RigLogix is a comprehensive, premium data service covering the global offshore rig fleet. With data spanning more than 17 years, RigLogix combines the highest quality historical and current information with the most powerful and user-friendly analysis and reporting tools in the industry. Trusted by industry veterans, RigLogix provides instant access to valuable pre-built reports as well as custom reports so you can track future rig contracts, rig availability, dayrates, utilization trends, rig capabilities, rig location, and much more.
- On-demand access to data on the global MODU fleet
- Digital newsletter of rig news from around the world
- Historical, current, and future activity data
- Intuitive, best-in-class tools and interface
- Detailed specs 100+ data points for each rig
Want to learn more about RigLogix?
Offshore Utilization Data
Want to learn more about offshore utilization trends? Riglogix users can select from several filters including date range, rig type, region, rig status, rated rig water depths and operator to get the latest in offshore rig utilization. Click the Learn More button below to view samples of utilization reports for the global competitive rig fleet.
Weekly Offshore Rig Review
As part of the RigLogix subscription, the weekly Offshore Rig Review will be emailed to you every Thursday. This
weekly newsletter highlights the week's most important rig news - providing a quick, scanable digest in your
Want to just recieve the weekly newsletter? Contact us to learn about our different subscriptions.
RECENT OFFSHORE RIG ACTIVITY NOTES SAMPLE
Shell has exercised its early contract termination clause on jackup Noble Hans Deul (400'-IC) in the UK North Sea. The original contract was due to end in August 2018, but will now wrap up around the end of September 2017. The rig has worked exclusively for Shell since its delivery in 2008.
Noble Corporation has confirmed a June 14 RigLogix report of two contract awards for UDW drillship Noble Bob Douglas (12,000'). The rig will mobilize from Aruba shortly for the Gulf of Mexico where it will perform a 20-day P&A for Murphy Oil in Mississippi Canyon Block 734. After a brief idle period, the rig will head back to Suriname in mid-September where it will drill a 30-day well for Tullow Oil starting in early October. The Araku-1 will be drilled in Block 54.
NOble Corporation reports that jackup Noble Sam Hartley (400’-IC) is completing its six-well stint off Brunei for Total well ahead of schedule and will likely be released early. According to Noble, the rig started drilling in January 2016 under what was supposed to be a three-year contract, but that the onboard technology and offline efficiencies of the rig could result in the rig finishing in the late 2017 or early 2018.