Maersk gets new contract for Resilient Rig

Maersk gets new contract for Resilient Rig

07-11-2018 10:00:00

Maersk Drilling has been promised a drilling contract from a anonyms operator for their rig Maersk Resilient. On Tuesday November 6, it was announced In the company's fleet status report that the contract for Maersk Resilient is scheduled to begin in April 2019 and will last for four months.

The rig’s former contract was with Maersk Oil in Denmark. It was subsequently transferred to French company Total, after Maersk Oil was taken over by Total. The three-year contract for 110 million dollars expired in October 2018.

Maersk Resilient was the first in a series of four identical high-performance jack-up rigs, and was built by Keppel FELS in 2008. It is build for high pressure-/ high temperature drilling and is designed to operate the entire year in the North Sea, in water depths up to 107 meters and has a leg length of 148 meters. The rig has capacity for 120 people.

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