OMV Petrom has contracted the jackup GSP Uranus for a new round of development drilling in the Romanian sector of the Black Sea – GSP reports on its website
The rig will drill two wells on the Lebada-East field in the Istria block, at subsurface depths of more than 2,000 m (6,562 ft), designed to increase production.
The project is part of an OMV Petrom investment aiming at increasing the production from the Lebada-East field by drilling two new wells at more than 2,000 m subsurface.
Over the course of 15 years, we have completed various offshore drilling projects in the Black Sea. Each and every project is a new challenge and we trust that, through our expertise, we will contribute to the development of the regional Oil & Gas production.” said Gabriel Comanescu, President of GSP Holding.
The GSP Uranus is a cantilever type, Marathon Le Tourneau Class 116-C design rig with a maximum drilling depth of 7,600 m (24,934 ft).
July 1, 2019