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image descriptionRECENT OFFSHORE RIG ACTIVITY NOTES SAMPLE

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Japan Drilling MDW semi Hakuryu-5 (1,640') has departed Korsakov in Russia and is now headed to Labuan to prepare for an upcoming program in block SK320 with Mubadala Petroleum. That work should keep the rig busy to early February 2018, with a 30-day option also available. Upon completion of that contract, Rosneft will take the rig to Vietnam for a campaign that will keep it working to June 2018.



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Further to a RigLogix report from 14 August, market sources indicate that Eni will sublet Cat D MDW semi Songa Enabler (1,640') from Statoil for a three-well program at the Goliat field, offshore Norway. The program will include the drilling of the first three of eight infill wells to be drilled at the Barents Sea field. Work is scheduled to begin in the first part of 2018. The rig is currently on sublet from Statoil to Bayerngas for one well, and will then pass to Aker BP for a three-well sublet before moving to the new sublet contract with Eni. The unit is then committed to Statoil until 2023 at least.



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Further to a RigLogix report from 14 August, market sources indicate that Eni will sublet Cat D MDW semi Songa Enabler (1,640') from Statoil for a three-well program at the Goliat field, offshore Norway. The program will include the drilling of the first three of eight infill wells to be drilled at the Barents Sea field. Work is scheduled to begin in the first part of 2018. The rig is currently on sublet from Statoil to Bayerngas for one well, and will then pass to Aker BP for a three-well sublet before moving to the new sublet contract with Eni. The unit is then committed to Statoil until 2023 at least.