Rig: Hakuryu-11

Name Hakuryu-11
Owner Japan Drilling (Netherlands) B.V.
Manager Japan Drilling Co., Ltd.
Rig Type Jackup
Sub Type Independent Leg Cantilever
Jackup Type High-Specification
Max Water Depth (ft) 425
Max Drill Depth (ft) 35000
Dimensions (ft) 246 x 224 x 25
Leg Length (ft) 531
Competitive Yes

Current Location

Country Indonesia
Region South East Asia

Drilling Equipment

Drawworks Type National Oilwell Varco ADS 10Q
Drawworks HP 4600
Mud Pumps Type National Oilwell Varco 14-P-220 Triplex
Top Drive National Oilwell Varco TDS-1000
Hookload Capacity (lbs) 2000000

Rig Construction Details

Rig Design Keppel FELS
Rig Model Super B Class
Year Built 2013
Country of Build Singapore
Yard Name Pioneer Yard I
Group Yard Name Keppel Offshore & Marine Ltd.

Rig Contract Details

Operating Status Operational
Operator Premier Oil

News

27 Oct 2014

Lundin comes up dry with Gobi-1

Lundin Petroleum AB (Lundin Petroleum) announces that the exploration drilling of the Gobi prospect in the Gurita PSC, Natuna Sea, Indonesia has been completed.Gobi-1 wildcat exploration well was drilled to a final depth of 2,373 meters below mean sea level (MSL) using the Hakuryu-11 drilling rig. The well was drilled through the Miocene to Oligocene primary and secondary objectives and reached basement as planned. Gobi-1 encountered well developed sandstone reservoir, but no hydrocarbon shows were encountered and the well is being plugged and abandoned as a dry hole. Lundin Petroleum, through its wholly owned subsidiary Lundin Gurita BV, is the operator and has a 90 percent working interest in the Gurita PSC. Nido Petroleum Limited is a partner with 10 percent working interest.

13 Oct 2014

Lundin spuds Gobi-1 well in Indonesia

Lundin Petroleum spuds exploration well on the Gobi prospect in the Natuna SeaLundin Petroleum AB (Lundin Petroleum) is pleased to announce that it has commenced exploration drilling in the Gurita PSC, Natuna Sea, Indonesia. Gobi-1 is a wildcat oil exploration well designed to test the hydrocarbon potential of Oligocene and Early Miocene stacked fluvial reservoirs in a 3-way fault dependent structure in the Jemaja Basin. Lundin Petroleum estimates the Gobi prospect to have the potential to contain unrisked, gross, prospective resources of 25 million barrels of oil equivalent (MMboe). The planned total depth is 2,400 metres below mean sea level (MSL) and the drilling and evaluation is expected to take approximately 30 days using the ‘Hakuryu-11’ rig. Lundin Petroleum, through its wholly owned subsidiary Lundin Gurita BV, is the operator and has a 90 percent working interest in the Gurita PSC. Partner is Nido Petroleum Limited with 10 percent working interest.

8 Oct 2014

'Hakuryu 11' mobilises to drill Gobi-1 well

Nido Petroleum Limited (Nido) has been advised by Lundin Gurita B.V., Operator of the Gurita Production Sharing Contract (‘PSC’) offshore Republic of Indonesia, that the ‘Hakuryu 11’ jack-up rig has commenced mobilisation to the Gobi-1 well location. Nido will update the market once the ‘Hakuryu-11’ commences drilling operations at the Gobi-1 well. Nido currently has a 10% working interest in the Gurita PSC.

23 Sep 2014

Lundin advises that Gobi-1 well spud date has been pushed back

Nido Petroleum Limited (Nido) has advised that the operator of the Gurita PSC, offshore Indonesia, Lundin Gurita BV (Lundin) has informed the joint venture that the rig for the Gobi-1 well will now become available to the Joint Venture in early October 2014. On the basis of Lundin’s updated advice, the Gobi-1 well is now expected to spud in mid-October 2014. The ‘Hakuryu-11’ jackup rig is the unit set to drill the Gobi-1 well after it has completed the Ratu Gajah well for Premier Oil in Indonesia. Following the completion of the Gobi-1 well, ‘Hakuryu-11’ will return to work for Premier Oil by drilling the Anoa Deep appraisal well in Indonesia.

21 Aug 2014

Gobi-1 well set to spud in late September

Nido Petroleum Limited (Nido) is pleased to advise that the Operator of the Gurita PSC, offshore Indonesia, Lundin Gurita BV has advised that the rig for the Gobi-1 well will become available to the Joint Venture in September 2014. On the basis of Operator’s advice, the Company now expects to spud the well in late September 2014. Nido currently has a 10% working interest in the Gurita PSC. The Gobi-1 well is expected to be spudded using the ‘Hakuryu-11’ jackup rig.

11 Mar 2014

Lundin completes Boni-1 well in the Natuna sea, offshore Indonesia

Lundin Petroleum AB (Lundin) announces that the exploration drilling of the Boni prospect in the Baronang PSC, Natuna Sea, Indonesia has been completed. On 11th March 2014 drilling of the Boni-1 well reached Total Depth at 2,214 metres below mean sea level in the granitic basement as per the drilling programme. Preliminary analysis of LWD logs indicates that the well encountered the targeted Oligocene Lower Gabus Formation sandstone in well-developed reservoirs but no hydrocarbons were encountered. The Boni-1 side-track will be permanently plugged and abandoned in conjunction with Balqis-1. Rig contract owner Premier Oil has exercised its option to take the ‘Hakuyru-11’ rig following the drilling of the Balqis-1 and Boni-1 wells. The Gobi-1 exploration well, located in the Gurita PSC Republic of Indonesia, will now be drilled in the fourth quarter of 2014. Lundin, through its wholly owned subsidiary Lundin Baronang BV, is the operator and has an 85 percent working interest in the Baronang PSC. Partner Nido Petroleum Limited has a 15 percent working interest, where the recent 5 percent increase remains subject to governmental approval. Lundin operates five PSCs in Indonesia, namely Baronang, Cakalang, Gurita, South Sokang and Cendrawasih VII.

4 Mar 2014

'Hakuryu-11' completes drilling of the Balqis-1 well in Indonesia

Lundin Petroleum announces that the exploration drilling of the Balqis prospect in the Baronang PSC, Natuna Sea, Indonesia has been completed. Preliminary analysis of wireline logs indicates that the well encountered the targeted Oligocene Upper and Lower Gabus Formation sandstone in well developed reservoirs but no hydrocarbons were encountered. The Balqis-1 well reached basement at a total depth of 2,109 metres below mean sea level (MSL). The lower section of the Balqis-1 will now be plugged and abandoned and the drilling of the Boni-1 exploration side-track well will commence below the Balqis-1 9 5/8” casing shoe. The Boni-1 side-track well will test the stratigraphic on-lap play of the Lower Gabus Formation sandstones against the Basement approximately 800 metres to the west of the vertical Balqis-1 well. Lundin Petroleum estimates the Boni prospect to have the potential to contain unrisked, gross, prospective resources of 55 million barrels oil equivalent (MMboe). The planned total vertical depth is 2,300 metres below MSL and the drilling is expected to take approximately 5 days. Nido Petroleum Limited exercised its option in accordance with the farm-in agreement to increase its participating interest from 10 percent to 15 percent in the Baronang PSC on the 24th February 2014. The five percentage point increase remains subject to governmental approval. Lundin Petroleum, through its wholly owned subsidiary Lundin Baronang BV, is the operator and has a 85 percent working interest in the Baronang PSC. Partners are Nido Petroleum Limited with 15 percent working interest. Lundin operates five PSCs in Indonesia, namely Baronang, Cakalang, Gurita, South Sokang and Cendrawasih VII.

17 Feb 2014

Lundin Petroleum spuds exploration well on the Balqis prospect in the Natuna Sea

Lundin Petroleum AB (Lundin Petroleum) is pleased to announce that it has commenced the exploration drilling in the Baronang PSC, Natuna Sea, Indonesia using the drilling rig Hakuryu 11. Balqis-01 will be followed by a sidetrack, Boni-01. Balqis-01 is a wildcat oil exploration well designed to test the hydrocarbon potential of Tertiary sands draped over a prominent Basement high. The main objectives of the well are Oligocene fluvial sandstone reservoirs in stacked four-way dip closures. Lundin Petroleum estimates the Balqis prospect to have the potential to contain unrisked, gross, prospective resources of 47 million barrels of oil equivalent (MMboe). The planned total depth is 2,130 metres below mean sea level (MSL) and the drilling and evaluation is expected to take approximately 20 days. The drilling of Balqis-01 shall be immediately followed with the drilling of Boni-01 as a side track to the Balqis-01 vertical well with an offset distance from Balqis-01 (at TD) of 820 metres drilled to test a deeper independent stratigraphic play concept. Boni-01 is designed to test the hydrocarbon potential of early to late Oligocene fluvial sandstone reservoirs in stacked stratigraphic traps against a prominent basement high. Lundin Petroleum estimates the Boni prospect to have the potential to contain unrisked, gross, prospective resources of 55 MMboe. The planned total vertical depth is 2,300 metres below MSL and the drilling is expected to take approximately 5 days. Lundin Petroleum, through its wholly owned subsidiary Lundin Baronang BV, is the operator and has a 90 percent working interest in the Baronang PSC. Partners are Nido Petroleum Limited with 10 percent working interest. Lundin operates five PSCs in Indonesia, namely Baronang, Cakalang, Gurita, South Sokang and Cendrawasih VII.

5 Feb 2014

'Hakuryu-11' rig on-tow to Balqis-1 well location in Indonesia

Nido Petroleum Limited (ASX: NDO) (“Nido” or the “Company”) has been advised by Operator Lundin Petroleum that the Hakuryu-11 jack-up rig has commenced the tow to the Balqis-1 location in the Baronang Production Sharing Contract (‘PSC’), Republic of Indonesia. The Balqis-1 well will be followed by the Boni-1 well which will be drilled as an exploratory side-track well from the same surface location as Balqis-1 (refer Location Map). Nido will provide a further update to the market on the commencement of drilling operations at the Balqis-1 well.

15 Mar 2011

Japan Drilling Company awards US$210 million jackup contract to Keppel

Keppel FELS Limited (Keppel FELS) has secured a contract worth about US$210 million from Japan Drilling Company (JDC) to build a KFELS Super B Class jackup rig. Slated for delivery in the first quarter of 2013, the rig will be JDC's first newbuild rig order in six years and Keppel FELS' first for JDC.

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