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Songa Offshore SE : January fleet update



2013-02-04 20:21:25 -


Songa Venus achieved an operating efficiency of 100% during the month continuing
working for Petronas Carigali in Malaysia.

Songa Mercur achieved 86% financial efficiency during the month as the rig
experienced problems with the BOP system during the first part of the month.
These problems were resolved and rectified with majority of time on contractual
day rate, and the rig have since operated well continuing working for
Zarubezhneft in Cuba.

Songa Dee achieved an operating efficiency of 95% during the month continuing
working for Statoil.

Songa Delta achieved an operating efficiency of 98% during the month, continuing
working for Statoil.

Songa Trym continued its upgrade project outside CCB during the month.  For
further details, reference is given to the separate press release issued.

Songa Eclipse achieved an operating efficiency of 100% during the days working
for Total E/P Angola prior to delivery to Seadrill January 3, 2013.


4 February 2013
Limassol, Cyprus
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5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act.




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