Global drilling and engineering contractor KCA Deutag in the present day publicizes that its Norwegian operation, KCA Deutag Drilling Norge AS, has been granted an extension to its present drilling contract on the Ringhorne platform by the Norwegian operator Point Resources AS.
The contract extension is for the availability of drilling operations and upkeep providers on the Ringhorne platform working within the Norwegian North Sea. It has an preliminary time period of 4 years with the choice to increase by two additional durations of two years every.
Rune Lorentzen, President of Offshore commented: “KCA Deutag is delighted to have been awarded this contract extension. We have been the drilling contractor on the Ringhorne platform because it was first commissioned again in 2002, and we’re happy that the standard of our efficiency has as soon as once more been recognised.”
With over 40 years of platform drilling expertise, KCA Deutag is among the world’s largest platform providers operators. The group is presently accountable for the administration of drilling and upkeep operations on 32 platforms and two Gusto CJ70 Jack Ups. KCA Deutag has been working in Norway because the 1970s and earlier this month introduced that it had been awarded a brand new drilling contract on 5 of Statoil’s platforms working within the Oseberg and Kvitebjørn fields.
Ringhorne is an oil subject within the central a part of the North Sea, northeast of the Balder subject at pproximately 190 kilometres northwest of Stavanger. The water depth within the space is about 130 metres.
Point Resources operates the Balder, Ringhorne and Jotun fields. (Source: KCA Deutag)
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