Valaris bags new contracts

Drilling company Valaris, built on a merger between Ensco and Rowan, has won new contracts and extensions, adding income for a triple-digit million-dollar figure.

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The fairly recently merged drilling company Valaris has won a series of new contracts and contract extensions for a total of USD 285 million.

The contracts cover periods this year and next year as well as 2021, and are for work in the Gulf of Mexico, the North Sea, Trinidad and Thailand, says the company in a press release.

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