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RECENT OFFSHORE RIG ACTIVITY NOTES SAMPLE
Jackup Noble Regina Allen (400'-IC) has concluded its accommodation support contract with Repsol in the UK sector and is now headed inshore. The rig has been working with the operator at the Montrose Alpha platform in the central North Sea since September 2016. The unit will now be prepared for a trip to newfoundland where it will undertake a 22-well, two-year P&A contract with ExxonMobil, due to begin in December 2017.
Jackup ENSCO 52 (300'-IC) has completed a contract for Murphy Oil off Malaysia and has been released. The rig is now mobilizing to Singapore where ENSCO says it will be "held for sale", essentially meaning the rig is retired. It last worked on a sublet contract for Repsol in the North Bunga Orkid field and had been with Murphy since August 2014. The jackup is a Friede & Goldman L-780 MOD II design delivered in 1983.
ENSCO has received a notice of early termination for convenience from Maersk Oil for jackup ENSCO 71 (225'-IC). The rig had been working in the Danish sector with the operator since 2001. The contract will end in August 2017, a year earlier than planned, however the rig has already left the field.