ships out of the water and to transfer ships to the Transfer Area of the Shipyard (and vice versa). 20T Dock Cranes and 300T Gantry crane with electric drives move along the rail tracks, automatic panel line, and trolley transfer system.

The Dock is floating type, single pontoon, two‐wing walls, steel structured, non‐propelled, non‐autonomous with regard to power supply with direct connection to the shore.

The Dock performs the following main functions:

  1. Lift ships out of water for repair inside the Dock
  2. Lift ships out of water and transfer to the quay side to Transfer Area of shipyard
  3. Launching of new build vessels

Technically, the dock is completely new, and its life time is around 50 years.

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CREW BOATS “UFUQ”, “ZEFER” and “TURAN”

Build year: 2016

Principal Dimensions

Length

38.22 m

Beam MLD

8.20 m

Deadweight

70 t

Crew

8 person

General
Yard Number
H105; H106: H107
Owner
ASCO
Delivery Date
2016
Equipment
Main Engines
2x 1920 kW
Spare Engines
2x157 KW
Accommodation
Passengers
80 person
Crew
8 person
Total capacity
88 person
Dimension
Length O.A
38.22 m
Beam MLD
8.20 m
Depth MLD
4.18 m
Draught
2.25 m
Vessel speed
20 knot

Basic Functions:      Transport personnel (up to 80 people) and various types of cargo to mobile offshore drilling units (MODU) and other offshore oil and gas exploration and extraction facilities.

The vessels were designed and built to have good seakeeping characteristics and maneuverability. Selection of the light materials and construction of superstructure from aluminum allowed the vessels to achieve a trials speed of twenty (20) knots at the maximum continuous rating and fifteen (15) knots operational speed with cargo onboard. Air-conditioned /heated accommodation provided for a complement of eight (8) Crew and eighty (80) Passengers. The compact superstructure and efficient layout offers an unobstructed panoramic view in all directions

 

Upon completion of construction, the boats were assigned the RS class notation: KM✪ HSC crew boat.

 

The vessels are designed to transport personnel (up to 80 people) and various types of cargo to mobile offshore drilling units (MODU) and other offshore oil and gas exploration and extraction facilities. According to their specifications, they can operate up to 100 miles from the coast.

construction

Launching and Delivery of crew boats

zefer

ufug

turan

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Lachin – Crude Oil Tanker

Build year: 2019
Principal Dimensions

Length

141.00 m

Beam MLD

16.90 m

Deadweight

7875/5580 t

Crew

15 person

General
Yard Number
H110
Owner
ASCO
Delivery Date
2019
Equipment
Main Engines
2 x 1200 kW
Bow Thruster
230 kW
Cargo Pumps
6 x 200 m3/h
Cargo Crane
5T
Accommodation
Crew
15 person
Total capacity
15 person
Dimension
Length O.A
141.00 m
Beam MLD
16.90 m
Depth MLD
6.00 m
Draught
4.54 m
Vessel speed
10 knot

Basic Functions:     Carrying of crude oil and petroleum products with density up to 1.015 t/m3, including gasoline

On the 18 November 2016, Baku, Azerbaijan – Baku Shipyard LLC (Baku Shipyard) secured a contract from “Azerbaijan Caspian Shipping” CJSC, build a two Crude Oil tankers . 

The project’s designer is Ukraine’s Marine Engineering Bureau.

On the 26 Of September 2017, at Baku Shipyard LLC was held the strike steel ceremony of the two new oil tankers, being built for Azerbaijan Caspian Shipping Company CJSC.

Self-propelled tanker with 6 cargo tanks for carrying of crude oil and petroleum products with density up to 1.015 t/m3, including gasoline, without restrictions for flash-point, ensuring the temperature of carrying cargo up to 50º C. Providing simultaneous carriage of 2 (two) sorts of cargo.

Steel, single-deck vessel, with two full-rotated rudder propellers, with forecastle and poop, with aft engine room and deckhouses, with six cargo tanks and two slop tanks, with a double bottom, double sides, and trunk deck in cargo tanks area, with cylindrical bow and transom stern, with bow thruster (BT).

The ship has been designed and constructed on the Russian Maritime Register of Shipping class:

The wheel-house is designed with the all-around view and minimum shadow regions according to UI SC 181

The vessel hull is designed on the Ice1 class, which assumes occasional all year round in the non-freezing seas, in fine-broken rarefied ice of the non-Arctic seas.

Vessels motion and maneuverability are provided by two full revolving rudder propellers with fixed-pitch propellers in nozzles. To improve the controllability at low speeds, at the pass of narrow waters and moorings there is a bow thruster of “propeller in a pipe” with a fixed-pitch propeller (FPP).

The vessel is intended for carrying crude oil and petroleum products, including benzene without restrictions for flash-point, ensuring temperature of carrying cargo up to 50ºС.

The system can operate during load or discharge with 2 types of cargo simultaneously.

Six cargo tanks are located lengthwise of vessel, each of them is served by an independent deepwell cargo pump.

Each group of tanks has a manifold providing load and discharge of cargo on both sides.

Slop tanks are served by their independent deepwell pump and can be connected to the aft group of tanks.

The cargo pumps and the pump for the slop tanks have the electric drive equipped with frequency converters, ensuring a smooth speed varying of the pump, that allows to reduce capacity and to remove remaining cargo from the tanks.

Valves of the cargo system ensuring cargo handling have a remote hydraulic drive. Remote operation is from a cargo-ballast operations control console located in the wheelhouse. Valves with remote control have also local manual operation.

To prevent tank overfilling during loading ship is provided with a two-level and independent overflow control system feeding audible and visual signals.

Cargo and slop tanks are equipped with stationary tank cleaning machines of single nozzle type driven by liquid, sufficient to give full coverage of bottom, sides, and under-deck structure, and tank cleaning hatches for portable tank cleaning machines.

The ship is also provided with the vapor emission control system (VECS) to collect and discharge vapors of compatible cargoes from cargo and slop tanks to shore through a separate manifold with international flanges.

The cargo and slop tanks as well as double hull spaces are ventilated by the water-driven portable fan.

The special sprinkling of a cargo tank system is used to reduce the evaporations of transported petroleum and environmental contamination while operation at high air temperatures.

Construction

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Academic Zarifa Aliyeva – Car Railway Passenger Ferry

Build year: 2020

Versatile Naval Asset

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Extensive Deck

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Contract signing and

Steel strike

Contract for the construction of two units of Car, Railway and Passenger Ferries was signed between Baku Shipyard LLC and “Azerbaijan Caspian Shipping” CJSC (ASCO) on 26 October 2016, and strike steel ceremony was held on 16 March 2017 at Baku Shipyard LLC.

Construction

New Ferry vessel is assigned for transportation of 56 railway wagons with 1520 mm track breadth and motor trucks (50 car trains), including ones with dangerous goods and passengers. Ferryboat’s construction foresees aft cargo handling scheme and is equipped with side ramp for loading/unloading vehicles from/to usual berth.

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Subsea Construction Vessel “Khankendi”

Build year: 2017

Principal Dimensions

Length

155.00 m

Beam MLD

32.00 m

Deadweight

5000 MT

Crew

22 person

General
Yard Number
H103
Owner
BP
Delivery Date
2017
Equipment
Main Engines
6x4200 kW; 2x3100 kW
DP Saturation Diving Support
18 men
Cranes
900T & 50T
Accommodation
Crew
22 person
Client
4 person
Technical Team
149 person
Total capacity
175 person
Dimension
Length O.A
155.00 m
Beam MLD
32.00 m
Depth MLD
13.00 m
Draught
7.50 m
Vessel speed
13.50 knots

Basic Functions:     Dive support, subsea construction, Subsea lifting & installation, HLS mode for umbilical and flexible pipe, Subsea repair and construction activities, Subsea emergency response

Subsea Construction Vessel “KHANKENDI” Being Built For “SHAH DENIZ 2” Project

“Khankendi” is a state-of-the-art Subsea Construction Vessel (SCV) which is being built for stage two of the development the largest natural gas field in Azerbaijan to perform subsea construction activities on the Shah Deniz field between 2017 and 2027.

It was built to international and national legislative requirements applicable to the following operations that the Vessel will perform:

Construction of “KHANKENDI” Vessel

SCV Khankendi was jointly constructed at both Keppel Singmarine’s shipyard and Baku Shipyard. Two hull strips of the vessel have been constructed in Singapore and have been shipped via the Suez to the Black Sea and then through the Russian rivers Volga and Don to the newly established Baku Shipyard for the final joining with the bow block and hook-up with the accommodation block.

SCV”Khankendi” vessel has been launched on 06 September 2017 which was attended by President Ilham Aliyev of the Republic of Azerbaijan.

The Khankendi will now be deployed to the Shah Deniz field where it is expected to perform subsea installation and construction work over the next eleven years.

Gary Jones, Regional President for Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey for BP, operator of the Shah Deniz consortium, said: “We are proud to deliver this complex and truly multi-functional vessel, capable of installing the latest subsea production technology in the Caspian as part of the giant Shah Deniz Stage 2 project. This is another great milestone for Shah Deniz, achieved in cooperation with a local service company, and we look forward to the essential support the Khankendi will provide. I would like to thank the Baku Shipyard and all other parties whose efforts have been key to delivering this unique vessel safely and efficiently.”

The vessel include dynamic positioning to allow for work in 2.5 metres significant wave height (Hs),a 900 tonne main crane capable of placing 750 tonne subsea structures down to 600 metres below sea level , and 18-men two-bell diving system, two work-class remotely operated vehicles, a strengthened moon pool, two engine rooms with 6×4.4MW + 2×3.2MW engines and a deadweight of 5,000 metric tonnes at 6.5 metres draft.

Construction of “KHANKENDI” Vessel
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