In this edition, Joel discusses reasons investors have been excited about SeaDrill (NYS: SDRL) . With the increase in national oil companies, publicly traded integrated oil and gas firms are finding it progressively more difficult to find viable reserves. One trend is offshore drilling, and SeaDrill has positioned itself to capitalize by using current technology to attract customers looking for safe and efficient rigs. With new high-performance rigs and a quality dividend, is SeaDrill right for you? Find out more in the following video.
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