Transocean scraps four rigs and takes big loss

Transocean has not been able to find a buyer, so the company will scrap four rigs and book a loss of USD 300-325 million. And the drilling company will also idle four rigs.

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Maersk Drilling's competitor Transocean Ltd. is along with the rest of the industry effected by the unfavorable conditions and is now noting the consequences by pulling four ultra-deep seas drilling rigs off the market.

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