19 aug 2020
COSL signerer riggavtale med Chrysaor Norge AS
03 jul 2020
COSL signs rig letter of intent for COSLInnovator
25 mai 2020
COSL DRILLING EUROPE, SIGN MASTER FRAMEWORK AGREEMENT WITH EQUINOR
12 mar 2020
Riggselskapet COSL donerer 8000 ansiktsmasker til SUS
09 mar 2020
Oljebransjen rystes: – Et plutselig, umiddelbart sjokk
09 jan 2020
Settlement reached in the case between COSL and Equinor
26 sep 2019
COSL Drilling Europe achieves OPITO CMS approval
29 aug 2019
Podcast - Petro.no besøker COSLInnovator
04 apr 2019
Frank Tollefsen named new CEO of COSL Drilling Europe
31 okt 2018
Jørgen Arnesen forlater COSL Drilling Europe
Press release COSLProspector
The drilling unit named COSLProspector will be certified according to DNV Class and designed and constructed to be in compliance with the requirements for operations in harsh environment on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. COSL Drilling Europe AS with its head office in Stavanger in Norway, will take delivery of the drilling unit by end of Q3 2014. COSLProspector will be designed and purpose built for operations in winterized areas like the Barents Sea, Greenland and Canada and will be delivered with class notation ICE-T and Winterized Basic. In addition the drilling unit will be designed for operations in environmentally demanding areas and will have the DNV Clean Class notation as one of the first drilling units in the world.
COSLProspector which is a GG5000 design, will be the fourth rig constructed at the same shipyard as where its 3 sister rigs have been constructed . The rig is similar to COSLPioneer/COSLInnovator and COSLPromoter, all which have long term contracts on NCS with Statoil.
"We are very pleased to announce this contract award says Mr. Jørgen Arnesen, CEO/President of COSL Drilling Europe AS. This is an another milestone in our company's history and by choosing CIMC Yantai Raffles Shipyard we are confident that we will receive a drilling unit delivered within time and budget and with a quality that meets our requirements for operation on NCS."