ENSCO FLEET STATUS APRIL 2018 – NEW CONTRACTS

April 25, 2018

ENSCO fleet status April 2018: the offshore rig contractor headquartered in London released its fleet update with 11 new contacts or extensions and one contract termination due to force majeure:

Floaters
• ENSCO 8503 contract with Deep Gulf Energy in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico extended by two wells, with an estimated total duration of 130 days. Option wells transferred from ENSCO 8505
• ENSCO 8505 awarded a one-well contract with Eni in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico that is expected to commence in May 2018
• ENSCO 8505 awarded a two-well contract with Marubeni in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico that is expected to commence in May 2018
Jackups
• ENSCO 108 expected to work in the Middle East from 4Q18 to 4Q21
• ENSCO 68 awarded a three-well contract with Energy XXI in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico that is expected to commence in May 2018
• ENSCO 68 awarded a two-well contract with Castex Energy in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico that is expected to commence in July 2018
• ENSCO 72 awarded a seven-well contract with Petrofac in the North Sea that is expected to commence in April 2018
• ENSCO 101 contract with Neptune Energy in the North Sea extended by three wells, with an estimated total duration of seven months. ENSCO 101 contract with ENGIE transferred to Neptune Energy following its acquisition of ENGIE E&P International in February 2018
• ENSCO 101 awarded a one-well contract with Nautical Petroleum in the North Sea that is expected to commence in July 2018 during a break between the first and second well of the Neptune Energy contract noted above 4 days
Other
• ENSCO DS-10 commenced a one-year contract with Shell offshore Nigeria during March 2018
• ENSCO DS-7 commenced a six-well contract with Noble Energy offshore Israel during April 2018
• ENSCO 8504 contract terminated by customer due to force majeure (Repsol offshore Vietnam)
(Source: Ensco – Image: Ensco 101/Kev’s)