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RECENT OFFSHORE RIG ACTIVITY NOTES SAMPLE
Petroserv DW semi Louisiana (6,234') has reached Sri Lanka on its way to India and a three-year contract with ONGC. The rig should arrive in Kakinada shortly and mobilize to location later this month. The rig is moving from Brazil where it had been idle since November 2015.
Tullow Oil has awarded Maersk Drilling a four-year contract for UDW drillship Maersk Venturer (12,000') for development drilling on the Jubilee and TEN fields offshore Ghana. Work will begin in March and keeps the rig working into early 2022. The drillship departed Aruba in late December and is expected to arrive at Takoradi in mid-January. Prior to getting the conbtract, the rig had been idle since completing work off Uruguay in June 2016.
Statoil says that it is still waiting on a weather window to enable newbuild Cat J jackup Askeladden (492'-IC) to move to out to work at the Norwegian Gullfaks field. The rig has been at the CCB yard since arriving from South Korea in June 2017. The rig will be committed to the operator until at least 2025, with further options available thereafter.