Ocean Rig Amorgos

7th Generation New integrated Design Deep Water Drillship.

Ocean Rig TBN #2 is a new build and will be completed in Q2 2019.

The rig is being built at Samsung Heavy Industries Shipyard in South Korea.

The rig has dual activity capabilities and design for drilling operations in water depths up to 3650 meters (12000 feet).  

The rig is Dynamic Positioned, DP Class 3.

Specifications
GENERAL
Unit name Ocean Rig TBN #2
Unit type / shape MODU / Drillship
Construction Year 2017
Construction Yard Samsung Heavy Industries, Korea
Classification ABS, A1 E Drillship, AMS, ACCU, DPS-3, DLA, OHCM, CDS, RW, UWILD
MAIN DIMENSIONS
Length 230.0 m (754.6 ft)
Width 42.0 m (137.8 ft)
ADDITIONAL DATA
Accommodation capacity 240 individuals
Helicopter deck Octagonal shape
22.8 m (74.8 ft) D-value
14.6 mt load capacity
Life boats 4 ea. 80 persons (accommodation)
2 ea. 80 persons (aft engine casing side)
VARIABLE LOADING (VL)
Drilling 24,000 mt
Transit 20,000 mt
Survival 24,000 mt
CAPACITIES
Diesel oil 7,500 cu.m (47,170 bbl)
Fresh water 1,250 cu.m (7,860 bbl)
Drill water 3,000 cu.m (18,860 bbl)
Base oil 750 cu.m (4,710 bbl)
Brine 750 cu.m (4,710 bbl)
Active mud 1,500 cu.m (9,430 bbl)
Reserve mud 2,600 cu.m (16,350 bbl)
Waste mud 300 cu.m (1,880 bbl)
Bulk barite/bentonite 450 cu.m (2,830 bbl)
Bulk cement 450 cu.m (2,830 bbl)
MACHINERY & SYSTEMS
Main generator engines 6 ea. x 7,680 kW (6 ea. x 10,299 hp)
Thrusters 6 ea. x 5,000 kW (6 ea. x 6,705 hp)
Thrusters type Azimuth, underwater demountable
DP system DP Class-3
OPERATING PARAMETERS
Drilling depth (designed) 12,192 m (40,000 ft)
Drilling depth (outfitted) 12,192 m (40,000 ft)
Water depth (designed) 3,657 m (12,000 ft)
Water depth (outfitted) 3,657 m (12,000 ft)
Transit speed 12 knots
Transit draught 9.5 m (31.2 ft)
DRILLING SYSTEMS
Make NOV (National Oilwell Varco)
Derrick type DDBN (Dual Dynamic Bottle Neck)
Static hook load (main) 1,270 mt (1,400 st) on 16 lines
Static hook load (aux) 907 mt (1,000 st) on 14 lines
Setback load 2,100 mt (2,315 st)
Drawworks (main) AHC (Active Heave Compensated)
7,830 kW (10,500 hp) 7,830 kW (10,500 hp)
Drawworks (aux) AHC (Active Heave Compensated)
5,593 kW (7,500 hp)
String compensation (main) CMC (Crown Mounted Compensator)
454 mt (500 st) compensating capacity
String compensation (aux) n/a
Top drive (main) TDX-1250 / 2,000 kW (2,680 hp)
Top drive (aux) TDX-1250 / 2,000 kW (2,680 hp)
Rotary table (main) RST-755 / hydraulic driven
Rotary table (aux) RST-605 / false rotary
Vertical tubular handling (main) HR-IV-ER / 15 mt SWL
ARN-270 / 270 kN.m make up / break out torque
Vertical tubular handling (aux) HR-IV-ER / 15 mt SWL
ARN-270 / 270 kN.m make up / break out torque
Horizontal tubular handling (main) Riser catwalk / 55 mt transport capacity
Horizontal tubular handling (aux) Pipe catwalk / 15 mt transport capacity
Deck cranes 3 ea. knuckle boom cranes / 100 mt SWL
1 ea. knuckle boom crane / 150 mt SWL
1 ea. lattice boom crane / 85 mt SWL
MUD SYSTEMS
Make NOV (National Oilwell Varco)
HP mud pumps 6 ea. 2,200 hp / 7,500 psi
Shale shakers 6 ea. 2,100 gpm flow rate
Control system Automated
Cement unit Third party under free placement agreement
SUBSEA SYSTEMS
Make NOV (National Oilwell Varco)
Riser tensioners 16 ea. single type / single acting
2,000 st total tensioning capacity
Riser joints 160 ea. 75 ft length
21 in outer diameter
15/16 & 7/8 in wall thickness
4.1/2 in choke & kill lines ID
4 in booster line ID
2 ea. 2.323 in hydraulic lines ID
Riser gas separator 50 MMSCF/d gas handling capacity
29.5 ft U-tube height
WELL CONTROL
Make NOV (National Oilwell Varco)
BOP stack 7 ea. rams 18.3/4 in 15,000 psi WP
2 ea. annulars 18.3/4 in 10,000 psi WP
BOP control system Multiplex
Deadman & auto-shear systems
ROV intervention & acoustic backup systems
Diverter 75.1/2 in support housing, 500 psi WP
Choke manifold 15,000 psi WP
2 ea. remote chokes
2 ea. manual chokes
Mud gas separator 20 MMSCF/d gas handling capacity
25.0 ft U-tube height

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