Drilling company prepared to buy several rigs from Fredriksen's Seadrill

Dolphin Drilling is ready to buy up to eight drilling rigs from John Fredriksen's Seadrill, reports Finansavisen. The crisis-stricken rig company recently filed for Chapter 11 in the US.

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Rig operator Dolphin Drilling has announced its intention to buy several rigs from John Fredriksen's Seadrill, which recently filed for receivership in the US under the so-called Chapter 11.

Dolphin Drilling plans to buy up to eight rigs from Seadrill, reports Finansavisen Monday based on a summary from the first court hearing in Houston, Texas.

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