Noble drillship goes offline for thruster repair

The Noble Bob Douglas drillship is contracted to work offshore Suriname
The Noble Bob Douglas is contracted to work offshore Suriname between April and June 2017. (Photo courtesy Noble Corp.)

Offshore staff

SUGAR LAND, TexasNoble Corp. has issued a brief update on its offshore drilling rig fleet.

The Noble Bob Douglas is contracted to work offshore Suriname between April and June 2017.

Noble anticipates around 20 days of operational downtime for the Noble Bully I for thruster repairs during the current quarter.

A client has exercised its right to early termination of a contract for the Noble Tom Prosser, which is now set to conclude during the second half of September.

The client owes Noble a demobilization fee, plus 50% of the operating day rate through the original contract expiration date.

08/17/2016

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