Songa completes delayed work on drilling rig

Offshore staff

LIMASSOL, Cyprus – Songa Offshore says modifications to the semisubmersible Songa Trym are now completed after some delay. The rig is on a standby rate while client Statoil performs an upgrade to the mud system.

Thereafter, the rig will enter into its three-plus-two year contract for Statoil offshore Norway under direct Songa Offshore management.

All Songa rigs are now operational, three on long-term contracts for Statoil.


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