A message from CEO Steven Newman


INBOX: Letters from our customers

Achievements and Milestones

Safety Snapshot

GSF Main Pass I Sets New Record in Saudi Arabia

Jack Bates Team Targets Safety for Strong Performance

Harvey H. Ward Sets World Record


What Makes the Deepwater Champion Tick?

Outstanding Performers: Meet Transocean's 2011 FIRST Excellence Recipients


Shipyard Projects

Newbuild News

Discoverer Spirit Hosts Two Presidents

After a Long Run the Discoverer Luanda Gets it Done

Transocean Ltd. Announces Definitive Agreements to sell 38 Shallow Water Drilling Rigs to Shelf Drilling

Transocean Ltd. Announces Management Changes

Esa Ikäheimonen Joins Transocean Ltd.  Assumes CFO Responsibilities

Transocean SAM Division Named to Brazil’s Top 150 Best Places to Work—Again!

Transocean Once Again Included in Top 100 Best Places to Work in IT

Customer Appreciation in Houston

KG2 Completes First Korean Deepwater Well


Houston: Team Transocean Rides, Raises Funds for MS

U.K. North Sea Division Raises over $32,000 for Local Charities

Transocean Employees Show Support for Our Veterans

Transocean Radio Operator Promotes Cancer Awareness in India

Helping Others is a Kick

Transocean NAM Division Raises over $15,000 for the Texas Children’s Hospital

Record Attendance Makes a Difference at 2012 Employee Beach Cleanup

Houston Employees Rocked the Walk for the Susan G. Komen Foundation

Aberdeen Women’s Team Helps the Fight Against Cancer


Spotlight On: Terry Bonno

Service Anniversaries and Other Events

Pat on the Back


Record Attendance Makes a Difference at 2012 Employee Beach Cleanup

Over 500 employees, family members and friends from Transocean Houston offices volunteered at the 2012 Texas Adopt-A-Beach Cleanup held on September 22.  The attendance was the largest in Transocean history and the family-friendly event set a new precedent for years to come.

Volunteers of all ages gathered at the beach early Saturday morning where Heather Null, Manager, Environmental and Corporate Responsibility and project lead for the volunteer event, welcomed the crowd. John Truschinger, Senior Vice President, Support Services, and CIO, kicked things off by acknowledging the importance and appreciation of everyone’s attendance and contributions to help keep our beaches clean.

During the four-hour event, participants also enjoyed a tamale, fajitas, and all the fixings buffet, sand castles for the kids and “dunked” Transocean executives, John; Bob Herrin, Vice President Internal Audit; Dave Walls, Vice President QHSE; and Aasmund Erlandsen, Vice President, Operations Assurance, in the dunk tank. Funds raised from the “dollars for dunks” went towards Houston’s Susan G. Komen mission to support the fight against cancer.

The flawless execution was a reflection of the leadership and organization from the project team as well as the cooking/serving team, and all who participated.

“Transocean waved its flag high today and our pride even higher,” John said in reflecting on the success of the event. 

Thank you to all volunteers for helping keep our beaches clean!