Semi-submersible Rig Designs
Friede & Goldman Millennium Class Ex-D Design
Built using Jurong Shipyard’s proprietary “Load-out and Mating-in-Dock” in combination with the “Transverse Skidding” rig building technique, the 6th generation Friede & Goldman (F&G) Millennium Class Ex-D design semi-submersible rig is capable of drilling up to 37,500 feet while operating in dynamic positioning mode in ultra-deep waters of up to 10,000 feet. It is equipped with an operational displacement of 43,400 metric tons at 17 metres draft and 46,750 metric tons at 20 metres draft, 18,000 square feet of usable deck space, and is capable of a variable deck load capacity of up to 8,000 tons.
Moss Maritime Full Dynamically Positioned (Dp-3) Semi-Submersible Drilling Unit
One of the largest ultra-deepwater 6th generation semi-submersible rigs capable of working in harsh-environment conditions, the Moss Maritime CS50 MK II design ultra-deepwater dynamic positioning (DP3) semi-submersible unit is designed for versatility and flexibility, the rig has the ability to drill 35,000 feet and operate in up to 10,000 feet water depth, with an accommodation capacity for 192 persons.