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RECENT OFFSHORE RIG ACTIVITY NOTES SAMPLE
Noble has reported that it expects jackup Noble Hans Deul (400'-IC) to continue on a contract with Shell in the UK North Sea until mid-November 2017. As reported by RigLogix on 16 June, Shell exercised its early contract termination clause for the rig and it was due to end its contract in September 2017, however this end date has now been pushed out by two months. The contract was originally due to finish in August 2018. The rig has worked exclusively for Shell since its delivery in 2008.
Further to a RigLogix report from 16 June, ExxonMobil has signed a three-year contract with Noble Drilling for the provision of UDW drillship Noble Bob Douglas (12,000') for work offshore Guyana. Work under the contract will commence in either first or second quarter of 2018 and continue into the first or second quarter of 2021. It is understood that the drillship will be put to work at the operator's Liza development, which requires the use of two rigs drilling simultaneously to complete 17 development wells plus additional exploration wells in the surrounding Canje and Kaieteur blocks. The rig just completed a one-workover contract for Murphy Oil in the US Gulf of Mexico and is currently moving to a stack location in the Grand Isle area. It will next mobilize to Suriname to undertake a contract to drill the Araku-1 exploration well for Tullow Oil that will keep it working until November 2017. There will be a short idle gap between the end of work in Suriname and start of the campaign for ExxonMobil off Guyana and Noble is expected to stack the rig in Aruba.
MDW semi ENSCO 5004 has completed its standby period off Libya for Melitah O&G and is now mobilizing back to Block NC41 to resume work. The rig is under contract with Melitah through June 2018 and has worked for the operator since August 2014.