ENSCO & Rowan Merge to Make $8.38 bn MODU Fleet


The firms ENSCO and Rowan have completed a merger to develop a total fleet valuing worth USD 8.4 Billion.

Ensco claims top spot

This acquisition makes Ensco the largest MODU owner by value, with a total fleet (live, on order and joint ventures) worth USD 8.4 Bn, knocking Transocean from the top spot which they held for a month due to their merger with Ocean Rig.

The ENSCO & Rowan merged fleet is now the most valuable publicly listed cargo and offshore fleet listed on a US stock exchange.

Head of Offshore, Charlie Hockless, commented on the merger, “Within the offshore industry, these continued mergers prove that consolidation is paramount to survival. Even though the last few months have seen a recent strengthening in oil price, market values are still below average across all MODU types. Activity is predicted to pick up in 2019, and those who have financially restructured and consolidated in 2018 look to reap the benefits in what stands to be an exciting year next year”.

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Source: Vessels Value


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