Transocean suggested that the ultra-deepwater drillships Deepwater Discovery, Deepwater Frontier, and Deepwater Millennium and the midwater floater Songa Trym are categorised as held on the market and might be retired in an environmentally accountable approach.
The ultra-deepwater drillships Deepwater Frontier, Deepwater Millenium and Deepwater Discovery, succesful to drill in water depths as much as 10,000 ft had been constructed at Geoje Shipyard by Samsung Heavy Industries and delivered in 1999 and 2000. Deepwater Frontier and Deepwater Discovery and Deepwater Frontier have been stacked since 2015, Deepwater Millenium since 2016.
The mid-water semi-submersible Songa Trym, acquired as a part of the latest Transocean’s acquisition of rival Songa Offshore. was constructed by Aker Kvaerner in Verdal, Norway, in 1976. The unit was als0 often known as Deepsea Trym, La Muralla, Daysland One and Nortrym.
Transocean expects its second quarter 2018 outcomes to incorporate an estimated non-cash cost of roughly $520 million. The firm mentioned that it continues to judge the long-term competitiveness of its fleet, extra rigs could also be recognized as candidates for retirement. (Source: Transocean – Image: Songa Trym / Baltic Shipyard)
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