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Perenco contracts Energy Enhancer jackup

Posted on 25 January 2011

The Energy Enhancer jackup complete two well abandonments in the UK Southern North Sea.

The Energy Enhancer jackup will complete two well abandonments in the UK Southern North Sea.

Northern Offshore subsidiary Northern Offshore UK has been awarded a contract with Perenco UK for the Energy Enhancer jackup. The contract covers two well abandonments on the Welland Field in the UK Southern North Sea and is scheduled to commence immediately following completion of the rig’s current commitment. The abandonment programs are expected to take a total of 60 days to complete. Perenco has options to extend the contract for up to three additional wells with an estimated duration of 60 days per well.

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