Oil companies snap up drillships for ultra-deepwater exploration

  • Thursday 07 June 2012, 17:51

IT HAS been a particularly good week for drillships, with the news that two major shipowners have chartered out tonnage to oil companies, taking advantage of the rising popularity of ultra-deepwater drilling. On Monday, Norway-based Seadrill said it was close to securing a new five-year...

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