Ince Law Alliance advises Dynamic Offshore Drilling on $205m jack-up rig
Ince & Co Singapore and Incisive Law have advised Cyprus-based Dynamic Offshore Drilling on the vessel financing, construction and delivery of its new $205m (£136m) 350ft (107m) KFELS B-class jack-up rig, Dynamic Vision, built at Keppel Fels Shipyard in Singapore.
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