Discoverer India is a double hull, enhanced enterprise drillship that was built at South Korea’s Daewoo Shipyard and delivered in 2010. Made to the highest standards dual drilling operations, she is a sixth generation deepwater driller that drills in moderate environments.
Discoverer India uses dynamic positioning to drill holes up to 40,000 feet deep in waters up to 3,657 meters deep. She, along with four sister drillships, is a part of the Discoverer Clear Leader and is both owned and managed by the Geneva-based drilling contractor Transocean. She currently holds the flag of Marshall Islands and is currently drilling for the U.S. offshore from North America in the Gulf of Mexico.