We launched our onshore drilling operations in 1981 with the purchase of the QG-I and QG-II rigs. Since 1981, our portfolio of onshore rigs has grown to nine, five of which constructed in the last eight years and others recently upgraded. Most of them are currently in operation in remote areas. Our fleet of onshore rigs is differentiated from those of other companies by their premium specifications and drilling depth capabilities. Our fleet of onshore rigs includes five heli-portable rigs, of which only a limited number are operational in the world, and two of the largest onshore rigs in Brazil.

QG-I

The QG-I is a conventional onshore diesel electric onshore rig, originally constructed 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.
 

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QG-II

The QG-II is a conventional onshore diesel electric rig, originally constructed by Skytop Brewster in 1980. We completed an upgrade on 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.
 

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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.

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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 on 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.
 

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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.
 

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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.
 

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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.
 

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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.
 

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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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