Global contractor Dolphin Drilling has announced it has secured a Letter of Intent with a Norwegian operator. This time for a three well P&A operation on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
Bjørnar Iversen, chief executive of Dolphin Drilling, said: "This agreement further strengthens our operational backlog in Norway and builds on the resurgence of Dolphin. "Dolphin Drilling is a pioneer in North Sea drilling and continues to be one of the leading contractors in the industry. This contract aligns with our strategic intent of building a significant presence in the region and confirms the capability and performance of Dolphin Drilling as a company. I am positive that the excellent performance Borgland Dolphin and the onshore organisation has delivered over the recent operations for i3 Energy and A/S Norske Shell, combined with the fact that Borgland Dolphin is an efficient and green drilling unit with a very low Co2 emission compared to the rest of the NCS fleet, are the reasons why we continue seeing significant interest for the unit in the current market."
The work is scheduled to commence in the Norwegian Continental Shelf in Q2 2021.
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