Transocean Ups Backlog by $366MM



Transocean Ups Backlog by $366MM
Transocean reported that it has added 10 contracts since last October.

Transocean Ltd. has added approximately $366 million in contract backlog during the past quarter, bringing its total backlog to $10.2 billion.

In its most recent quarterly fleet status report, Transocean's 10 new contracts since October include:

  • A two-well contract, plus three one-well options, in Norway for the Leiv Eiriksson semi-submersible rig
  • A three-well contract, plus three one-well options, in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico (GOM) for the Discoverer Inspiration drillship
  • An estimated 200-day contract, plus four 74-day options, for the Deepwater Asgard drillship in GOM
  • A one-year contract in Trinidad for the Development Driller III semisub
  • A 180-day contract, plus three one-well options, in Myanmar for the Dhirubhai Deepwater KG2 drillship
  • A one-well contract in Norway for the Leiv Eiriksson semisub
  • A one-year option exercised in GOM for the Deepwater Invictus drillship
  • Two one-well options in Norway exercised for the Transocean Norge semisub
  • A 180-day option in Malaysia exercised for the Deepwater Nautilus semisub
  • A 74-day option exercised for the Deepwater Asgard drillship in GOM

To review the fleet status report for the most recent quarter, which includes details such as customers and dayrates, visit the document on Transocean’s website.



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