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RECENT OFFSHORE RIG ACTIVITY NOTES SAMPLE
Byron Energy has awarded ENSCO a contract for its South Marsh Island Block 71 well in the Gulf of Mexico. Jackup ENSCO 68 (400'-IC) will mobilize to the location in late November, with operations lasting around 60 days. The rig will drill and complete the F002 well and complete the previously-drilled F001 well. Byron says it expects production in the block to begin in late January 2018, about 10 days after the rig leaves the location. The ENSCO 68 is currently working For W&T Offshore and is scheduled to complete that contract on September 23.
Jackup ENSCO 122 (400'-IC) has completed work for Ithaca Energy in the Harrier Field in UK Block 30/6a and the rig is now enroute to Block L13 in The Netherlands to begin a three-well plus options contract for NAM. The firm portion of the work should keep the rig occupied into January 2018. The option period is not completely defined, but could run through December 2020 if all are exercised.
Further to March and August 2017 RigLogix reports, indications from Brazil now say Total is likely to take UDW drillship ENSCO DS-9 to its Lapa pre-salt development drilling program off Brazil starting in mid-2018. The operator was set to take the rig for drilling in its Foz do Amazonas prospect, but the latest drilling permit was rejected by Brazilian federal regulator Ibama. It is understood Total and ENSCO are now in discussions regarding contract work scope and duration as well as day rate. It is expected the new deal will include options in the event approval is gained for the Foz do Amazonas two-well campaign. The ENSCO DS-9 is currently idle in Singapore and has been since July 2015 after ConocoPhillips terminated what was to be a multi-year program in the Gulf of Mexico.