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RECENT OFFSHORE RIG ACTIVITY NOTES SAMPLE
Kosmos Energy made a significant gas discovery offshore Senegal with their Guembeul-1 exploration well. Guembeul-1 encountered 331 feet of net gas pay in two excellent quality reservoirs including 184 feet in the Lower Cenomanian and 148 feet in the underlying Albian. This discovery increases the Pmean gross resource estimate for the Greater Tortue Complex from 14 Tcf to 17 Tcf. The Atwood Achiever (UDW drillship) will now mobilize to Mauritania to drill the Ahmeyim-2 appraisal well in Block C-8.
Byron Energy has opted to take jackup Hercules 205 (200'-MC) for its well in South Marsh Island Block 6, replacing the Hercules 264 which was originally contracted for the work. The swap was ultimately made due to continued well delays on the 264 location for Linder Oil. The 205 has just moved onto location in Ship Shoal Block 198 for Renaissance Energy and will finish the first well of that program around February 5. It will then drill the well for Byron Energy and then return to finish with Renaissance in the first-half of March, keeping the rig working to early May. Renaissance also holds a 75-day option that if exercised would extend rig availability to mid-August. Byron Energy also has an option well on its original Hercules 264 contract, which if exercised, would likely still be carried out with that rig.
Vaalco Energy has issued an early termination for Transocean jackup GSF Constellation II effective January 25. The rig, which was working in the Avouma South Field off Gabon, arrived in Port Gentil on Januaryh 28. The termination takes off around six months from the contract, which was scheduled to end in mid-July. Reports are that Total is paying Transocean an early termination fee of $30 million. While no official status has been declared, it is believed the rig will be cold stacked.