Our #7 Company to Watch is Enjoying a Rising Tide
In this segment, Motley Fool analysts Joel South and Taylor Muckerman discuss companies 10-6 of their Top 20 energy companies to watch. To stay in touch with the energy and materials sector more closely, follow us on Twitter @TMFEnergy.
The customer is always right, right? Well, in the case of Ensco that looks to be the case. Here is a company that ranks #1 in terms of customer satisfaction among all offshore drillers. This is a huge badge of credibility that the company and investors should wear proudly. High grading rigs has been of the utmost since the 2010 disaster in the Gulf of Mexico which is one of the main reasons why Ensco's youngest-in-class fleet places it above peers like Transocean and Hercules Offshore .
Why else is our analyst Taylor Muckerman bullish enough to own Ensco in his own portfolio? Tune in below to find out.
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