Borr Drilling, in conjunction with Nigerian partner company Valiant Energy Services West Africa, has received a letter of commitment from Total E&P Nigeria for the employment of its premium jack-up Frigg. The commitment is for a firm one year period with possible extension, commencing in the third quarter of 2017. The Frigg is a KFELS Super A Class High Specification jack-up, which entered into service in 2013. The unit, capable of operating in water depths of up to 400 ft and drilling to depths of 35,000 ft, is one of two premium jack-ups acquired by Borr in January this year.
Source: Energy Pedia
Borr Drilling, a recently established offshore drilling company, has received a letter of commitment from Total for the use of one of its jack-up rigs in Nigeria. According to the driller, which recently bought Transocean’s entire jack-up rig fleet, the company has, together with its Nigerian partner Valiant Energy Services West Africa, received the commitment letter from Total in Nigeria, for employment of the Frigg jack-up drilling rig. The commitment is for a firm one year contract, with an option to extend. The contract is expected to start in the third quarter of 2017.
Source: Offshore Energy Today