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Diamond Offshore

Diamond Offshore Drilling, Inc., a leading deepwater drilling contractor, owns and operates one of the largest fleets of offshore drilling units in the world. The company's diverse fleet consists of 31 semisubmersibles, 14 jack-ups and one dynamically positioned drillship.

Diamond Offshore provides contract drilling services to the energy industry around the globe and is a leader in deepwater drilling. Configured to achieve the optimum balance of flexibility and performance, Diamond Offshore's fleet has built its reputation on more than four decades of real-world global drilling experience. Its crews have honed their skills in the harshest environments. From the North Sea, the Gulf of Alaska, the Straits of Magellan, the south China Sea and Australia's Bass Strait, Diamond Offshore's industry veterans know how to meet the most formidable challenges.

Diamond Offshore employs approximately 5,700 men and women worldwide to offer a complete spectrum of offshore drilling services tailored to our customers' needs. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, the Company also maintains regional offices in Louisiana, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Croatia, Egypt, Malaysia, Indonesia, Scotland, Singapore and The Netherlands.
Ocean Star, Offshore Energy Museum, Galveston TX The Ocean Star jackup has been converted into a museum in Galveston. See www.oceanstaroec.com/.
Ocean Yorktown Platform The Ocean Yorktown Platform, part of the Bijupira-Salema Project. Photo Courtesy of Shell Photogr...
Ocean Princess under tow. In the Cromarty Firth, Scotland.
Ocean Nomad The Ocean Nomad, with what looks like one of the Galaxy jackups and another semi-sub in the Cromarty...
Ocean Alliance Extensive completion & commisioning work was carried on the Ocean Alliance at the Cromarty Firth Por...
Ocean Alliance Ocean Alliance in the Cromarty Firth, prior to completion work carried out at Invergordon.
Sea Explorer-Now Ocean Guardian Taken during her construction on the Clyde
Ocean Guardian control room view A real nasty day in the North Sea
Ocean Guardian Taken from the Rig Express bridge, kind thanks to her skipper.
Ocean Odyssey Blow out followed by fire 1988.
Ocean Odyssey Now converted and used by Boeing to launch rockets/satellites in the pacific.

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