Seadrill moves European headquarters to Stavanger

Seadrill is moving its European headquarters to Stavanger. The move is part of Seadrill's restructuring.

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Seadrill will have a new base for its European activities.

The rig company, which last week completed a large-scale restructuring, moves company North Atlantic Drilling – owned 70 percent by Seadrill – from Lysaker to Stavanger in Norway.

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