Belford Dolphin set to drill off Mozambique

The drillship Belford Dolphin has left port in Mozambique to drill the first of four wells in the Rovuma Offshore Area.

Offshore staff

LONDON -- The drillship Belford Dolphin has left port in Mozambique to drill the first of four wells in the Rovuma Offshore Area.

According to partner Cove Energy, the Anadarko-operated campaign, offshore northern Mozambique, should get under way in the next few days. The drillship is already preparing to set surface casing for the fist two locations, with wells on the Collier and Windjammer prospects. It will then likely return to Collier for a further well.

The program is set to continue through end-2010.

12/07/2009

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