SDRL - Seadrill Partners Awarded $273 million in High Court Ruling for Early Termination of the West Leo
Hamilton, Bermuda, July 3, 2018 - Seadrill Limited ("SDRL or the Company") announces today that Seadrill Partners, the Master Limited Partnership it established in 2012 and in which it holds approximately a 46.6% interest in, has been awarded a $273 million settlement from the English High Court following a dispute with Tullow Ghana Limited in relation to the early termination of the West Leo.
Further details relating to the Seadrill Partners settlement can be found here:
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