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RECENT OFFSHORE RIG ACTIVITY NOTES SAMPLE
Vantage Drilling UDW drillship Platinum Explorer (12,000') arrived in Block KG-DWN-98/2 and spud the G-AE-B well on November 28, officially marking the start of its three-year contract with ONGC. Water depth at the location is 3,543'. The had been undergoing contract preparation since arriving at Kakinada on November 2.
Further to a RigLogix report from 21 September, Awilco Drilling has announced that its Letter of Intent (LOI) with Alpha Petroleum for an 18-well contract in the UK North Sea has been pushed from the second quarter of 2018, to the third quarter 2018. MDW semi WilPhoenix (1,200') is to be used for the contract, covering development drilling at the Cheviot field. There is now a period of availability in the rig's schedule between the current Apache contract ending in second quarter 2018 and the Alpha Petroleum contract beginning. Therefore, the rig is being actively marketed for summer 2018 work.
Further to a RigLogix report from 17 November, ExxonMobil has been given approval to drill a deepwater wildcat well, targeting the Antrim prospect in the Green Canyon 364 area in the US Gulf of Mexico. UDW drillship Noble Bob Douglas is already out on location and the well is expected to take 90 days to complete. After the Antrim well, the rig will begin a three-year charter with ExxonMobil off Guyana, where it will drill development wells for the Liza project.