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Noble Corp trims fleet of drilling rigs

Restructured drilling company Noble Corp sells four jackup rigs and puts figures on its 2021 guidance as well as preliminary numbers for 2022.

En jack-up rig fra Noble Corps konkurrent Rowan. | Photo: Andrew Vaughan/AP/Ritzau Scanpix

US-based drilling company Noble Corp reduces its fleet with the sale of four jackup rigs.

The company, which completed a large-scale restructuring earlier this year, is specifically selling the four rigs to Ades International Holding in Saudi Arabia at a price of USD 292 million, writes Noble in a press release.

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