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Seadrill Partners LLC
NYSE
(Ticker)
"SDLP"
CU:75,278,000 b/d
SU:16,543,000 b/d

Seadrill Partners LLC in brief

Seadrill Partners LLC in brief

We are a growth-oriented limited liability company recently formed by Seadrill Limited (NYSE: SDRL) to own, operate and acquire offshore drilling rigs. Our drilling rigs are under long-term contracts with major oil companies such as Chevron, Total, BP and ExxonMobil.We intend to grow our position in the offshore drilling market by continuing to provide excellent service to these customers with our modern, technologically advanced fleet.
http://www.seadrillpartners.com/

 

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     Drillship
     Drillships are self-propelled ships equipped for drilling. They keep station over the well by means of a computer-controlled thruster system known as dynamic positioning. Drillships operate in water depths in which jack-ups rigs are incapable of working and can drill in deep and ultra-deep waters.

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Semi-submersibles

Semi-submersible rigs consist of a deck containing the working areas and equipment and the living quarters, supported by a hull which consists of vertical columns connected to horizontal pontoons. Such rigs operate in a 'semi-submerged' position, with the lower hull ballasted down below the waterline. In the case of a dynamically-positioned (DP) semisub, the rig keeps station over the wellhead location by means of a computer-controlled thruster system. In the semi-submerged position, it provides a stable platform for drilling, due in part to its wave transparency characteristics at the water line. The 'generation' to which a semi sub belongs is often given - this indicates the period when the rig was built and, to a certain extent, its water depth and deck-load capabilities. The latest rigs are sixth-generation. A semi-submersible rig with DP capability can drill in conventional, deep and ultra-deep waters.

 

Jack-up

Jack-up rigs are mobile, self-elevating drilling platforms equipped with tubular structure legs that are lowered to the sea floor. Tugboats tow a jack-up rig to the drill-site as a vessel, with its hull riding the sea and its leg raised. At the drill-site, the legs are lowered until they rest on the seabed and jacking continues until the hull is elevated above the surface of the water. Drilling operations can then begin. When they are completed, the hull is lowered until it rests in the water, the legs are raised and the rig can be relocated to another drill-site.

Tender rig

Self-erecting tender rigs allow for drilling operations to be performed from a wellhead platform without the need for a permanently installed drilling package. The tender is moored next to the platform where wells are to be drilled and the modularised drilling package is lifted onto the platform. Drilling operations are supported by facilities on the tender, including storage for drilling supplies, power generation facilities for running the drilling equipment and well completion equipment. The tender also has living quarters and a helicopter deck. Tender rigs are either barge-based or have semi-submersible hulls. Both carry the same equipment, but the semi-submersible rig is able to operate in rougher weather conditions.

Semi-tender

Self-erecting tender rigs allow for drilling operations to be performed from a wellhead platform without the need for a permanently installed drilling package. The tender is moored next to the platform where wells are to be drilled and the modularised drilling package is lifted onto the platform. Drilling operations are supported by facilities on the tender, including storage for drilling supplies, power generation facilities for running the drilling equipment and well completion equipment. The tender also has living quarters and a helicopter deck. Tender rigs are either barge-based or have semi-submersible hulls. Both carry the same equipment, but the semi-submersible rig is able to operate in rougher weather conditions. 




     
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Ex-dividend date Amount Record date Pay date
February 3, 2016 $0.25 February 5, 2016 February 12, 2016
November 4, 2015 $0.5675 November 6, 2015 November 13, 2015
August 5, 2015 $0.5675 August 7, 2015 August 14, 2015
May 5, 2015 $0.5675 May 7, 2015 May 14, 2015
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SDLP News: Report of Foreign Issuer (6-k) 08/17/2017 07:02:38 AM
SDLP News: SDLP - Amendments to Certain Credit Facilities to Insulate Seadrill Partners from Seadrill Limited's Restructuring 08/17/2017 01:30:17 AM
SDLP News: SDLP - Q2 2017 earnings release date and conference call information 08/14/2017 09:06:18 AM
SDLP News: Report of Foreign Issuer (6-k) 06/27/2017 05:06:03 PM
SDLP News: Report of Foreign Issuer (6-k) 05/24/2017 03:58:56 PM
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#531   Close to what? I'm not understanding something. jugs 08/17/17 05:40:34 PM
#530   * * $SDLP Video Chart 08-17-17 * * ClayTrader 08/17/17 05:14:48 PM
#529   One dollar. Getting close. willlbone 03/07/17 12:56:12 PM
#528   I view this as totally absurd as it jugs 01/06/17 08:43:31 AM
#527   Analysis is based on comparing Seadrill Partners LLC pete807 01/06/17 06:42:53 AM
#526   SDLP rose today, a bit more than 3.5%. jugs 01/03/17 04:52:18 PM
#525   Yup that is why my risk is rather pete807 01/02/17 06:23:35 PM
#524   Thanks, Pete.Something I find interesting is that it jugs 01/02/17 05:54:48 PM
#522   Clever man! lol jugs 12/12/16 09:52:59 PM
#521   a...greed! :o) pete807 12/12/16 08:46:45 PM
#520   Great direction, yes. But it doesn't necessarily lead jugs 12/12/16 08:43:09 PM
#519   I maybe getting to your level from my pete807 12/12/16 08:38:16 PM
#518   Sitting with 1,500 sh of HDYN. I expect jugs 12/12/16 08:28:15 PM
#516   I rarely hesitate when I know how fortunate jugs 12/10/16 12:16:40 PM
#515   OPTIMISM... This article says its an optimistic tide pete807 12/10/16 12:11:40 PM
#514   Thanks for the reassurance. jugs 12/09/16 01:57:09 PM
#513   As I stated there is not a "few pete807 12/09/16 01:37:45 PM
#512   It's always fine to show a gain. It's jugs 12/09/16 01:13:47 PM
#511   Could it be that valuation which among 4 pete807 12/09/16 12:22:09 PM
#510   Better times are today! ... Could be some pete807 12/09/16 12:18:17 PM
#509   Glad I held at todays "no news" 15% pete807 12/09/16 12:14:33 PM
#508   Tullow, it was announced today, has claimed a jugs 12/03/16 05:58:45 PM
#507   Closing at $3.35 on Friday, I'm doing my jugs 11/21/16 09:21:00 AM
#506   You're making sense to me. jugs 10/28/16 11:27:29 AM
#505   Hey Jugs koen2 10/28/16 11:16:29 AM
#504   Major mistake in this investor's mind. SDLP isn't jugs 10/27/16 09:40:07 AM
#503   Got us a dime!!!! Underwater here but holding WallStreetRocker 10/27/16 09:32:31 AM
#502   This reminds me of nutrition labeling. A loaf jugs 10/04/16 05:18:12 PM
#501   More so for SDRL it seems...up 25%! The future r37049 10/04/16 11:44:22 AM
#500   Thats good news for SDRL and SDLP. koen2 10/04/16 11:34:12 AM
#499   http://seekingalpha.com/news/3212250-bloomberg-fredriksen-willing-lend-seadrill- r37049 10/04/16 11:28:31 AM
#498   Great analy's and also my believe. koen2 10/04/16 11:16:13 AM
#497   Good question, much as I've come to expect jugs 10/04/16 11:06:27 AM
#496   Could it be time to buy ,after the koen2 10/04/16 10:54:12 AM
#495   We're definitely on the same page. I've noted jugs 09/26/16 09:59:51 AM
#494   Yes. Unfortunately, but I completely agree. jugs 09/26/16 09:57:02 AM
#493   Called the last bottom here at $1.81 . koen2 09/26/16 09:41:15 AM
#492   Great analy's jugs. koen2 09/26/16 09:36:40 AM
#491   A better day will come. We saw a eastunder 09/25/16 10:49:03 AM
#490   It is so very kind of you to jugs 09/24/16 08:26:32 AM
#489   It's not just you. It's painful to witness. eastunder 09/23/16 08:30:22 PM
#488   This is painful to watch...isn't it? Or is jugs 09/23/16 06:26:18 PM
#487   Sold most units on June 23, the balance jugs 09/02/16 04:23:37 PM
#486   You probably sold right after the divy news koen2 09/02/16 02:32:07 PM
#485   Sold all. Not my usual style by any jugs 09/02/16 02:24:36 PM
#484   I agree Jugs ,back on my watchlist. koen2 09/02/16 09:48:59 AM
#483   Watching SDLP and parent/General Partner Seadrill, I'm jugs 09/02/16 09:11:19 AM
#482   I'm not a finance guy, but any thoughts r37049 08/19/16 02:45:29 PM
#481   Holding 3500 and way up with low CB, pete807 07/27/16 08:49:14 AM
#480   SDLP couldn't possibly have sustained its former (25 jugs 07/26/16 10:40:35 AM
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