Offshore drilling company has been awarded drilling contracts for two of its 2014-built drillships Ocean BlackRhino and Ocean BlackHawk with Woodside in Senegal. Diamond Offshore has secured a well-based contract plus options from Woodside for its Ocean BlackRhino drillship. Under this deal, the rig will operate offshore Senegal for Woodside.
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Diamond Offshore for two well-based contracts for the drill rigs Ocean BlackRhino and Ocean BlackHawk. Following the grant of the Exploitation Authorisation by the Government of Senegal on 8 January 2020, the RSSD joint venture has received the relevant regulatory approvals to proceed, including the execution of the Host Government Agreement with the Government of Senegal.Diamond Offshore for two well-based contracts for the drill rigs Ocean BlackRhino and Ocean BlackHawk; Simon Thomson Chief Executive of Cairn said; “Cairn’s discoveries offshore Senegal from the country’s first deep water wells opened up a new basin on the Atlantic Margin. Cairn has operated three drilling programmes and successfully laid.Diamond Offshore Drilling has won a number of long-term charter contracts from US independent Hess for a pair of drillships. The Houston-based company also announced plans to retire and scrap six.
Diamond Offshore’s 6th-generation, ultra-deepwater drillships—the Ocean BlackHawk, Ocean BlackHornet, Ocean BlackRhino and Ocean BlackLion. While the cost of deepwater drilling has come down, we believe that all stakeholders in the offshore drilling industry must improve efficiency. To improve the health of our industry, we have to help our.
Diamond Offshore Drilling, Inc. is a global offshore oil and gas drilling contractor. The Company has a fleet of 44 offshore drilling rigs, consisting of 32 semisubmersibles, seven jack-ups and five dynamically positioned drillships, four of which are under construction.
In conjunction with this agreement, Diamond Offshore has ordered Helical Buoyancy from Trelleborg for drilling risers on the Ocean BlackRhino and Ocean BlackLion, two of Diamond Offshore’s sixth-generation drillships currently under contract in a high-current area in the Gulf of Mexico.
Drilling ahead: a rendering of Diamond Offshore's Ocean BlackRhino, which is on the Esox well for Hess. Hess under way at Esox wildcat in US Gulf US independent kicks off drilling at deep-water.
Diamond Offshore is a leader in offshore drilling, providing contract drilling services to the energy industry around the globe. Additional information and access to the Company's SEC filings are.
Diamond Offshore’s four ultra-deepwater drillships, Ocean BlackHawk, Ocean BlackHornet, Ocean BlackRhino and Ocean BlackLion, have all been operating under contracts in the US Gulf for Anadarko, BP and Hess. Overall, it has 13 semi-submersibles and drillships activated, with three rigs stacked, two in Malaysia and one in the Canary Islands. The semi-submersible.
Diamond Offshore Drilling, Inc. (NYSE:DO) Files An 8-K Results of Operations and Financial ConditionItem 2.02. Rig Status Report as of August 5, 2019 DIAMOND OFFSHORE DRILLING, INC. ExhibitEX-99.1.
Diamond Offshore Drilling, Inc. Rig Status Report April 29, 2019 Updated information noted in bold print filed by Diamond Offshore Drilling, Inc. on April 29th, 2019.
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In conjunction with this agreement, Diamond Offshore has ordered Helical Buoyancy from Trelleborg for drilling risers on the Ocean BlackRhino and Ocean BlackLion, two of Diamond Offshore's sixth-generation drillships currently under contract in a high-current area in the Gulf of Mexico.
Diamond Shines As Ultra-Deepwater Rig Revenue Rises The increase was partly attributed to two newbuild drillships, the sixth-generation Ocean BlackRhino drillship and the Ocean BlackHornet, starting contracts in the Gulf of Mexico for Murphy Oil and Anadarko Corp.