UK, Offshore Industry Decline

Monday, August 24, 2009

According to an August 24 report from Morning Star UK, the offshore industry's second-quarter results saw gloomy forecasts for jackups and midwater rigs. Negative customer expectations surrounding commodity prices and difficult well economics mean lower demand for offshore drilling. Still, Morning Star reported, hefty backlogs for many of our companies give them ample time to strip out costs as long-term rig contracts slowly roll off.

(Source: Morning Star UK)

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