Stena Clyde Retired


Stenaloyal Limited has decided to remove the Stena Clyde from active services and retire the rig from the Stena Drilling fleet.

The rig has been warm stacked in Australia for the past three years and is presently in Singapore.  Although there has been some recent interest in operating the rig in the region, these opportunities have not materialised to the extent necessary to continue supporting the rig.

Since 1996, when the rig entered the Stena Drilling fleet, she has delivered high performance operations, starting in the North Sea before making her way to Asia and Australia.

The Stena Clyde will be put up for sale.

Stena Drilling, Aberdeen, 01 October, 2018

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