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Seadrill lands 18 month contract for the West Neptune in the GOM

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  • Jun 02, 2021
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According to Esgian, an Oslo based company that provides analytical tools for the energy industry, noted that LLOG has secured the ultra-deepwater drillship West Neptune for an 18-month drilling campaign in the US Gulf of Mexico. The contract is believed to begin in Q4 2021 and includes the drilling of 6 wells and includes three 1-well options thereafter.

 

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