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Transocean drilling ship sets new record

Transocean drilling ship sets new record

20-02-2013 15:00:00

Transocean’s drilling ship DDKG1 has set a new record for exploration in deep water. DDKG1 has executed a drilling task off the Indian coast at a depth of 3,165 feet of water.

Subsequently it continued drilling to a depth of 5,685 meters.

The previous record belonged to the sister ship DDKG2, for a drilling which also took place off the Indian coast.

Transocean Shipping Agency A/S is a private company in the Transocean Group. It was incorporated in Denmark in 1974 and is managed by its two owners: Klaus Kristensen and Jan Henriksen.

Source: Transocean

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