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Borr Drilling's rigs are now generating income

Recently established Borr Drilling, led by Tor Olav Trøim as chairman, has begun to bring in earnings for the company, shows the report. However, the company still has a negative bottom line.

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Borr Drilling has thus far had a busy 2018 with new acquisitions, a new CEO and new rigs.

The company was established by several former Seadrill top executives in 2016, including Tor Olav Trøim, who for many years was John Fredriksen's right-hand man at Seadrill.

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