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Diamond Offshore Drilling, Inc.  (DO)
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Diamond Offshore Drilling, Inc. Segments

 
High Specification Floaters
   84.11 % of total Revenue
Intermediate Semisubmersibles
   11.4 % of total Revenue
Jackups
   2.73 % of total Revenue
Other Revenues
   1.76 % of total Revenue
 

Business Segments (Sep. 30, 2015)
Revenues
(in millions $)
III. Quarter
%
(of total Revenues)
(Sep. 30, 2015)
Income
(in millions $)
III. Quarter
%
(Profit Margin)
High Specification Floaters
512.86 84.11 % 289.13 56.37 %
Intermediate Semisubmersibles
69.50 11.4 % 33.72 48.51 %
Jackups
16.67 2.73 % 4.17 24.99 %
Other Revenues
10.71 1.76 % -5.92 -
Total
609.74 100 % 321.09 52.66 %

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Growth rates by Segment (Sep. 30, 2015)
Y/Y Revenue
%
III. Quarter
Q/Q Revenue
%
(Sep. 30, 2015)
Y/Y Income
%
III. Quarter
Q/Q Income
%
High Specification Floaters
20.82 % 3.24 % 125.44 % 16.2 %
Intermediate Semisubmersibles
-73.06 % -28.3 % -74.43 % 11.68 %
Jackups
-63.25 % -29.77 % -81.18 % 45.21 %
Other Revenues
14.09 % 46.42 % - -
Total
-17.3 % -2.4 % 18.37 % 16.94 %

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  Diamond Offshore Drilling's

Business Segments Description



Semisubmersibles. We own and operate 30 semisubmersibles, consisting of 11 high-specification and 19 intermediate rigs. Semisubmersible rigs consist of an upper working and living deck resting on vertical columns connected to lower hull members. Such rigs operate in a “semi-submerged” position, remaining afloat, off bottom, in a position in which the lower hull is approximately 55 feet to 90 feet below the water line and the upper deck protrudes well above the surface. Semisubmersibles are typically anchored in position and remain stable for drilling in the semi-submerged floating position due in part to their wave transparency characteristics at the water line. Semisubmersibles can also be held in position through the use of a computer controlled thruster (dynamic-positioning) system to maintain the rig’s position over a drillsite. We have three semisubmersible rigs in our fleet with this capability.

Drillship. We have one high-specification drillship, the Ocean Clipper. Drillships, which are typically self-propelled, are positioned over a drillsite through the use of either an anchoring system or a dynamic-positioning system similar to those used on certain semisubmersible rigs. Deepwater drillships compete in many of the same markets as do high-specification semisubmersible rigs.

Jack-ups. rigs are mobile, self-elevating drilling platforms equipped with legs that are lowered to the ocean floor until a foundation is established to support the drilling platform. The rig hull includes the drilling rig, jacking system, crew quarters, loading and unloading facilities, storage areas for bulk and liquid materials, heliport and other related equipment. Our jack-ups are used for drilling in water depths from 20 feet to 350 feet. The water depth limit of a particular rig is principally determined by the length of the rig’s legs. A jack-up rig is towed to the drillsite with its hull riding in the sea, as a vessel, with its legs retracted. Once over a drillsite, the legs are lowered until they rest on the seabed and jacking continues until the hull is elevated above the surface of the water. After completion of drilling operations, the hull is lowered until it rests in the water and then the legs are retracted for relocation to another drillsite.

   

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