Transocean Ltd. Provides Quarterly Fleet Status Report
This quarter’s report includes the following updates:
- Seventh Generation Ultra-Deepwater Drillship (Deepwater Invictus, Deepwater Thalassa, or Deepwater Proteus) – Awarded a 1,080-day contract in
Mexicoat a rate of $480,000.
- Transocean Equinox – Awarded a five-well contract, plus a one-well option in
Australiaat a rate of $455,000.
- Transocean Equinox – Awarded a sixteen-well contract in
Australiaat a rate of $485,000, plus 21 one-well options at rates between $485,000and $540,000.
- Transocean Endurance – Awarded a two-well contract in
Norwayat a rate of $385,000.
- Transocean Barents – Awarded a one-well contract in
Lebanonat a rate of $365,000, plus 3 one-well options at rates that may vary between $350,000and $390,000.
- Transocean Encourage – Customer exercised six one-well options in
Norwayat a current rate of $464,000.
- Transocean Norge – Customer exercised a one-well option in
Norwayat a current rate of $365,000and 3 one-well options at a current rate of $420,000.
- Transocean Barents – Customer exercised a one-well option in the
East Mediterranean Seaat a rate of $370,000.
The aggregate incremental backlog associated with these fixtures is approximately
The report can be accessed on the company’s website: www.deepwater.com.
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