The operations are due to commence in 2H22, offshore Eastern Canada for the drilling of one firm well. To perform this well, the Stena Forth shall mobilise from the Eastern Mediterranean to Canada after an agreement was reached to accommodate this well for ExxonMobil within the Stena Forth’s contractual backlog.
It is planned that the rig shall return to the Eastern Mediterranean upon completion of operations in Canada.
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