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RECENT OFFSHORE RIG ACTIVITY NOTES SAMPLE
Aban Offshore has secured the second of two jackup contracts for Vietsovpetro for work off Vietnam. Jackup Deep Driller 8 (350'-IC) will perform the four-well plus four-options contract starting before the end of the month. Operations for the firm portion are expected to last 60-90 days. The rig, which finished a one-well assignment for Santos Energy off Bangladesh in late March, mobilized from its stack location in Indonesia to Ho Chi Minh April 10 to begin contract preparations.
Market speculation is that Seadrill has been awarded the one-well plus two-option contract from Twinza Oil for work off Papua New Guinea. Exploration drilling in the Pasca A field in PPL 328 will begin in May after the West Cressida (375'-IC) completes its current contract for PTTEP off Thailand. The firm well is scheduled for 45 days, with work extending another 90 days if both options are exercised. Water depth at the site is around 305'.
Gulf of Mexico operator Fieldwood Energy is now not expected to complete operations with workover jackup Spartan 208 (250'-IC) until around May 1, about two weeks later than originally planned. It is further understood Spartan is in discussions with as many as two additional operators regarding follow-up work for the rig. Information regarding those contracts will be reported if and when they are signed.