Transocean maintains the top spot in the offshore drilling market with more rigs than its closest competitors, Ensco and Noble , and appears well on its way to holding this spot for years to come. With a laser-like focus on ultra-deepwater and high-specification jack-up rigs; a $30 billion backlog; and a reliable customer base, Transocean's future is as bright as one could hope for in this oil and gas services space. In the video below, Fool energy analyst Taylor Muckerman takes an in-depth look at these players.
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