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RECENT OFFSHORE RIG ACTIVITY NOTES SAMPLE
According to Brazilian press reports, Petrobras has been unsuccessful in its second attempt to early terminate its contract for Petroserv UDW drillship Carolina (10,000'), operating offshore Brazil. Petrobras has been reportedly working on terminating the drilling contract with Ventura Petróleo and Commodore Marine, two Petroserv subsidiaries that operate the drillship. However, Petrobras has not been successful. The contract began in 2011 and is due to run until 2021.
Transocean has issued $600 million in secured notes due in 2024 to finance the construction of UDW drillship Deepwater Thalassa (12,000'), which started work with Shell earlier this year. The bonds were issued by Transocean subsidiary, Phoenix 2, which owns the vessel and the offering is due to close on 19 October, 2016. The rig was built by DSME in South Korea and is contracted to Shell in the US Gulf of Mexico until 2026.
Following the conclusion of strike action by some Norwegian oil workers, MDW semi COSLPromoter (2,500') is headed from Fensfjorden, Norway, back out to the Troll field to continue its contract with Statoil. The rig was forced to suspend operations following the strike action at the beginning of October. The rig is on long-term hire with Statoil until 2021.