Ultra-Deepwater Drilling Continues to Expand
A recent oil discovery in the Gulf of Mexico highlights the growing amount of oil found in ultra-deepwater. This is a huge advantage for companies who own the rigs doing the drilling because they're able to charge as much as $600,000 per day for their services. Erin Miller sat down with Motley Fool contributor Travis Hoium to talk about how drilling trends are changing and who could benefit from this increased activity in the ultra-deepwater.
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