Maersk Oil Qatar jacks-up Al Shaheen

October 7, 2013

Maersk Oil Qatar (MOQ) and Gulf Drilling International (GDI) have signed two new contracts; one two-year contract for the GDI jack-up drilling rig (rig B-341), and another three-year contract for a new GDI offshore accommodation jack-up.

The total value of these contracts is more than US$205 million (750 million Qatari Riyals). 

The October contracts are the second and third major agreements between GDI and MOQ in 2013.

In February, the companies signed a contract for the offshore jack-up drilling rig Al Jassra, which is now working in the Al Shaheen field.

This makes the total agreements signed between MOQ and GDI in 2013 worth in total about US$428.5 million (QR 1.56 billion).



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