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RECENT OFFSHORE RIG ACTIVITY NOTES SAMPLE
Word from the region is that the start date for PTTEP on its eight-well Phase 1 drilling in the Zawtika field off Myanmar has been pushed from February to April as MOGE has yet to approve the rig. As reported by RigLogix on January 1, 2018, Noble received the LOI in late December 2017. Phase 1 is expected to take around eight months to complete, pushing rig availability to mid-December. There could then be a 3-6 month gap before the 7-9 well Phase 2 starts.
Noble Corporation now says the upcoming downtime time on jackup Noble Gene House (300'-IC) will now by only for 30 days, instead of the previously-reported 110. The rig will undergo regulatory inspections on the rig starting 2Q/2018, with the rig at a $0 day rate during the yard time, after which it will return to its $65,000 operating rate. Noble's contract with Saudi Aramco runs to mid-November 2018. The rig has been with the operator since the end of November 2011.
DW semi Noble Paul Romano (6,000') will now complete its contract with Hess Corporation in the Gulf of Mexico in early April, some 30 days ahead of the previous schedule. No word was given for the early completion, but Noble currently has no other work lined up for the rig. Some reports, however, say the rig could be in line for a contract award believed to be in West Africa. We will report that information if and when a deal is confirmed.