Centenario GR reached 2 million operating hours without lost time incident.

The semi-submersible platform Centenario GR started operations with Petróleos Mexicanos (PEMEX) at the end of 2010, to date it has drilled 20 exploratory and development wells in the deep and ultra-deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico.

The crew onboard is made up of national and other international personnel, they are an integrated and highly experienced team, working with high safety standards and achieving operating efficiencies of over 98%.

Centenario GR holds the drilling record of the deepest marine well drilled in the national waters of the Gulf of Mexico, corresponding to the well Nobilis 101 with a depth of 9,940 feet.

In the month of February 2018, another remarkable fact has been established, now in terms of safety, reaching 2,000,000 man-hours worked without having had accidents or incidents with loss of uptime. Since March 2014, Centenario GR has drilled 13 wells without any accidents for workers that represent a loss of time in the drilling and maintenance operations of the platform.

Currently the platform is drilling the well Bukma-1, which is a well of high pressure and high temperature (HPHT) programmed to a total depth of 8,020 feet and continues adding man time and hours of work without accidents or incidents with loss of operating time.

2018-03-15T13:41:31+00:00 March 15, 2018|News Releases|0 Comments