Maersk Drilling has revealed two new contracts in its latest fleet status report, adding to a string of new contracts announced since the beginning of the year.
The Maersk Resilient rig, built in 2008, has been awarded a one-well contract with NAM in the UK. The contract is scheduled to start in the second quarter and has a duration of about 125 days. The contract is valued at about $10.1 million and includes an option for one well.
In addition, the Maersk Discoverer semisubmersible platform, built in 2009, has been awarded a one-well contract with Shell subsidiary BG International in Trinidad and Tobago. The contract will commence in the third quarter of this year and has an estimated duration of 154 days.
Since the beginning of the year, Maersk Drilling has announced contracts with Spirit Energy, Total, Tullow Oil, Aker BP, KNOC and Equinor.