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RECENT OFFSHORE RIG ACTIVITY NOTES SAMPLE
Statoil is seeking approval from the Norwegian authorities to drill the 15/3-10 Sigrun appraisal well in the North Sea, using Odfjell MDW semi Deepsea Bergen (1,476'). The well will be located around 180 km from the coast and water depth in the region is around 354'. Drilling is planned to begin in the second quarter of 2018. The rig is committed to Statoil from around June 2018 until around early 2019, with options available that could last until fourth quarter 2019.
Statoil has received consent from the Norwegian authorities to drill the 16/1-29 (Lille Prinsen) well in PL 167 of the North Sea, using Odfjell Drilling MDW semi Deepsea Bergen (1,476'). Operations will take around 37 days, depending on whether a discovery is made, and operations will commence in February 2018. In December, Statoil declared the first of four options on its contract for the rig.
Copper Energy has submitted its plans to the Australian authorities for the abandonment of one and drilling of two development wells on the Sole field in VIC/L32, using Diamond Offshore UDW semi Ocean Monarch (10,000'). The operator plans to drill the Sole-3 and Sole-4 development wells and to abandon the Sole-2 well, as part of ongoing field development operations within Sole. Operations will be undertaken in water depths of 410' of water and will commence in the first half of 2018. The rig is currently undergoing maintenance operations in Freemantle port, Australia.