Energy Drilling Wins Work in Malaysia

May 24, 2019

EDrill-2 preparing to berth in Singapore in April (Photo: Justin Tan of Kim Heng Yard)
EDrill-2 preparing to berth in Singapore in April (Photo: Justin Tan of Kim Heng Yard)

Singapore based Energy Drilling said it has received a letter of award (LOA) on May 15 from EnQuest to perform drilling services on the Seligi Field offshore Peninsula Malaysia with the tender assist rig (TAD) EDrill-2. The contract calls for two firm wells plus two option wells.

Marcus Chew, CEO of Energy Drilling, said the deal marks the company's entry into Malaysia.

Energy Drilling said it plans to mobilize EDrill-2 in early July.

The rig, which has worked continuously for PTTEPI, Myanmar on the Zawtika Field since its delivery in December 2015, is currently in Kim Heng Shipyard, Singapore, for preparations ahead of the campaign.



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