Noble Corporation finds work for its offshore rigs
- Business & Finance
Offshore drilling contractor Noble Corporation has secured more work for its offshore drilling rigs in Myanmar and Trinidad.
According to Noble’s latest fleet status report, published on Thursday, February 6, the semi-submersible rig Noble Clyde Boudreaux has been awarded a contract with Berlanga for operations offshore Myanmar.
The deal starts in mid-March 2020 and it will last until late April 2020 at a dayrate of $135,000. The contract also includes one one-well option.
The rig has been working for PTTEP, also offshore Myanmar, since August 2018. This gig is scheduled to end in mid-March 2020. The dayrate for this contract is undisclosed.
In Trinidad, the jack-up rig Noble Regina Allen has been awarded a contract extension from BHP from February 2021 to March 2021 with a dayrate of $120,000.
At the moment, the rig is expected to leave a shipyard for a contract in Canada with Encana, which expires in late June 2020. After this deal has ended, the rig is scheduled for contract preparation and mobilization to Trinidad.
In Saudi Arabia, Noble expects about two weeks of planned maintenance at zero dayrate in 3Q 2020 for the Noble Roger Lewis jack-up rig.
Offshore Energy Today Staff
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