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3 June 2020 By Ed Cropley

Oslo-listed Seadrill, founded by billionaire John Fredriksen, wants to swap its $7.4 bln of debt for equity. A slump in crude prices means creditors will face heavy losses. But, with oil majors retrenching and rigs heading for the scrapyard, a bankruptcy could be even messier.

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