Maersk Drilling unveils two new contracts with Shell and NAM
In its latest fleet status report, Maersk Drilling has disclosed two new contracts, adding to a raft of new contracts announced since the beginning of the year.
A one-well contract with NAM in the UK was awarded to Maersk Resilient, a jackup rig built in 2008.
The contract is expected to begin in the second quarter and has a period of approximately 125 days. The deal is priced at about $10.1 million, and involves a one-well option.
The contract is expected to begin in the third quarter of this year and will last an estimated 154 days.
Maersk Drilling has been announcing contracts with Spirit Energy, Total, Tullow Oil, Aker BP, KNOC and Equinor since the beginning of this year.
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