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RECENT OFFSHORE RIG ACTIVITY NOTES SAMPLE
Spirit Energy has extended its contract for jackup Noble Hans Deul (400'-IC) in the UK sector by 65 days. This will keep the rig firmly committed until mid-December 2018 with two 100-day priced options remaining on the agreement. The rig is currently stacked in Nigg Bay, UK, and will start its new job with Spirit in early April.
UDW drillship Noble Globetrotter I (10,000') has departed its Gulf of Mexico standby location in South Timbalier Block 89 and is now enroute to Malta. The rig, which had been on standby since mid-January, is under contract with Shell until mid-July 2022. It is expected to arrive in Malta in early April. It is unclear at present why the rig is moving, what drilling it will undertake, or whether Malta is the final destination, but we will pass on that information as it is confirmed.
Shell is set to begin exploration drilling next month at Phase 9b of the Burullus gas field offshore Egypt, using UDW drillship Noble Globetrotter I (10,000'). The rig, which is currently en route from the US Gulf of Mexico, will drill at least two wells at the acreage. Burullus is part of the larger West Delta Deep Marine (WDDM) project. The rig is on long-term contract with Shell until 2022.