Clients for Whom IMA has Performed Consulting Assignments.

Note: Clients who requested non-disclosure are not included in the list below

Africa

  • Ministry of Transport and Communications - Eritrea
  • Ministry of Finance - Liberia
  • World Bank - Djibouti
  • World Bank - Madagascar
  • World Bank - Sudan

Asia/Pacific

  • Akasaka Diesels - Japan
  • Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ - Japan
  • Bank Kemajuan Perusahaan - Malaysia
  • HamiltonJet - New Zealand
  • IMC Industrial - Singapore
  • Japan External Trade Organization
  • Japan Ship Centre - Japan
  • Kayaba Industries - Japan
  • Korea Maritime & Port Administration - Korea
  • Karachi Port Trust - Pakistan
  • Law International - China
  • Maritime Industry Authority - Philippines
  • Mitsubishi Corporation - Japan
  • Mitsui - Japan
  • Modec - Japan
  • Nissho Iwai - Japan
  • PPSC Industries - Malaysia
  • SembCorp Marine - Singapore
  • Toyota Tsusho - Japan
  • Trade and Development Agency - Thailand
  • World Bank - India
  • World Bank - Maldives

Europe

  • Accentus - U.K.
  • Aker Solutions - Norway
  • Aquamaster-Rauma - Finland
  • Aukra Bruk A-S - Norway
  • I.M. Skaugen - Norway
  • Intsok - Norway
  • Intertanko - Norway
  • Ivarans Rederi - Norway
  • KaMeWa - Sweden
  • Knauf Insulation - U.K.
  • LIPS Propellers - Netherlands
  • MACOR Marine Systems - Germany
  • Malta Maritime Authority - Malta
  • MAN AG - Germany
  • MAN B&W Diesel - Germany
  • MAN Technologie - Germany
  • Maersk Contractors - Denmark
  • Navire Cargo Gear-Sweden
  • Saipem S.p.A. - Italy
  • Saibos - France
  • SBC Warburg - U.K.
  • Siemens - Germany
  • SMS GHH - Germany
  • TAG Systems - Switzerland
  • Wind Tankers A/S - Norway
  • Sterkoder Med. Verksted - Norway
  • Ulstein Group - Norway
  • World Bank - Malta
  • Zumax - Albania

South America/Caribbean

  • PCI Americas - Brazil
  • Corpozulia/PBI - Venezuela
  • Direccion General De Desarrollo Maritimo/PBI - Ecuador
  • Iron & Steel Co. of Trinidad/Tobago
  • Ministry of Works/PBI - Belize
  • World Bank - Haiti

Middle East

  • Al Mawarid Bank - Lebanon
  • Beirut Container Terminal - Lebanon
  • K Group - Lebanon
  • Milaha - Qatar
  • Ministry of Transport - Yemen
  • Ministry of Communications - Saudi Arabia
  • Red Sea Ports Corp.- Yemen
  • World Bank - Egypt
  • World Bank/KOTC - Kuwait
  • World Bank - Lebanon
  • World Bank - Saudi Arabia
  • World Bank - Syria
  • World Bank - Yemen

North America

  • Allis-Chalmers - Marine Diesel Div.
  • Allis-Chalmers - Nuclear Components Div.
  • AMCA International
  • Aqua-Chem
  • Arcorp Properties
  • Bath Iron Works
  • Bay Shipbuilding
  • Bechtel/Parsons Brinckerhoff
  • Berkshire Partners
  • Braswell Shipyards
  • Chem Systems
  • Commission on American Shipbuilding
  • Commonwealth of Massachusetts
  • Communications Satellite Corp.
  • Dillingham Corp.
  • FMC Corp.
  • General Accounting Office
  • General Ship Corp.
  • G-P Gypsum
  • Grumman Corp.
  • Gulf Oil Corp.
  • Halter Marine
  • Hillman Company
  • IMO Industries
  • Jackson Engineering
  • Lake Shore Inc.
  • Litton-Ingalls Shipbuilding
  • Marinette Marine Corp.
  • Maritime Administration
  • McDermott International
  • McLouth Steel Corp
  • MICST, Government of Quebec
  • National Aeronautics & Space Adm.
  • National Intergroup
  • National Maritime Research Center
  • National Park Service
  • National Research Council
  • Naval Sea Systems Command
  • Newport News Shipbuilding
  • Oppenheimer & Co.
  • Port of Portland
  • Saipem Inc.
  • Siemens Industrial Systems Division
  • Siemens Westinghouse
  • Southwest Marine Inc.
  • Stephens-Adamson
  • Talleres Navales del Golfo
  • TANO Marine Systems
  • Textron Marine Systems
  • Todd Shipyards
  • U.S. Coast Guard
  • Van Dyke Energy
  • Vollmer Associates
  • Washington Aluminum
  • Westinghouse Electro-Mechanical Division
  • Westinghouse Instrumentation & Control Systems
November 2017 Monthly Floating Production Systems Report

November 2017 Monthly Floating Production Systems Report

As detailed in the November WER report, ordering activity for production floaters continues to accelerate. In mid-November Statoil selected Sembcorp for a $490 million contract to build the FPSO hull for the Johan Castberg field in the Barents Sea. This order brings the number of FPSO contracts to nine so far in 2017 – vs. three in 2015 and none in 2016. A second FPSO contract, for the North Sea Penguins field, is widely rumored to be near contract award, with Fluor as the EPC contractor.

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