Transocean announces harsh environment contract award
Published by Sara Simper,
Transocean Ltd. has announced contract fixtures for two of its harsh environment semisubmersibles. Together, the fixtures represent approximately US$113 million in firm contract backlog.
‘Transocean Endurance’ was awarded a multi-well plug and abandonment contract in Australia with an independent operator. The estimated 240 day contract is expected to commence in January 2024 and contribute approximately US$91 million in backlog, excluding fees for mobilisation. The contract also provides for a series of options, potentially keeping the rig in Australia through the 4Q25.
In Norway, Wintershall DEA exercised a one-well option on ‘Transocean Norge’. The well is expected to commence in May 2023 ahead of the existing firm term for 60 days and contribute approximately US$22 million in backlog.
“These fixtures represent additional evidence of the strength of this cyclical recovery, notably for our harsh environment assets,” said Jeremy Thigpen, Transocean’s CEO. “Coupled with the awards for the ‘Transocean Enabler’ and ‘Transocean Encourage’ that were recently announced, we have added an incremental US$494 million in backlog from our high-specification harsh environment fleet.”
Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/contracts-and-tenders/30032023/transocean-announces-harsh-environment-contract-award/
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