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Recent Offshore Rig Activity Notes Sample
Below is a sample of the 10 rig activity notes from the last week available to RigLogix subscribers.
June 23   |   Blake 210   |     Platform Rig
Blake International has received a two-well extension from Energy XXI for 650 HP platform rig Blake 210 for continued work in South Pass Block 57. Work under the new deal just began and will keep the rig busy into early August. Energy XXI, which has worked the rig continuously since December 2014, is expected to release the rig at the end of the current term. However, reports indicate Blake may be discussing follow-up work with another operator.

June 24   |   COSLPioneer   |   2,500 ft.   Semisub
Statoil has been unable to find alternative activity for the COSLPioneer (midwater semisub) and has decided to cancel its contract for the unit. In September 2014 Statoil announced that this contract would be suspended after a review of their drilling plan. Original contract termination was scheduled for August 2016. The COSLPioneer is a GM4000-D designed semisub capable of working in water depths up to 2,500 feet in harsh environments.

June 24   |   Blake 1007   |     Platform Rig
Renaissance Offshore has agreed to take 1,000 HP platform rig Blake 1007 for a one-well plus one-option contract at the "A" platform in South Timbalier Block 317. The rig will mobilize to location around mid-August after a short yard stay, with the initial well lasting around 80 days. The rig will is currently working for Anadarko in its Constitution field in Green Canyon Block 680, with work to conclude in late July.

June 22   |   Transocean Espadon Drillship TBN 1   |   12,000 ft.   Drillship
Transocean and Jurong Shipyard reached an agreement to extend the delivery dates for their two unnamed drillships by 24 months. The new delivery dates are now 2Q2019 and 1Q2020, respectively. Each Espadon III-designed unit will be able to work in water depths up to 12,000 feet with a rated drilling depth capacity of 40,000 feet.

June 23   |   Ocean Apex   |   6,000 ft.   Semisub
Diamond Offshore has received a contract from Woodside for work offshore Australia at a rate in the mid-$280s. Contract duration is expected to be 18 months. Currently, the rig is ready stacked in Malaysia.

5 other rig notes were published last week that are only available to RigLogix subscribers. Subscribe today to get them all in your inbox each Friday.


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Paragon C461
Paragon C461
Manager: Paragon Offshore
Location: Europe - North Sea
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