The Biggest Opportunity Facing Seadrill Investors

Jim Mueller is a big fan of SeaDrill. In this video, he explains that SeaDrill has a huge opportunity to exploit the growing demand for oil. Even though it's only the fifth largest deepwater drilling firm by rig count, SeaDrill receives as much as $500,000 per day from big oil companies leasing its rigs. As long as the price of oil stays high, the demand for deepwater oil will persist, and that should drive SeaDrill revenues and investor returns.

If you're an energy investor looking for exciting opportunities, then you should look into one of the more exciting plays in the space: Seadrill. To learn more about the strengths and weaknesses of this company, as well as what to expect from Seadrill going forward, be sure to check out this brand-new premium report put together by one of our top Stock Advisor analysts. Click here to get started.


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  • Report this Comment On February 12, 2013, at 7:02 AM, turnermuseum wrote:

    Austin foolishly mentions twice the word "risky" when talking about SDRL.By definition, all stocks are "risky"

    but mentioning it 2x one would foolishly be left with the impression SDRL is a speculative investment. When in fact it is a premier GROWTH stock.

    Additionally quite foolishly SDRL is listed as the 6th

    largest driller based on number of rigs in operation.

    Bah, humbug, foolishness! SDRL also manages additional rigs of associated companies. Do a wee bit of legwork + be foolishly surprised.

    And please do some more foolish digging to find out SDRL plus associated companies have more high tech drilling units coming on stream in the next few years than any other of its peers.

    Finally, with time not spent on foolishness, be surprised John Fredriksen, at al., largest stakeholders in SDRL control no less than 3 not so foolish stocks listed on the NYSE, giving it unmatched versatility to exploit profitable opportunities on the Seven Seas.becoming available on an ongoing basis.

    Rest my foolish case.

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