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Nautilus starts building support vessel

Nautilus Minerals has held a steel-cutting ceremony marking the start of physical construction of its production support vessel. The vessel will be used by Nautilus and its Papua New Guinean partner, Eka Kopa (Solwara), as the base for seafloor operations at the Solwara 1 deep-sea project.

Nadav Shemer
The production support vessel will be crucial to Nautilus' operations

The production support vessel will be crucial to Nautilus' operations

The ceremony was attended by representatives of the Fujian Shipbuilding Industry Group, Fujian Mawei Shipbuilding, and Marine Assets Corporation (MAC) – the latter of which will own and provide the marine...

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