Seadrill appoints new members to management

John Fredriksen-controlled rig company Seadrill has appointed new chief officers to the management. At the same time, the beleaguered company's board has found its newest director.

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While crisis-hit rig company Seadrill still struggles to land a rescue plan and is currently under bankruptcy protection in the US, the company has appointed new members to join the management and board of directors.

Thursday, the company announced that it will appoint Grant Creed and Leif Nelson as the new chief financial officer and chief operating Officer, according to a press release.

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