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Jackup Noble Hans Deul (400'-IC) is expected to mobilize offshore to begin operations with Spirit Energy in the UK sector over the coming days. The rig is currently in Nigg Bay, UK, where it has been since completing a contract with Shell in January 2018. Spirit will use Noble Hans Deul between April and December, which will include the drilling of the Chiswick infill well in the southern North Sea. Spirit also has two 100-day options available to it under the contract.

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Shell has extended the standby period for UDW drillship Noble Bully II through the remainder of 2018, albeit at an increased standby rate of $230,000. The rig has been on standby, first off Malaysia and currently in Singapore, at a rate of $200,000 since April 2017. The rig is with Shell under a 10-year contract that ends in April 2022.

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Further to a RigLogix report from 6 April, UDW drillship Noble Globetrotter I (10,000') has now left Malta and is en route to Egypt, where it will soon carryout a new campaign for current operator Shell. The rig will work at Phase 9b of the Burullus gas field in the Egyptian Mediterranean, which is part of the larger West Delta Deep Marine (WDDM) project. The rig recently arrived in the Mediterranean from the US Gulf of Mexico and is on hire with Shell until 2022, however it is not yet known how long it will remain in the region for.