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February 7, 2013
14:55 EDTESV, GEEnsco says rigs have not had any operational problems related to GE bolts
Ensco (ESV) reported that GE Oil & Gas (GE) recently communicated that certain batches of bolts used in offshore drilling should be inspected for possible replacement. GE Oil & Gas issued notices regarding these bolts after a competitor’s rig experienced operational problems in connection with the bolts. Ensco’s rigs have not experienced any operational problems related to the bolts, used in H4 connectors, which connect a lower marine riser package to a wellhead, the company said. Immediately upon receipt of the notice from GE Oil & Gas, Ensco began an evaluation of its fleet to determine which rigs have H4 connectors with bolts identified in the notice. Ensco’s jackup fleet and seven ENSCO 8500 Series floater rigs are not affected by the GE Oil & Gas notices. For certain other floaters in the company’s fleet, the relevant bolts have already been replaced. On the remaining floaters, the relevant bolts are scheduled for evaluation, and, where appropriate, will be replaced. The company said it will provide an update on this issue in its regularly scheduled monthly fleet status report to be issued in mid-February.
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