Norwegian semi-submersible rig owner Dolphin Drilling has secured as new contract with Ineos Energy on the Norwegian continental shelf.
The work is scheduled to commence during the third quarter of 2021, and is for the drilling of the Fat Canyon well in the Norwegian Sea. The company will be utilising 1977-built rig Borgland Dolphin and the estimated duration is 40 days.
“We are grateful and thrilled for the opportunity and trust given to us, drilling the first well for INEOS Energy on the Norwegian continental shelf. This agreement further strengthens our operational backlog in Norway and continues the resurgence for Dolphin.” Bjørnar Iversen, chief executive of Dolphin Drilling, said.
This contract secures continuous work for the 44-year-old Borgland Dolphin through 2021.
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