Offshore driller EnscoRowan has nabbed eight rig contracts and contract extensions with the likes of Total, Kosmos, NAM, Neptune Energy and others.
In a fleet status update on April 29, the company, formed earlier this month after a merger between Ensco and Rowan, said it had secured work for three floaters and five jack-ups.
In the floater segment, EnscoRowan said that Total had awarded the ENSCO DS-9 drillship a four-well contract with offshore Brazil. Total will also have two 1-well options to extend. The contract for the ENSCO DS9 is scheduled to begin in June 2019 and should the rig busy until May 2020. The rig had previously worked for Total in French Guiana before that contract expired in March.