MisterEC Sunday, 01/21/18 06:59:29 AM Re: MisterEC post# 1952 Post # of 2556 Seadrill Explains Why Its Shares Have No Fundamental Value Seadrill Explains Why Its Shares Have No Fundamental Value Seadrill carries too much bank debt to be attractive to any potential bidder. The case for equity being completely out of money is very straightforward. The value of unsecured claims being equitized is much higher than the value of Seadrill's post-reorganization equity. This is true both in the example above, where the company uses the value of Hemen and Centerbridge capital infusion to determine the value of 100% equity, and in my calculation, that suggests that the price target for Seadrill shares is just 5 cents. The current shares may just GO AWAY after the bankruptcy. Unless the wealthy bond holders want to pitty the dead dogs who did not do the proper DD before they bought.