Downtime for Songa Trym Caused by BOP Rubber Wear

Songa Offshore, an international offshore drilling company, announces its rig update for July.

Songa Venus achieved an operating efficiency of 98% during the month working for Mubadala Petroleum in Vietnam.

Songa Mercur was in transit from Cuba to Vietnam for the start-up of the contract with ENI Vietnam.

Songa Trym achieved an operating efficiency of 66% during the month. The downtime was caused by a premature wear of BOP rubber goods that were newly installed during the first quarter 2013 yard stay. The rig was back in operation on July 25.

Songa Dee achieved an operating efficiency of 100% working for Statoil in Norway.

Songa Delta achieved an operating efficiency of 100% working for Statoil in Norway.

Press Release, August 5, 2013

 

 

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