ENSCO Announces Jackup Rig Delivery

Tuesday, January 24, 2006
ENSCO International Incorporated announced that a subsidiary of the company has taken delivery of ENSCO 107, an enhanced KFELS B Class design jackup rig constructed by Keppel FELS Limited ("Keppel FELS") in Singapore. The rig, which was delivered one month ahead of schedule and within budget, is contracted for work commitments in Southeast Asia and New Zealand until the third quarter of 2007. With the addition of ENSCO 107 and the expected delivery of ENSCO 108 by the second quarter of 2007, ENSCO's premium jackup fleet will increase to 44 rigs, ten of which will be new ultra-high specification rigs built over the last seven years. (Source: Houston Chronicle)
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