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MEASURING OUR SUCCESS
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The Dhirubhai Deepwater KG2 drilled the Jujak-1 well for Woodside without a recordable HSE incident, under budget and ahead of schedule. The project marked several firsts, including the first deepwater well drilled in The Republic of Korea (South Korea), the first drilling activity in Korea for Woodside and the first time a Korean-built drillship has drilled in Korean waters.
The Woodside and Transocean team agreed on a vision of success for the campaign - One Team, One Vision: Deliver Outstanding Performance and Operational Excellence. “Due to the professionalism, dedication and commitment of the team throughout the campaign, we were able to accomplish what we set out achieve,” said Mark Edge, Drilling Superintendent, Woodside Energy. “Thank you for making this campaign a safe and successful operation that exceeded expectations.”
“Woodside support in creating a plan and using it consistently proves that you can do what you set out to do,” said Walter Sheffield, Rig Manager, KG2.
Asbjorn Olsen, former General Manager, India and Middle East Division, called the results “fantastic,” adding, “it motivates all of us by showing that operational-excellence can and is being achieved in our division.”
The KG2 started the Jujak-1 wildcat exploration well campaign on April 8, 2012, loading supplies and equipment off Labuan, Malaysia. The rig then made the transit to Korea and completed the well on May 22, 2012.
The KG2 is no stranger to success. In April 2011, the rig’s crew members set the current world record for the deepest water depth by an offshore drilling rig of 10,194 feet of water while working for Reliance Industries in India.
After her last exploration well in Mozambique, the KG2 mobilized back to India for Reliance.