Noble declares force majeure on drillship following Hurricane Ida

Hurricane Ida has damaged one of Noble Corps' drilling ships, causing the US drilling company to declare force majeure.

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US drilling company Noble Corp has declared force majeure on a drilling ship following damages incurred by Hurricane Ida.

Noble has provided a force majeure notice to its customer, Shell, in accordance with the governing drilling services contract.

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