Why are you called Pacific Drilling?

The “Pacific” in Pacific Drilling continues the theme of other companies associated with our sponsor.

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When were you founded?

Pacific Drilling was founded in 2006. In 2008, we initiated construction of our first four drillships.

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When is your fiscal year end?

December 31.

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Why did Pacific Drilling decide to specialize in high-specification floating rigs?

We believe that the greatest opportunities in the offshore oil and gas industry will be found in technically challenging or remote deepwater fields.

We have chosen to focus only on this segment of the drilling market because there are great advantages from fleet consistency, such as the ability to optimize our maintenance and operating systems and inventories and supply chain processes.

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Where are you listed and what is your ticker symbol?

The Company’s common stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange (“NYSE”) under the ticker symbol “PACD”.

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Where do you operate?

We currently operate in West Africa and the United States Gulf of Mexico.

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Where are you incorporated?

Luxembourg. Our principal executive office is located at:
8-10, Avenue de la Gare
L-1610 Luxembourg

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What is your dividend policy?

Pacific Drilling doesn’t currently pay any dividends.

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How many employees do you have?

Approximately 1,000.

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Where is Pacific Drilling’s corporate office?

Houston, Texas

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How can I get a copy of your annual report?

Please click here to electronically access our latest annual 20-F filing.

You may request a hard copy of our annual filing, free of charge, by emailing Investor@pacificdrilling.com or sending your request to:

Pacific Drilling LLC
c/o Kenny Koury
11700 Katy Freeway
Suite 175
Houston, TX 77079

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