Maersk Drilling has secured contracts for a two-well challenge for the drillship Maersk Valiant with Repsol Exploracion Mexico, S.A. de C.V. for work in Block 10 and 29 offshore Mexico within the Gulf of Mexico. The contracts have an anticipated length of 138 days and are set to start in March 2020. In addition to the agency workscope, the contracts embody two one-well choices.
The Maersk Valiant is a high-specification seventh era drillship with built-in MPD functionality. It is at the moment warm-stacked in Port Fourchon, Louisiana.
“We are very happy to develop our working relationship with Repsol by this dedication, which additionally provides to our presence within the thrilling Mexican deepwater market following the lately disclosed contract for Maersk Developer. In addition, it’s price noting that Maersk Drilling’s total floater fleet is now signed up for present or future work, that means that every one floaters are actually activated and might be obtainable for extra contracts with restricted to no stacking interval,” says CCIO Morten Kelstrup of Maersk Drilling.
The ultra-deepwater drillship was constructed at Geoje Shipyard by Samsung Heavy Industries and delivered in April 2014.
(Source: Maersk Drilling)
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