Something was mentioned about it being at the Pioneer Yard which is up the road from the FELS yard. Keppel has four completely separate and distinct yards in Singapore. The original Keppel yard which is both newbuild ships and semi hulls come from and large tonnage ship maintenance is performed, the old SingMarine yard which is where smaller ships go for maintanance but where there is no newbuilding work done (except for the miserable BULLY rigs), the original FELS yard which is exclusively a rig yard both for new work and maintenance and the yard up on Pioneer Cresent where most of the FPSOs come from.
The drydock for semis is at the FELS yard and that is where I would expect the KULLUK to have gone to but perhaps the dock was booked at the time Rob was there and the rig was waiting at Pioneer.
I’ve added this photo to show the four yards and their respective locations. If you look really, really closely you can see the two miserable POS drillships NB1 & NB2 at the SingMarine dock.
I will certainly say that unless you go there, one cannot even begin to comprehend the almost unbelievable level of industry taking place in Singapore. Absolutely nothing even close to it even on a microscale in the US.