Offshore drilling contractor Pacific Drilling has been awarded a one-well extension for its drillship working for French oil main Total in Mauritania.
In its second quarter 2019 report on Monday, Pacific stated that the contract for the Pacific Santa Ana drillship had been prolonged by Total for one properly in Mauritania.
Pacific Drilling CEO, Bernie Wolford, stated: “We added backlog for our fleet as an possibility was exercised for Pacific Santa Ana. The ramp-up of Pacific Khamsin, in preparation for its contract with Equinor, stays on schedule for begin of operations in November.”
It is price reminding that the 2011-built drillship acquired a contract to function in Senegal for one agency properly and in Mauritania for one possibility properly with Total again in March and the contract began in April 2019.
According to data on Bassoe Offshore, the drillship’s dayrate below the a part of the contract which expired on the finish of July was $165,000.
Pacific Drilling reported a web loss for second-quarter 2019 of $73.6 million in comparison with web lack of $84 million in first-quarter 2019.
Pacific Drilling’s second-quarter 2019 contract drilling income was $76.four million, which included $three.eight million in reimbursable income.
This in comparison with first-quarter 2019 contract drilling income of $65.9 million, which included $three.four million in reimbursable income. The enhance in income resulted primarily from the Pacific Santa Ana commencing operations with Total in Senegal.