The PetroSaudi Saturn is a drill-ship owned by Saturn Drillships and managed by the oil exploration and production giant, PetroSaudi International.
Built in 1983 by Keppel Fels, Singapore, it was known as the Golmar Robert F. Bauer until 2005. The ship was then named Songa Neptune, then Songa Saturn before being named PetroSaudi Saturn in November, 2010.
As one of the prime examples of fine marine engineering, this 135.8m X 23.2m monohull giant has a gross tonnage of 10155 tons and explores offshore oil and gas wells of the Caribbean Sea.
The PetroSaudi Saturn was designed for use in exploratory offshore drilling of new oil wells and equipped with the most advanced dynamic positioning systems to meet the requirements set by the oil production company (Petrosaudi)
PetroSaudi Saturn is a marine vessel that’s been modified to drill oil and equipped with a drilling derrick and moon pool. This ship is employed in deep and ultra-deep waters up to 25,000 ft.
PetroSaudi International is a privately owned oil exploration and production company, with offices in Saudi Arabia, England, and Switzerland.