Borr Drilling Gets Contracts in Mexico

March 18, 2019

Image: Borr Drilling Limited
Image: Borr Drilling Limited

Borr Drilling, one of the youngest drilling companies in the offshore industry, has secured offshore drilling contracts with oil company Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex), which will see two new build jack-ups deployed in Mexico.

Jack-up rig contractor said in a press release that it has received an official award from Pemex in partnership with OPEX Perforadora S.A. de C.V. for the delivery of offshore wells in Mexico.

Under this award, Borr will deliver a total of 9 offshore development wells to our customer under an integrated services model.

The scope of services will include the deployment of two of the Company’s premium new build jack-ups, the “Grid” and “Gersemi”, both of PPL 400 design which are built to meet the requirements of PEMEX, for period estimated to be around 18 months and expected commencement in mid-2019.

Further, under this project, Borr will leverage on its strategic collaboration with our partner and main shareholder, Schlumberger, to provide comprehensive oilfield services and deliver an end-to-end well solution to our customer.  



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