Angola: Sapura rig contract

Issue 384 - 17 Jan 2019 | 1 minute read
Chevron subsidiary Cabinda Gulf Oil Company has given Sapura Energy Angola a contract for the provision of the semi-submersible tender-assisted drilling rig Sapura Jaya. The contract covers provision of the rig and drilling services for two years starting in Q2 2020, with a further two possible six-month extensions. Chevron operates Block 0 offshore Cabinda, which contains the Mafumeira field development, and Block 14, which lies west from Block 0.

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