Onshore

OnSHORE rigs

Constellation started its activities as a provider of drilling services for onshore oil wells. It currently operates a total of nine onshore drilling rigs (four conventional and five helicopter-transportable rigs).

QG-I

The QG-I is a conventional onshore diesel electric onshore rig, originally built by Skytop Brewster in 1980. The QG-I has a drilling depth capacity of up to 16,500 feet and is equipped with modern technology, including Drawworks 1600 HP. 

QG-II

The QG-II is a conventional onshore diesel electric rig, originally constructed by Skytop Brewster in 1980. We completed an upgrade to the QG-II in 2001. The QG-II has a drilling depth capacity of up to 16,500 feet and is equipped with modern technology, including Drawworks 1600 HP

QG-III

The QG-III is one of a limited number of helicopter-fitted onshore rigs in operation worldwide, originally constructed by Full Circle Enterprises, Inc. in 1970. The QG-III has a drilling depth capacity of up to 11,500 feet and is equipped with modern technology, including Drawworks 1200 HP. 

QG-IV

The QG-IV is one of a limited number of helicopter-fitted onshore rigs in operation worldwide, originally constructed by Bournedrill Australia, Inc. in 1984. We completed upgrades to the QG-IV in 1996 and 2011. The QG-IV has a drilling depth capacity of up to 9,800 feet and is equipped with reliable technology, including Drawworks 550 HP. 

QG-V

The QG-V is one of a limited number of helicopter-fitted onshore rigs in operation worldwide, originally constructed by HongHua Co., Ltd., or HongHua, in 2010. The QG-V has a drilling depth capacity of up to 14,800 feet and is equipped with modern technology, including Complete VFD Control System and Drawworks 1600 HP.

QG-VI

The QG-VI is a conventional onshore diesel electric rig, originally constructed by HongHua in 2008, and shares the distinction with the QG-VII of being the largest onshore rig operating in Brazil. The QG-VI has a drilling depth capacity of up to 23,000 feet and is equipped with modern technology, including Drawworks 2000 HP. 

QG-VII

The QG-VII is a conventional onshore diesel electric rig, originally constructed by HongHua in 2008, and shares the distinction with the QG-VI of being the largest onshore rig operating in Brazil. The QG-VII has a drilling depth capacity of 23,000 feet and is equipped with modern technology, including Drawworks 2000 HP. 

QG-VIII

The QG-VIII is one of a limited number of helicopter-fitted onshore rigs in operation worldwide, originally constructed by HongHua in 2010. The QG-VIII has a drilling depth capacity of up to 14,800 feet and is equipped with modern technology, including Complete VFD Control System and Drawworks 1600 HP. 

QG-IX

The QG-IX is one of a limited number of helicopter-fitted onshore rigs in operation worldwide, originally constructed by HongHua in 2010. The QG-IX has a drilling depth capacity of up to 14,800 feet and is equipped with modern technology, including Complete VFD Control System and Drawworks 1600 HP. 

 
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