Brazilian offshore driller Constellation Oil Services has secured contract extensions from Petrobras for two of its rigs.
Brazil’s state-controlled energy giant has opted to keep the 1976-built semisub Atlantic Star in operation until January 2025.
Meanwhile, the 2012-built drillship Amaralina Star has been secured for an additional 12 months keeping it working offshore Brazil into October 2025.
In related Petrobras news, two tenders have been recently launched for to hire of offshore well intervention rigs. Under the first tender, Petrobras is seeking two riser-based units for water depths of up to 2,400m, while the second call is for a riserless unit for water depths of up to 1,500m.
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