Stena IceMAX Drillship to Work for Shell in French Guiana

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Stena IceMAX Drillship to Work for Shell in French Guyana

Stena Drilling has been awarded a 5 year worldwide drilling contract by Shell for the new build Stena IceMAX. The drilling contract which is on market dayrates will commence this month when the vessel is delivered from the yard in South Korea.

The first assignment for the vessel will be in French Guiana. Stena IceMAX will be the world’s first dynamically positioned, dual mast ice-class +1A1 drillship, allowing for safe and efficient operations in Arctic conditions. Stena IceMAX is currently under construction by Samsung Heavy Industries at their Geoje Shipyard in South Korea and is the fourth vessel in the Stena DrillMAX fleet.

Following their successful delivery, Stena DrillMAX, Stena Carron and Stena Forth are currently in worldwide operation. Stena IceMAX is based on the existing Stena DrillMAX vessels, providing the optimum layout/specification for a vast range of world-wide operational requirements.

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Source: Stena Drilling, March 23, 2012

 

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