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MDW semi Nanhai V (1500') is currently drilling the LF7-9-1 well in the South China Sea and is scheduled to drill the well until around November and remains chartered to CNOOC until end-2016. Prior to this, the rig was drilling the LH16-3-1 well.

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Newbuild HPHT jackup Maersk Highlander (400'-IC) has arrived at Maersk Oil’s Culzean field in the UK North Sea to begin its five-year plus two one-year options contract worth $411 million (excluding a $9 million mobilization fee). Maersk Drilling agreed to buy the jackup from Hercules Offshore for $190 million earlier this year.

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Market sources suggest that Odfjell has commenced SPS activities for MDW semi Island Innovator (2,500'). The company is also understood to be promoting the rig for drilling opportunities along with alternative work. The rig finished a long-term contract with Lundin off Norway in March 2016 and has since been stacked in Hanoytagen.