Transocean issued a quarterly Fleet Status Report that gives the present standing of, and contract info for, the corporate’s fleet of offshore drilling rigs.
This quarter’s report contains the next updates:
• Deepwater Invictus – Customer exercised a one-well choice within the U.S. Gulf of Mexico;
• Deepwater Skyros – Customer exercised a 370-day choice in Angola;
• Discoverer Inspiration – Awarded a nine-well contract within the U.S. Gulf of Mexico;
• Dhirubhai Deepwater KG2 – Awarded a one-well contract, plus two one-well choices in Brunei;
• Petrobras 10000 – Awarded a two-year contract in Brazil;
• Deepwater Nautilus – Customer exercised two one-well choices;
• Deepwater Nautilus – Awarded a one-well contract;
• Transocean Norge – Awarded a four-well contract, plus 5 one-well choices in Norway;
• Transocean Spitsbergen – Customer exercised two one-well choices in Norway;
• Transocean Barents – Customer terminated its contract for comfort in Norway;
• Transocean Barents – Awarded a two-well contract in Norway
As of July 21, the corporate’s whole backlog is roughly $7.three billion.
Transocean owns or has partial possession pursuits in, and operates a fleet of, 37 cellular offshore drilling items consisting of 27 ultra-deepwater floaters and 10 harsh setting floaters. In addition, Transocean is establishing two ultra-deepwater drillships.
(Source: Transocean – Image: Transocean Spitsbergen semi-submersible)
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