The Glomar CR Luigs is first DP drill ship that achieved one meter radius station keeping watch circle and was the record holder of maximum turning rate ( 60 degrees per minute ) for squall maneuver.
The Discoverer Enterprise was the first in class, 5th generation DP drill ship designed for multi well operations of exploratory as well as developmental drilling. It features dual derricks to facilitate dual activities of casing run and topside facilities for extended well test.
The Hod, deployed in the Norwegian north sea, was the first unmanned remote-control wellhead platform in Norway. It is a satellite platform of Valhall.
The Inde-D, deployed in the UK southern north sea, was an unmanned remote-control wellhead platform for gas production.
The Arbroath platform, deployed in the UK central north sea, has a special design feature of boat-collision-resistance jacket design. It is a satellite platform of Montrose.
The Ram Powell TLP features the first nearly neutral-buoyant tendon design in order to minimize the tensioning requirement of the tendons. Prior to Ram Powell, the tendon design concept was based on thick wall gun barrel type configuration.
The Helix Producer I was and still is the first DP FSO Floating Production & Offloading vessel in the Gulf of Mexico. It has a throughput of 45,000 bpd of oil and 75 mm cfpd of natural gas.