GSP Uranus enters long-term drilling contract offshore Romania

Offshore staff

CONSTANTA, RomaniaOMV Petrom has contracted Grup Servicii Petroliere (GSP) for drilling and workover operations in the Romanian sector of the Black Sea, using the jackup GSP Uranus.

GSP Uranus is a three-legged, self-elevating, cantilever type Marathon Le Tourneau Class 116-C jackup, which recently underwent a $44-million upgrade/reclassification program, managed and supervised by GSP Shipyard in Constanta and ABS.

Last weekend a convoy comprising GSP King, GSP Licorn and two other tug vessels began the rig move from Constanta Sud Agigea Port to the first offshore drilling location of the two-year campaign.


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