Orders for offshore drilling rigs climb
E&P companies scrambling for dwindling supply of available rigs; 65-70 jack-ups, 25-30 deepwater rigs believed on order
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Construction orders for new offshore drilling rigs are pouring into shipyards around the world as exploration and production companies scramble for what’s left of a rapidly dwindling supply of rigs.
Industry analysts believe there could be 65 to 70 orders in for new jack-ups and around 25 to 30 orde....
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