IOB exchange. Sector: Energy. Industry: Oil & Gas Drilling. Location United Kingdom, Aberdeen.

Odfjell Drilling Ltd. [0QHX.ILUnited Kingdom

24.525USD1.325 (+5.40%)

• At close Mon Oct 03 2022

611,856,313 USD
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About Odfjell Drilling Ltd.

Odfjell Drilling Ltd. owns and operates mobile offshore drilling units in Norway, the United Kingdom, Europe, Asia, Africa, and internationally. It operates through Mobile Offshore Drilling Units business (MODU), Energy business (Energy), and Well Services business (OWS) segments. The MODU segment offers management services to other owners of drilling units; and operational management, regulatory requirements management, marketing, contract negotiations and client relations, and operation and mobilization preparation services. The Energy segment provides integrated drilling and maintenance services for fixed platform drilling rigs in the North Sea, as well as engineering services, including design, project management, and operation and support services. The OWS segment offers casing and tubular running services; wellbore cleaning; and drilling tool and tubular rental services for exploration wells and production purposes. The company was founded in 1914 and is headquartered in Aberdeen, the United Kingdom. Odfjell Drilling Ltd. is a subsidiary of Odfjell Partners Ltd.

With 50 years of drilling industry expertise, and continual investments in the latest and best technological solutions, we are the outstanding choice for operational excellence 

Odfjell Drilling Ltd.
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