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RECENT OFFSHORE RIG ACTIVITY NOTES SAMPLE
Seadrill is considering fitting UDW drillship West Eclipse (7,500') with a mooring system to be able to market the unit for work in Mexico and Equatorial Guinea. The rig is currently drilling the last well of its contract with ExxonMobil offshore Angola and is to be released thereafter. The rig has been on hire with the operator since June 2016 at a day rate of $340,000 and has no follow-on commitments in place yet.
Seadrill UDW drillship West Polaris (10,000') is to have a second Blow Out Preventer (BOP) installed. The rig recently rolled off a long-term contract with ExxonMobil, where it drilled at various locations off West Africa, and does not yet have any firm work in place.
Market sources suggest that Seadrill could be awarded a contract from Shell for the provision of UDW drillship West Capella (10,000') for work offshore Malaysia later this year. The rig is currently working for Repsol offshore Gabon and could then move to Aruba for another short campaign with Repsol before it commences a further mobilization over the Southeast Asia. The start date of the multi-well campaign is still to be confirmed and work is expected to be undertaken off Sabah and Sarawak. A contract has not yet been firmed up.