Ocean Rig UDW Inc. Announce Management Change

Press Release
Thursday, October 04, 2012

Ocean Rig UDW Inc. provider of offshore deepwater drilling services announce that Pankaj Khanna, Chief Marketing Officer, has left the company.

Mr. Khanna departed on 2, October 2012 to pursue other interests and his duties will be absorbed by the existing management team.

George Economou, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Company commented: “It was a pleasure working with Pankaj, and we wish him well in his future endeavors.”

Ocean Rig, headquartered in Cyprus, owns and operates 6 Drilling Units, the 2 drilling rigs Leiv Eiriksson and Eirik Raude and the 4 drill ships Ocean Rig Corcovado, Ocean Rig Olympia, Ocean Rig Poseidon and Ocean Rig Mykonos.
All 6 units are constructed for Ultra Deep Waters and Harsh Environment.
In addition it has 3 Ultra Deep Water Drillships under construction, capable to work in 12, 000 feet water depth.

 

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