SembCorp Wins Contract to Outfit Noble Danny Adkins Semisub
Jurong Shipyard, a wholly-owned subsidiary of SembCorp Marine, has signed a contract with Noble Drilling to construct, convert and outfit a new ultra-deepwater dynamically positioned semisubmersible drilling unit from Noble Drilling's existing baredeck hull Bingo 9000 which is named the Noble Danny Adkins.
Work on the semisubmersible will commence immediately with delivery from Jurong Shipyard in Singapore to Noble Drilling scheduled in the first quarter of 2009. The estimated construction cost of the semisubmersible drilling unit is approximately US $500 million, including shipyard cost, owner-furnished equipment, project management cost and general contingencies.
On completion, the Noble Danny Adkins will operate in water depths up to
12,000 feet and drill to a total depth of 35,000 ft. The dynamically positioned
semisubmersible unit will have living accommodation for at least 200
persons. Noble Drilling has previously reported publicly that the Noble Danny
Adkins is contracted to Shell upon completion of construction for a four-year
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