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ÉTATS-UNIS

COMMISSION DES VALEURS MOBILIERES ET DES ECHANGES

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CONFORMÉMENT AU RÈGLEMENT 13a-16 OU
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SELON LA LOI SUR LES ÉCHANGES DE CAPITAUX DE 1934

Date de l'exposition: 19 novembre 2018

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Date d'entrée en vigueur du plan

Comme avant
a annoncé le 12 novembre 2017 que Pacific Drilling S.A. (la "Société") et certaines de ses filiales (collectivement avec la Société, les "débiteurs initiaux") ont soumis des rapports de redressement volontaire (le "
Affaires ") en vertu du chapitre 11 du titre 11 du Code de la faillite des États-Unis pour le district sud de New York (le" tribunal des faillites "), administré conjointement par Dans le pacifique
Forage S.A., et al.
, Affaire No. 17-13193 (TOUR).

Également, comme indiqué précédemment, le 29 octobre 2018,
débiteurs initiaux autres que Pacific Drilling VIII Limited et Pacific Drilling Services, Inc. (collectivement les "débiteurs") ont soumis le quatrième plan de redressement conjoint modifié. Le 2 novembre 2018, le tribunal de la faillite a publié
("Ordonnance de confirmation") approuvant le Plan de restructuration de la dette commune modifié (le "Plan").

Le 19 novembre 2018 (la «date de validité du régime»), le régime est entré en vigueur à ses propres conditions et les débiteurs ont résulté de la faillite.
Cas. Comme décrit plus en détail dans le présent document, selon le schéma, les transactions et événements clés suivants se sont produits à la date de prise d'effet du calendrier (sauf indication contraire, tous les termes commençant par une majuscule utilisés mais non définis dans le présent document ont la signification qui leur est donnée ci-après).
mentionné dans le dessin):

Achèvement de 500,0 $ millions d’actions ordinaires. La société a créé une coentreprise
l’acquisition de droits de souscription de 460,0 M $ et de placements privés de 40,0 M $.

Émission d’actions ordinaires dans le but de compenser les créances sous-jacentes et le paiement de la participation. o
La société a émis des actions ordinaires à l'intention des détenteurs du programme de prêts autorisés B, des billets 2017 autorisés et des billets autorisés pour l'année 2020 et ces exigences ont disparu. La société a également émis des actions ordinaires pour le paiement de la participation participative
Frais

Coût de 750,0 $ Le premier million de billets de Lien et 273,6 $ million
Deuxième note LIK PIK. Libération des revenus de société à société.
Pacific Drilling, premier lien, Escrow Issuer Limited et Pacific Drilling Works, deuxième lien Escrow Issuer Limited, ont fusionné avec la Société; la société a assumé toutes ses obligations
les émetteurs relevant des premières obligations de 8 375% pour 2023 («premières obligations») et de 11 000% / 12 000% pour les deuxièmes téléchargements PIK dus en 2024 (la «deuxième note du PIK») et
dispositions supplémentaires applicables à cet égard; certaines filiales de la Société garantissent les billets comme l’exigent les dispositions des billets et des indemnités supplémentaires sont prévues à leur égard. la société et
les cautions ont signé des documents constituant une garantie conformément aux dispositions des paragraphes et le produit net de l’émission des valeurs mobilières a été remis à la Société.

Remboursement de RCF, SSCF et DIP. La Société a réglé tous ses engagements pré-citation facilité de crédit renouvelable et facilité de crédit garantie de premier rang et rapports ultérieurs débiteur en sa possession financement.

Séparer complètement les stocks. Avant l’émission des actions décrites ci-dessus, la société
un 1 pour 10 000 division du stock inverse.

Modification des statuts. Les statuts de la société ont été modifiés
d’autres choses, reflète la nouvelle structure du capital et crée un conseil classifié composé de gestionnaires de classe A et de classe B.

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Accord de gouvernance. La société a conclu une convention de gestion avec certains détenteurs de ses actions,
qui prévoit notamment la nomination du directeur et les droits des observateurs des parties, ainsi que l'accord d'augmentation du capital de la société à la demande de certaines parties.

Démission des administrateurs et élection de nouveaux administrateurs. Tous les administrateurs de la société avant la nôtre
(W. Matt Ralls (président), Bernie G. Wolford Jr. et David Weinstein ont rejoint le conseil d’administration en tant que membres de la classe A (le «conseil») et lors de leur comparution en cas de faillite
Les administrateurs et Daniel Han, Donald Platner et Kiran Ramineni ont rejoint le conseil en tant qu'administrateurs de catégorie B.

Nomination du directeur général. Bernie G. Wolford Jr. a été nommé directeur général
Société.

Convention sur les droits d'inscription. La société a conclu une convention de droits de souscription avec certains
porteurs d’actions, qui leur confèrent certains droits de souscription à l’égard des titres qui sont les souscripteurs, tels que définis dans ces titres.

À la suite de l’émission des actions ordinaires décrites ci-dessus, la Société a émis et est en attente d’environ la date de prise d’effet du plan.
75,0 millions d'actions ordinaires et environ 7,5 millions d'actions sont destinées à être émises dans le cadre de régimes de gestion incitatifs. En raison de l’attribution bidirectionnelle des actions et de l’émission d’actions ordinaires nouvelles dans le cadre du programme, comme décrit ci-dessus,
Les actions ordinaires de la société avant sa comparution en cas de faillite ont été dissoutes pour représenter moins de 0,003% des actions ordinaires en circulation de la société.

La Société estime que les détenteurs des actions ordinaires immédiatement après l’émission des actions à compter de la date de commencement du calendrier sont les suivants:
(chacun tel que défini dans l'accord de gouvernance):

Actionnaire principal

Après l'apparition
Propriété (%)

Parties de l'avenue

24,94 %

Pièces SVP

24,91 %

Abrams Parts

9,89 %

Parties de fidélité

7,96 %

Whitebox parties

6,70 %

Quantum Pacific (Gibraltar) Ltd.

5.12 %

Highbridge places

2,73 %

Total

82.24 %

Les deux filiales de la société ont participé à un arbitrage avec Samsung Heavy Industries Co. Ltd par rapport au Pacifique
Zonda, à savoir Pacific Drilling VIII Limited et Pacific Drilling Services, Inc. (collectivement les "débiteurs de Zonda") ne sont pas des débiteurs dans le cadre du plan et ont l'intention de soumettre un plan de restructuration séparé.

Inclusion dans un important accord définitif. Création d'un passif financier immédiat

Évidements complémentaires

Comme indiqué précédemment,
Selon le plan, Pacific Drilling, premier filiale fiduciaire, émetteur Limitée (le «premier émetteur entiercement fiduciaire"), filiale à part entière de la Société, a conclu un contrat ("Contrat relatif aux billets de premier rang"
Le 26 septembre 2018, entre First Emetteur Escrow Lien et Wilmington Trust, une association nationale, en qualité de fiduciaire (mandataire) et de mandataire, concernant l'émission de 750 millions de dollars par l'émetteur First Lien Escrow
capital total de 8,375% des obligations de premier rang échéant en 2023. En outre,

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Second Lien Escrow Issuer Limited, une filiale à part entière de la Société,
Notes de fiducie "et, conjointement avec la convention de fiducie relative aux billets de premier rang," actes de fiducie) entre le tiers séquestre bloqué et l'administrateur, en qualité de fiduciaire et de preneur ferme, en ce qui concerne l'émission du deuxième privilège
Escrow Emetteur d'environ 273,6 millions de dollars de capital total de 11 000% / 12 000% de billets PIK de deuxième lien, échéant en 2024.

À propos du plan efficace
Date d’émission du premier émetteur entiercé et de la deuxième fusion Cet émetteur au sein de la Société et la Société a pris en charge toutes les obligations du premier émetteur entiercé et du deuxième émetteur entiercé en vertu des alinéas,
indications supplémentaires (les "premiers tirets supplémentaires"). De plus, à la date de prise d'effet du plan, les filiales de la Société (à l'exception des débiteurs de Zonda, de Pacific International Drilling West Africa Ltd. et de certains actifs incorporels)
filiales) (les "garants") garantissent les obligations découlant des mandats en exécutant la deuxième indication supplémentaire (les "deuxièmes réductions supplémentaires" et en même temps que les premières clauses complémentaires)
"Réductions supplémentaires") et la société et les garants ont délivré des documents constituant le cautionnement requis par les ordonnances.

En conséquence de ce qui précède, les premiers billets de privilège sont garantis conjointement, solidairement et complètement et inconditionnellement sur une base sécurisée supérieure par
Des garanties. Les premières obligations sont garanties par des titres de priorité absolue pour la quasi-totalité des actifs de la Société et du garant (à l'exception de certains actifs exonérés), notamment (i) des navires, (ii) des livres et registres, (iii)
les comptes de dépôt et les montants qu’ils contiennent, (iv) l’affectation des produits de la coque et de la machinerie et l’assurance perte de location, (v) l’affectation des bénéfices tirés des contrats de forage, et (vi) la détention des actions détenues par la Société;
En tout état de cause, les garants font l’objet de certaines exceptions, notamment le fait que ces droits de priorité feront l’objet d’un paiement prioritaire aux futurs détenteurs, le cas échéant, d’un privilège de premier rang jusqu’à 50,0 millions de dollars. . Dans
En outre, les deuxièmes billets PIK sont garantis conjointement et solidairement et inconditionnellement par toutes les filiales de la Société, garantis par les billets de premier rang de la société et garantis par
droits de deuxième priorité pour tous les actifs et garants de la société qui servent également de garantie pour les premiers prêts de la société.

Pour un
une description détaillée des premiers billets privilèges et des deuxièmes billets privilège PIK, nous consulter Formulaire 6-K. déposé le 28 septembre 2018 auprès de la Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC").

Convention entre créanciers

À propos du plan efficace
À ce jour, les parties ont conclu un accord d’interconnexion en date du 19 novembre 2018 entre Wilmington Trust, National Union, en sa qualité d’agent en garantie du nantissement de privilège de premier rang et Wilmington Trust, National Union,
son statut d’agent d’assurance privilège subalterne est reconnu et accepté par la Société et ses sponsors (le "Contrat d’accréditation"). La relation entre les détenteurs de billets de premier rang (ainsi que toute garantie future)
), d’une part, et les deuxièmes billets de Lien PIK (et de tout titre de créance futur), d’autre part, sont régis par la convention de crédit. En vertu de l’Accord commercial, les engagements garantissant la première dette sont nettement plus élevés
Priorité dans les sûretés tangibles garantissant le solde débiteur inférieur. Si la société procède à des soldes de premier débit futurs, la relation entre ces créanciers et les billets de premier rang sera régie par un contrat de garantie. Un tel accord permettrait
priorité pour les détenteurs d’une dette future garantie jusqu’à 50 millions de dollars.

Accord de gouvernance

À la date d’entrée en vigueur du programme, la Société a conclu un accord de gouvernance ("accord de gouvernance") avec certains de ses actionnaires, désignés
comme parties de l'avenue, les partis SVP et autres prêteurs

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(composé des parties Abrams, des parties Loyalty, des parties Highbridge et des Whitebox, chacune telle que définie dans l’accord de gouvernance).

Prévisions des candidats. En vertu de la convention de gouvernance, à l’expiration de la durée, comme il est indiqué ci-après, les parties sont autorisées à
nommer un gestionnaire de classe B, le vice-président principal a le droit de nommer un gestionnaire de classe B. Les autres entrepreneurs ont le droit de nommer un gestionnaire de classe B. Chacune de ces parties a également le droit de combler un poste vacant.
en ce qui concerne le candidat au poste de directeur de classe B.

"Ordre de résiliation" désigne la première fois que la société est connue
que l'une des parties Avenue (collectivement et collectivement), (ii) les parties SVP (collectivement et collectivement) ou (iii) les autres prêteurs (collectivement et collectivement avec chacun)
10) ou moins (le «seuil de propriété») des actions émises et en circulation de la Société, détiennent ou détiennent le record et détiennent le record et ont le pouvoir de voter ou de diriger le vote.

Droits d'observateur du conseil. Les parties suivantes (chacune d'entre elles est l'actionnaire observateur) ont chacune le droit de nommer un observateur au conseil jusqu'à ce que
Dès que la Société sait que l’observateur des actionnaires (ainsi que les porteurs autorisés tels qu’énoncés dans la convention) cesse de détenir un bénéficiaire ou un enregistrement et dispose du pouvoir de voter ou de diriger le vote,
le seuil du pourcentage initial de cet actionnaire observateur: les parties Abrams, les parties Avenue, les parties Loyalty, les parties Highbridge, les parties SVP et les parties Whitebox. "Limite de débit initiale" signifie,
en ce qui concerne tout actionnaire observateur, (a) cinq pour cent (5%) des actions émises et en circulation de la société ou (b) cinquante pour cent (50%) des actions de la société, permis
Transferts détenus collectivement, véritablement ou officiellement et ayant le pouvoir de voter ou de diriger le vote à la fermeture des bureaux à la date de la convention de gouvernance.

Autorisation supplémentaire d'immobilisation. Chacune des sociétés, les parties avenue et les parties SVP ont convenu de tout obtenir
les actions nécessaires pour modifier les statuts dans les meilleurs délais, à la demande de toute société, des parties ou des parties, afin de donner au conseil d'administration le pouvoir d'accroître
Ensuite, le capital-actions actuel de la société d'au moins 1,0 million de dollars (représenté par un total d'actions autorisées de 100,0 millions de dollars) (tel que le capital-actions actuel de 825 000 $ de la société) avec l'émission
actions nouvelles qui ont les mêmes droits que les actions existantes ou sans une telle émission.

Exemption de l'opportunité d'entreprise. L'accord de gouvernance
comprend une large exemption de la Société par la Société en faveur des actionnaires qui sont parties à la convention et de certaines parties liées telles que décrites dans la convention.

Informations confidentielles Les administrateurs et observateurs de classe B peuvent, à la demande de la partie qu'ils désignent, partager la société avec confidentialité.
informations avec la partie désignée, à condition que celle-ci détermine qu’elle a conclu un accord de confidentialité avec la Société.

S'abonner
Les droits

À la date d’entrée en vigueur du programme, la société a conclu un contrat d’enregistrement des droits (le «contrat
) Avec Quantum Pacific (Gibraltar) Limited ("QPGL") et ses actionnaires dans le contrat de gouvernance, en ce qui concerne les souscriptions telles que définies dans le contrat de souscription. Selon
La Société établira une déclaration d’inscription préalable et y inclura tous les titres détenus par tout porteur demandant à ce que tout ou partie des titres de ses porteurs soient inclus au plus tard.
cinq jours ouvrables après la date à laquelle la Société a soumis ou déposé les états financiers intermédiaires de la Commission du marché des capitaux pour le troisième trimestre de l'exercice 2018. La Société a accepté de déposer la déclaration d'enregistrement préalable auprès de la Securities and Exchange Commission au plus tard le
dixième jour ouvrable

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μετά την ημερομηνία που η Εταιρεία προσκομίζει ή αρχειοθετεί τις ενδιάμεσες οικονομικές καταστάσεις της Επιτροπής Κεφαλαιαγοράς για το τρίτο τρίμηνο του φορολογικού έτους 2018. Η δήλωση εγγραφής στο ράφι μπορεί να τροποποιηθεί, μεταξύ άλλων
υπό τις περιστάσεις που καθορίζονται στη Συμφωνία Δικαιωμάτων Εγγραφής, να εγγραφούν καταχωρίσιμες Τίτλοι που δεν είχαν συμπεριληφθεί προηγουμένως στη δήλωση καταχώρησης σε ράφι και πρέπει να τροποποιηθούν ή να αντικατασταθούν από αυτόματο ράφι
εάν και μετά τη στιγμή που η Εταιρεία γίνει επιλέξιμη για τη χρήση μιας. Η Εταιρεία θα χρησιμοποιήσει τις εύλογες προσπάθειές της ώστε η δήλωση καταχώρησης ραφιού να τεθεί σε ισχύ όσο το δυνατόν ταχύτερα και να τη διατηρήσει συνεχώς
αποτελεσματικός. Η Σύμβαση Δικαιωμάτων Εγγραφής περιέχει επίσης διατάξεις που επιτρέπουν την αναδοχή συναλλαγών μεταπώλησης ραφιού με μια προσδοκώμενη συνολική τιμή προσφοράς στο κοινό ύψους τουλάχιστον 150,0 εκατ. Δολαρίων.

Επιπλέον, η Συμφωνία Δικαιωμάτων Εγγραφής παρέχει ορισμένα δικαιώματα εγγραφής σε δικαιώματα σε μέρη που κατέχουν επωφελώς τουλάχιστον το 10% της Εταιρείας
με την προϋπόθεση ότι η προσδοκώμενη συνολική προσφερόμενη τιμή στο κοινό είναι τουλάχιστον 150,0 εκατομμύρια δολάρια ή τουλάχιστον το 20% των τότε εκκρεμών Εγγραφών Τίτλων (για το μέρος που ασκεί το δικαίωμα εγγραφής της ζήτησης μαζί με άλλα
οι κάτοχοι δικαιώματος να καταχωρίσουν τις μετοχές τους μαζί με τον κάτοχο της εισήγησης). Η Σύμβαση Δικαιωμάτων Εγγραφής περιέχει επίσης συνηθισμένα δικαιώματα εγγραφής "piggyback" εάν η Εταιρεία προτείνει την υποβολή δήλωσης εγγραφής με
όσον αφορά την προσφορά των μετοχών της.

Η Σύμβαση Δικαιωμάτων Εγγραφής περιέχει συνήθεις όρους, περιορισμούς, περιόδους αναστολής, περιόδους διακοπής λειτουργίας
και τις δευτερεύουσες απαιτήσεις, καθώς και τις συνήθεις διατάξεις αποζημίωσης και εισφορών. Η Εταιρεία θα καταβάλει γενικά όλα τα έξοδα εγγραφής εκτός από τα τέλη αναδοχής, τις εκπτώσεις, τις προμήθειες, τους φόρους μεταβίβασης ή παρόμοιους φόρους ή τέλη. Επάνω σε
η Εταιρεία έχει επίγνωση ότι δεν μπορεί να χαρακτηριστεί ως ξένος ιδιωτικός εκδότης κατά την τελευταία εργάσιμη ημέρα ενός δεύτερου οικονομικού τριμήνου, η Εταιρεία πρέπει να ενημερώσει τους κατόχους το αργότερο 10 εργάσιμες ημέρες μετά. Η Συμφωνία Δικαιωμάτων Εγγραφής
τερματίζεται σε σχέση με οποιονδήποτε κάτοχο, όταν ο κάτοχος παύσει να κατέχει Τίτλους Διαπραγμάτευσης (εκτός από ορισμένα δικαιώματα αποζημίωσης και ενημέρωσης).

Διευθύνσεις συμφωνιών αποζημιώσεων

Στο Σχέδιο
Η Εταιρεία έχει συνάψει συμφωνίες αποζημίωσης με κάθε νέο διευθυντή. Οι συμφωνίες αποζημίωσης συμπληρώνουν τα δικαιώματα αποζημίωσης των διευθυντών βάσει του Καταστατικού της Εταιρείας και παρέχουν, μεταξύ άλλων
για υποχρεωτική αποζημίωση έναντι υποχρεώσεων και ζημιών καθώς και υποχρεωτική πρόβλεψη και επιστροφή εξόδων που ενδέχεται να προκύψουν από τους ασκούμενους σε διαδικασίες που προκύπτουν από την υπηρεσία τους ως διευθυντές στο έπακρο
επιτρέπεται από το νόμο.

Τερματισμός οριστικής υλικής συμφωνίας

Προ-παραπομπή Χρέος και χρηματοδότηση DIP

Την Ημερομηνία Έναρξης του Σχεδίου, σύμφωνα με το Σχέδιο, την Εταιρεία προ-παραπομπή εξασφαλισμένη πιστωτική διευκόλυνση και
ανανεώσιμης πιστωτικής διευκόλυνσης καταβλήθηκαν εξ ολοκλήρου. Συνεπώς, περατώθηκαν οι ακόλουθες συμφωνίες:

η Τροποποιημένη και Αναθεωρημένη Σύμβαση Αρχικής Ασφαλισμένης Πιστωτικής Διευκόλυνσης, με ημερομηνία 13 Σεπτεμβρίου 2013, ως
τροποποιήθηκε μεταξύ του Pacific Sharav S.à r.l. και Pacific Drilling VII Limited, ως δανειολήπτες, Pacific Drilling S.A., ως εγγυητής, καθώς και οι διοργανωτές, οι δανειστές, οι πράκτορες και οι τράπεζες που κατονομάζονται σε αυτά. et

τη Σύμβαση πίστωσης, με ημερομηνία 3 Ιουνίου 2013, όπως τροποποιήθηκε, μεταξύ της Pacific Drilling S.A., ως δανειολήπτη,
Διάφοροι δανειστές και Citibank, Ν.Α., ως διοικητικός πράκτορας και εκδότης δανείου, Citigroup Global Markets Inc., Goldman Sachs Bank USA και Deutsche Bank Securities Inc., ως Μικτοί Διευθυντές Διακανονισμού και Joint Bookrunners, Barclays Bank PLC,
Bookrunners και Citigroup Global Markets Inc., ως Συνδρομητής.

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Την Ημερομηνία Έναρξης Προγραμματισμού, σύμφωνα με το Σχέδιο, όλες τις εκκρεμούσες υποχρεώσεις της Εταιρείας κάτω από τις ακόλουθες
τα χρεόγραφα ακυρώθηκαν:

το Indenture, ημερομηνίας 28 Νοεμβρίου 2012, όπως τροποποιήθηκε, μεταξύ της Pacific Drilling V Limited, ως εκδότης, του
Η Εταιρεία, ως εγγυητής-γονέας, κάθε εγγυητής θυγατρικής του εκδότη και η Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas, ως διαχειριστής και ασφαλειολήπτης, που σχετίζονται με τις 7.250% ανώτερες εξασφαλισμένες τράπεζες της Εταιρείας που οφείλονται μέχρι το 2017 ("Σημειώσεις 2017").

το Indenture, ημερομηνίας 3 Ιουνίου 2013, όπως τροποποιήθηκε, μεταξύ της Εταιρείας, ως εκδότης, του εγγυητή
και Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas, ως διαχειριστής, που σχετίζονται με τα 5.375% ανώτερα εξασφαλισμένα χαρτονομίσματα της Εταιρείας για το 2020 ("Σημειώσεις για το 2020"). et

η Συμφωνία Δανειακού Δανείου, με ημερομηνία 3 Ιουνίου 2013, μεταξύ της Εταιρείας, ως δανειολήπτη, και διάφορους δανειστές και
χρηματοοικονομικούς πράκτορες που σχετίζονται με το ανώτατο ασφαλισμένο δάνειο ύψους 750 εκατομμυρίων δολαρίων της Εταιρείας με λήξη το 2018 ("Term Loan B").

Οι κάτοχοι των σημειώσεων 2017 της Εταιρείας, των ομολόγων και του επιτοκίου για το έτος 2020 εξομοιώθηκαν πλήρως με τις απαιτήσεις τους και έλαβαν τις περισσότερες κοινές μετοχές
σύμφωνα με το Σχέδιο.

Κατά την Ημερομηνία Ισχύος του Προγράμματος, οι Χρεώστες χρησιμοποίησαν τα καθαρά έσοδα από την έκδοση των Πρώτων Χρεογράφων και των Δεύτερων Χρεώσεων της PIK
να εξοφλήσει το οφειλόμενο χρέος σύμφωνα με την προηγούμενη γνωστοποίηση Ο οφειλέτης-κατοχή Διάρκεια Σύμβασης Δανείου ταυτόχρονα με την εμφάνιση της Εταιρείας από την
Περιπτώσεις πτώχευσης.

Μη διανεμημένες πωλήσεις μετοχών

Την Ημερομηνία Έναρξης του Σχεδίου, σύμφωνα με το Σχέδιο, η Εταιρεία εξέδωσε:

(1)

24.416.442 κοινές μετοχές (ή περίπου το 32,6% των εκκρεμών μετοχών) στους κατόχους των μετοχών της Εταιρείας
Διάρκεια δανείου Β, 2017 σημειώσεις και 2020 Σημειώσεις σε αντάλλαγμα για τους ισχυρισμούς τους?

(2)

44,174,136 κοινές μετοχές (ή περίπου το 58,9% των εκκρεμών μετοχών) στους κατόχους των τίτλων δανείου Term B,
2017 Notes και 2020 Σημειώσεις που έχουν εγγραφεί στο εταιρικό κεφάλαιο της Εταιρείας ύψους $ 460,0 εκατ.

(3)

3.841.229 κοινές μετοχές (ή περίπου 5,1% των μετοχών σε κυκλοφορία) στο QPGL σε 40,0 εκατομμύρια δολάρια
ιδιωτική τοποθέτηση. et

(4)

2.566.056 κοινές μετοχές (ή περίπου 3,4% των εκκρεμών μετοχών) σε μέλη ad hoc ομάδας
οι κάτοχοι των χαρτονομισμάτων του επιτοκίου B, 2017 σημειώσεις και 2020 σημειώνει την καταβολή του τέλους για την παρακώλυση της προσφοράς δικαιωμάτων μετοχών.

Σαν
από την έκδοση των κοινών μετοχών που περιγράφηκαν ανωτέρω, η Εταιρεία έχει εκδώσει και εκκρεμεί κατά την Ημερομηνία Έναρξης Προγραμματισμού περίπου 75,0 εκατομμύρια κοινές μετοχές. Επιπλέον, περίπου 7,5 εκατομμύρια μετοχές προορίζονται για έκδοση
σύμφωνα με σχέδια διαχείρισης κινήτρων. Λόγω της απόσχισης του μετοχικού κεφαλαίου και της έκδοσης των νέων κοινών μετοχών στο πλαίσιο του Προγράμματος όπως περιγράφεται ανωτέρω, οι κοινές μετοχές της Εταιρείας πριν από την εμφάνιση της Εταιρείας από τις περιπτώσεις πτώχευσης
έτσι ώστε να αντιπροσωπεύουν συνολικά λιγότερο από το 0,003% των εκκρεμών κοινών μετοχών της Εταιρείας.

Η έκδοση κοινών μετοχών
που περιγράφηκε στο σημείο (1) ανωτέρω, απαλλάχθηκε από την εγγραφή σύμφωνα με τον νόμο περί κινητών αξιών του 1933, όπως τροποποιήθηκε («ο νόμος περί κινητών αξιών») σύμφωνα με το άρθρο 1145 του κώδικα πτώχευσης,

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η οποία γενικά απαλλάσσει από τις εν λόγω απαιτήσεις καταχώρισης την έκδοση τίτλων βάσει σχεδίου αναδιοργάνωσης. Η έκδοση κοινών μετοχών σε σχέση με την προσφορά μετοχικών δικαιωμάτων
που περιγράφεται στο σημείο 2 απαλλάσσεται από την καταχώριση βάσει του νόμου περί κινητών αξιών σύμφωνα με το άρθρο 1145 του κώδικα πτώχευσης ή το τμήμα 4 στοιχείο α) σημείο 2 του νόμου περί κινητών αξιών, το οποίο απαλλάσσει από τον εκδότη την ιδιωτική τοποθέτηση τίτλων
η προσφορά και πώληση αυτών των τίτλων δεν συνεπάγεται δημόσια προσφορά. Η έκδοση κοινών μετοχών σε σχέση με την ιδιωτική τοποθέτηση που περιγράφεται στο σημείο (3) ανωτέρω απαλλάχθηκε από την εγγραφή σύμφωνα με τον
Του κανονισμού S βάσει του νόμου περί κινητών αξιών, ο οποίος απαλλάσσει ορισμένες υπεράκτιες συναλλαγές που συνεπάγονται πώληση μετοχών προς μη-ΗΠΑ. άτομα εκτός των Ηνωμένων Πολιτειών. Η έκδοση κοινών μετοχών σε σχέση με
η αμοιβή αντισυσσωμάτων που περιγράφεται στο σημείο (4) ανωτέρω απαλλάχθηκε από την καταχώριση σύμφωνα με το άρθρο 4 (α) (2) του νόμου περί κινητών αξιών.

Υλικό
Τροποποίηση των δικαιωμάτων των κατόχων κινητών αξιών

Αντίστροφη διαίρεση αποθέματος

Στις 19 Νοεμβρίου 2018, με έγκριση των μετόχων σε Έκτακτη Γενική Συνέλευση των Μετόχων, η Εταιρία πραγματοποίησε, μεταξύ άλλων, 1-για-10.000 (reverse split stock), σύμφωνα με την οποία οι μέτοχοι της Εταιρείας έλαβαν μία νέα κοινή μετοχή
μετοχή για κάθε 10.000 κοινές μετοχές που κατείχαν. Σε σχέση με το Split Reverse Stock, οι κοινές μετοχές της Εταιρείας άρχισαν να διαπραγματεύονται σε διαβαθμισμένη βάση από την έναρξη της διαπραγμάτευσης στις 19 Νοεμβρίου 2018. Κανένα κλάσμα μετοχών
εκδόθηκαν σε σχέση με το Split Reverse Stock. Αντίθετα, οι κάτοχοι κλασματικών μετοχών θα καταβληθούν σε μετρητά για τυχόν κλασματικά συμφέροντα, το ποσό των οποίων δεν είναι συνολικά σημαντικό.

Μεταβολή στο μετοχικό κεφάλαιο

Επίσης στις 19 Νοεμβρίου,
2018, σε Έκτακτη Γενική Συνέλευση των Μετόχων, οι μέτοχοι της Εταιρείας ενέκριναν αύξηση του μετοχικού κεφαλαίου της Εταιρείας σε 825.000 δολάρια ή 82.5 εκατομμύρια μετοχές εκ των οποίων εκδόθηκαν περίπου 75.0 εκατομμύρια μετοχές
και εκκρεμούν σε σχέση με την εμφάνιση της Εταιρείας από τις περιπτώσεις πτώχευσης και οι υπόλοιπες εγκεκριμένες μετοχές ή περίπου 7,5 εκατομμύρια μετοχές εκδόθηκαν στην Pacific Drilling Administrators Limited,
θυγατρική της Εταιρείας, να τηρεί σε σχέση με πιθανές μελλοντικές εκδόσεις στο πλαίσιο του προγράμματος παροχής κινήτρων διαχείρισης της Εταιρείας.

Επιπρόσθετα
τα προαναφερθέντα, βλέπε τις πρόσθετες πληροφορίες που περιέχονται στο παρόν κείμενο σχετικά με τις τροποποιήσεις του καταστατικού μας, τη συμφωνία διακυβέρνησης και τις νέες εκδόσεις μετοχών.

Αλλαγή ελέγχου

Ως αποτέλεσμα της μετοχής
αλλαγές στη σύνθεση του Διοικητικού Συμβουλίου, τροποποιήσεις των άρθρων και Συμφωνία Διακυβέρνησης που περιγράφονται σε άλλα σημεία του παρόντος, μια αλλαγή στον έλεγχο της Εταιρείας έγινε την Ημερομηνία Έναρξης του Σχεδίου σε σχέση με την Εταιρεία
από τις περιπτώσεις πτώχευσης.

Αναχώρηση διευθυντών ή ορισμένων αξιωματικών. Εκλογή διευθυντικών στελεχών. Διορισμός ορισμένων αξιωματικών

Αναχώρηση Διευθυντών

Σύμφωνα με
το Σχέδιο, από την Ημερομηνία Έναρξης του Σχεδίου, όλοι οι διευθυντές της Εταιρείας παραιτήθηκαν από το Διοικητικό Συμβούλιο, δηλαδή οι κκ. Cyril Ducau, N. Scott Fine, Jeremy Asher, Antoine Bonnier, Laurence Charney, Sami Iskander, Matthew Samuels και Robert Schwed.

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Διορισμός Διευθυντών

Σύμφωνα με το σχέδιο, από την ημερομηνία έναρξης ισχύος του σχεδίου, ο W. Matt Ralls (πρόεδρος), Bernie G. Wolford Jr. και David Weinstein προσχώρησαν στο διοικητικό συμβούλιο ως κλάδος Α
Οι Διευθυντές και οι Daniel Han, Donald Platner και Kiran Ramineni προσχώρησαν στο Διοικητικό Συμβούλιο ως Διευθυντές της Κατηγορίας Β. Ορισμένες βιογραφικές πληροφορίες σχετικά με τους νέους διευθυντές συνοψίζονται παρακάτω.

W. Matt Ralls – ηλικία 69 ετών: Ο κ. Ralls ήταν Πρόεδρος και Διευθύνων Σύμβουλος των εταιρειών Rowan από τον Ιανουάριο του 2009 μέχρι τον Μάρτιο
2013 ως Διευθύνων Σύμβουλος μέχρι τον Απρίλιο του 2014 ως διευθυντής από το 2009 και ως Εκτελεστικός Πρόεδρος του Διοικητικού Συμβουλίου από τον Απρίλιο του 2014 έως την αποχώρησή του από την εταιρεία τον Απρίλιο του 2016. Διετέλεσε Εκτελεστικός Αντιπρόεδρος και Διευθύνων Σύμβουλος της
GlobalSantaFe Corporation από τον Ιούνιο του 2005 μέχρι τον Νοέμβριο του 2007 και ως Ανώτερος Αντιπρόεδρος και Οικονομικός Διευθυντής αυτής της εταιρείας από το 2001 έως το 2005. Ο κ. Ralls έχει διαδραματίσει διαφόρους άλλους διαχειριστικούς και οικονομικούς ρόλους με άλλες πετρελαιοπηγές και
εταιρείες παραγωγής. Ο κ. Ralls υπηρετεί επίσης ως διευθυντής της Superior Energy Services (όπου υπηρετεί ως Πρόεδρος της Επιτροπής Αποζημίωσης και μέλος της Επιτροπής Διορισμών και Εταιρικής Διακυβέρνησης), Cabot Oil and Gas Corporation
(όπου υπηρετεί ως Πρόεδρος της Επιτροπής Εταιρικής Διακυβέρνησης και Διορισμών και ως μέλος της Επιτροπής Αποζημίωσης) και της NCS Multistage Holdings, Inc. (όπου υπηρετεί στην Επιτροπή Ελέγχου και την Αποζημίωση,
Επιτροπή Διακυβέρνησης).

Bernie G. Wolford Jr. – ηλικία 59 ετών: Ο κ. Wolford προσχώρησε στο συμβούλιο μας και διορίστηκε αρχηγός μας
Διευθυντής κατά την εμφάνισή μας από τις περιπτώσεις πτώχευσης. Πριν από την είσοδό μας στην εταιρεία μας, από τις 3 Φεβρουαρίου 2012, ο κ. Wolford ήταν ανώτερος αντιπρόεδρος – Operations Noble Corporation ("Noble"). Αυτός
διετέλεσε Αντιπρόεδρος-Λειτουργική Αριστεία του Noble από το Μάρτιο του 2010 έως τον Φεβρουάριο του 2012. Από τον Ιανουάριο του 2003 έως τον Μάρτιο του 2010, ο κ. Wolford ήταν αυτοαπασχολούμενος. Κατά το διάστημα αυτό, παρέσχε συμβουλευτικές υπηρεσίες στον Noble ως εργολάβος της
κατασκευή του Noble Dave Beard από τον Μάρτιο του 2009 έως τον Δεκέμβριο του 2009. Ο κ. Wolford είναι επίσης σημαντικός μέτοχος της Mass Technology Corporation, ανεξάρτητος πάροχος υπηρεσιών στον τομέα εξευγενισμού και αποθήκευσης προς τα κάτω, και υποστήριξε
τις δραστηριότητες της εταιρείας αυτής από τον Φεβρουάριο του 2007 έως τον Φεβρουάριο του 2009. Ο κ. Wolford ξεκίνησε τη σταδιοδρομία του στη βιομηχανία γεώτρησης ανοιχτής θάλασσας με το Transworld Drilling το 1981, το οποίο αποκτήθηκε από τον Noble το 1991. Από το 1981 έως το Δεκέμβριο του 2002,
σε διάφορους ρόλους στη μηχανική, τη διαχείριση έργων και τις λειτουργίες με την Transworld και την Noble.

David Weinstein – ηλικία 59 ετών: κ. Weinstein
είναι σήμερα μέλος του Διοικητικού Συμβουλίου της TRU Taj Finance Inc., θυγατρικής της Toys "R" Us Inc., και ως Αναπληρωτής Πρόεδρος του Διοικητικού Συμβουλίου της TORM plc. Έχει επίσης διατελέσει Πρόεδρος του Διοικητικού Συμβουλίου του Ομίλου Oneida Inc. από την
Ιούνιος 2015 έως Σεπτέμβριος 2018. Από τον Ιανουάριο του 2017 έως τον Ιούλιο του 2018, ο κ. Weinstein υπηρέτησε σε διάφορους εκτελεστικούς ηγετικούς ρόλους στην Seadrill Limited, μεταξύ άλλων ως διευθυντής και ως πρόεδρος της Επιτροπής Αναχρηματοδότησης της Seadrill. Εξυπηρέτησε επίσης
ως διευθυντής και ως πρόεδρος της επιτροπής αποζημίωσης της Stone Energy Corporation από το Μάρτιο του 2017 έως τον Μάιο του 2018. Ο κ. Weinstein υπηρετούσε προηγουμένως σε διάφορους εκτελεστικούς ρόλους ηγεσίας με την Horizon Lines, Inc., από τον Νοέμβριο του 2011 μέχρι τον Ιούνιο
2015, μεταξύ άλλων ως διευθυντής και ως πρόεδρος του διοικητικού της συμβουλίου. Έχει επίσης υπηρετήσει σε διάφορα άλλα συμβούλια και σε εκτελεστικούς ηγετικούς ρόλους σε διάφορες ιδιωτικές και δημόσιες εταιρείες, μεταξύ άλλων, στο πετρέλαιο, το φυσικό αέριο και το χημικό
industries, including most recently, as a director of DeepOcean Group Holdings AS from June 2011 until January 2017. From September 2009 through August 2016, Mr. Weinstein served as Chairman of the Finance Committee and as a member of the
Compensation Committee of Axiall Corporation. Previously, Mr. Weinstein served from March 2007 through August 2008 as Managing Director and Group Head, Debt Capital Markets – High Yield and Leverage Finance at Calyon Securities Inc., and
from March 2000 through February 2002 as Managing Director and Head of High Yield Origination and Capital Markets at BNP Paribas. Previously, Mr. Weinstein was a Managing Director and Head of High Yield Capital Markets for BankBoston Securities
and Chase Securities, Inc., and head of the Capital Markets Group in the High Yield Department at Lehman Brothers.

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Daniel Han – age 40: Mr. Han has served as a Managing Director and Co-Head of the North American investment team of Strategic Value Partners LLC, which he joined in 2014. From 2002 to 2014, Mr. Han was with Wellspring Capital Management, most recently as a Principal and a
member of Wellspring’s Investment Committee. From 2000 to 2002, Mr. Han was an Investment Banking Analyst in the Mergers and Acquisitions Group at J.P. Morgan. Mr. Han has served on the board of directors of several portfolio
companies of Strategic Value Partners.

Donald Platner – age 34: Mr. Platner is an Investment Analyst at Abrams Capital,
which he joined in 2013. Prior to joining Abrams Capital, he was at Goldman, Sachs & Co. from 2006 to 2013, where he was a vice president in the Americas Special Situations Group. At Goldman Sachs, he was responsible for investments in both the
public and private markets, primarily in the energy and industrials sectors. He also serves as a director of Louis Berger Group (where he serves as Chairman of the Compensation Committee and a member of the Audit Committee). He previously served as
a director of Opal Resources LLC.

Kiran Ramineni – age 38: Mr. Ramineni is a Vice President at Avenue Capital Group
with a focus on energy and utility investments. Prior to joining the firm in 2014, he was a Senior Vice President of strategy and finance at U.S. Power Generating Company since 2007.

Appointment of Chief Executive Officer

Bernie G.
Wolford Jr. was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Company on the Plan Effective Date upon the Company’s emergence from the Bankruptcy Cases. Biographical information about Mr. Wolford appears above under the heading
“Appointment of Directors.” Mr. Wolford succeeds Paul T. Reese, who served as Chief Executive Officer of the Company since August 2017.

On
the Plan Effective Date, the Board approved, and the Company or an affiliate intends to enter into, an employment agreement with Mr. Wolford. Pursuant to the agreement, Mr. Wolford will remain employed until he resigns or his employment is
terminated by the Company in accordance with the terms of the agreement. Under the employment agreement, Mr. Wolford will receive an annual base salary, an annual target bonus opportunity of a minimum of 100% of annual base salary, and will
receive certain sign-on equity awards. The employment agreement includes a 12-month post-employment noncompetition covenant and a
24-month post-employment nonsolicitation covenant with respect to employees, contractors, customers and suppliers. Mr. Wolford’s employment agreement provides for severance payments and benefits if
the Company terminates his employment other than for cause or he terminates his employment for good reason, as defined in the agreement, subject to Mr. Wolford’s execution and nonrevocation of a release of claims in favor of the Company,
its subsidiaries and affiliates.

Amendments to Articles of Association

At an Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders on November 19, 2018, the Company’s shareholders approved amendments to the Company’s
Articles of Association (as amended, the “Articles”). Pursuant to the Articles, from and after the Plan Effective Date until the occurrence of the Nomination Termination Time (as defined in the Governance Agreement described above), our
board of directors will be divided into two classes, designated Class A (composed of four (4) directors) and Class B (composed of three (3) directors), with all Class A directors and Class B directors elected to terms
of one (1) year in length; provided, that the initial term of office of the Class A directors following the Plan Effective Date will expire at the 2019 annual general meeting of the shareholders of the Company and the initial term of
office of the Class B directors following the Plan Effective Date will expire at the 2020 annual general meeting of the shareholders of the Company. All directors, whether assigned to Class A or Class B, will be elected by the
shareholders at the general meeting in accordance with law and will have one vote each at all meetings of the board of directors. From and after the Nomination Termination Time, the board of directors will cease to be classified and each director
then in office previously designated as a Class A director or Class B director will remain in office as a director until his or her term expires or until his or her earlier death, resignation or removal by the shareholders.

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Pursuant to the Articles, prior to the Nomination Termination Time, any two Class B directors acting in
their capacities as such (a “Class B Majority”) have broad authority to act on the Company’s behalf in connection with any Acquisition Proposal or Acquisition, as such terms are defined in the Articles, including but not limited
to the authority to solicit prospective Acquisition Proposals, to retain, at the Company’s expense, such consultants, legal counsel and other advisors as a Class B Majority may from time to time deem appropriate to assist the Class B
directors in the performance of their duties with respect to Acquisition Proposals, and subject to the Shareholder Approval Condition and Termination Fee Limitation Condition described below, to execute and deliver on behalf of the Company
definitive documentation providing for the consummation of an Acquisition (an “Acquisition Contract”).

In order for the Class B Majority
to have the power to cause the Company to enter into any Acquisition Contract or otherwise consummate an Acquisition, the Acquisition Contract must provide by its terms that consummation of the Acquisition that is the subject thereof is conditioned
upon either (i) the shareholder vote, under the conditions of quorum and vote, required by law or other provision of the Articles for such Acquisition or (ii) shareholder approval by the vote of a majority of the outstanding share capital,
whichever voting standard in the foregoing clauses (i) or (ii) is higher (such condition, as applicable, a “Shareholder Approval Condition”). In addition the Acquisition Contract must not impose any obligations or penalties on
the Company if the Shareholder Approval Condition is not obtained by the conclusion of the general meeting or extraordinary general meeting, as applicable, convened to vote on such Acquisition Contract or Acquisition other than reimbursement of the
reasonable expenses incurred by the counterparty thereto (such condition, the “Termination Fee Limitation Condition”).

Results of
Extraordinary General Meeting

On November 19, 2018, the Company held an Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders, at which the
shareholders approved several matters necessary to implement the Plan, including the Reverse Stock Split, an increase in the Company’s share capital to $825,000, or 82.5 million shares, amendments to the Company’s Articles of
Association, and the election of Messrs. Ralls, Han, Platner and Ramineni to serve on the Company’s post-emergence Board of Directors. After the Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders and following the effectiveness of the Plan, the
post-emergence Board appointed Messrs. Wolford and Weinstein to fill vacancies on the Board.

Press Release

On the Plan Effective Date, the Company issued a press release announcing its emergence from the Bankruptcy Cases. A copy of the press release is filed as an
Exhibit to, and incorporated by reference into, this Report on Form 6-K.

Other Information

The preceding descriptions of each of the Supplemental Indentures, Intercreditor Agreement, Governance Agreement, Registration Rights Agreement,
Director Indemnity Agreements, and amendments to our Articles do not purport to be complete and are qualified in their entirety by reference to the full text of such agreements, copies of which are attached as Exhibits to, and are incorporated by
reference into, this Report on Form 6-K.

The information contained in this Report on Form 6-K shall not be deemed “filed” for purposes of Section 18 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, or otherwise subject to the liabilities of that section, nor shall it be deemed
incorporated by reference into any of the Company’s filings under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, or the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, whether made before or after the date hereof and regardless of any general
incorporation language in such filings, except to the extent

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expressly set forth by specific reference in such a filing. The filing of this Report on Form 6-K shall not be deemed an admission as to the
materiality of any information herein.

Disclosure Regarding Forward-Looking Statements

Certain statements and information contained herein constitute “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of the safe harbor provisions of the
Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, and are generally identifiable by the use of words such as “anticipate,” “believe,” “could,” “estimate,” “expect,” “forecast,”
“intend,” “our ability to,” “may,” “plan,” “predict,” “project,” “potential,” “projected,” “should,” “will,” “would,” or other similar
words, which are generally not historical in nature. The forward-looking statements speak only as of the date hereof, and we undertake no obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statements after the date they are made, whether as
a result of new information, future events or otherwise.

Our forward-looking statements express our current expectations or forecasts of possible future
results or events, including our future financial and operational performance and cash balances; revenue efficiency levels; market outlook; forecasts of trends; future client contract opportunities; contract dayrates; business strategies and plans
and objectives of management; estimated duration of client contracts; backlog; expected capital expenditures; projected costs and savings; and the potential impact of our completed Chapter 11 proceedings on our future operations and ability to
finance our business.

Although we believe that the assumptions and expectations reflected in our forward-looking statements are reasonable and made in
good faith, these statements are not guarantees, and actual future results may differ materially due to a variety of factors. These statements are subject to a number of risks and uncertainties and are based on a number of judgments and assumptions
as of the date such statements are made about future events, many of which are beyond our control. Actual events and results may differ materially from those anticipated, estimated, projected or implied by us in such statements due to a variety of
factors, including if one or more of these risks or uncertainties materialize, or if our underlying assumptions prove incorrect.

Important factors that
could cause actual results to differ materially from our expectations include: the global oil and gas market and its impact on demand for our services; the offshore drilling market, including reduced capital expenditures by our clients; changes in
worldwide oil and gas supply and demand; rig availability and supply and demand for high specification drillships and other drilling rigs competing with our fleet; costs related to stacking of rigs; our ability to enter into and negotiate favorable
terms for new drilling contracts or extensions; our ability to successfully negotiate and consummate definitive contracts and satisfy other customary conditions with respect to letters of intent and letters of award that we receive for our
drillships; our substantial level of indebtedness; possible cancellation, renegotiation, termination or suspension of drilling contracts as a result of mechanical difficulties, performance, market changes or other reasons; our ability to execute our
business plan; the effects of our completed Chapter 11 proceedings on our future operations; the outcome of pending litigation and arbitration matters; and the other risk factors described in our 2017 Annual Report on Form 20-F and our Reports on Form 6-K. These documents are available through our website at www.pacificdrilling.com or through the SEC’s website at www.sec.gov.

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Exhibits

The following exhibits are attached as part of this Report on Form 6-K, each of which is incorporated herein by
reference:

Exhibit

Description

1.1 Coordinated Articles of Association of Pacific Drilling S.A., dated November 19, 2018.
2.1 Governance Agreement, dated as of November 19, 2018, by and among Pacific Drilling S.A. and certain shareholders party thereto.
2.2 Registration Rights Agreement, dated as of November 19, 2018, by and among the Company and the shareholders party thereto.
2.3 First Supplemental Indenture, dated November 19, 2018, between Pacific Drilling S.A. and Wilmington Trust, National Association as Trustee and Collateral Agent relating to the Company’s 8.375% First Lien Notes due
2023.
2.4 Second Supplemental Indenture, dated November 19, 2018 between Pacific Drilling S.A., the Guarantors named therein and Wilmington Trust, National Association as Trustee relating to the Company’s 8.375% First Lien Notes due
2023.
2.5 First Supplemental Indenture, dated November 19, 2018, between Pacific Drilling S.A. and Wilmington Trust, National Association as Trustee and Junior Lien Collateral Agent relating to the Company’s 11.000% / 12.000% Second
Lien PIK Notes due 2024.
2.6 Second Supplemental Indenture, dated November 19, 2018, between Pacific Drilling S.A., the Guarantors named therein and Wilmington Trust, National Association as Trustee relating to the Company’s 11.000% / 12.000% Second
Lien PIK Notes due 2024.
2.7 Intercreditor Agreement, dated as of November 19, 2018, between Wilmington Trust, National Association, in its capacity as First Lien Collateral Agent, and Wilmington Trust, National Association, in its capacity as Junior Lien
Collateral Agent, and acknowledged and agreed to by the Company and the Grantors named therein.
99.1 Modified Fourth Amended Joint Plan of Reorganization for Pacific Drilling S.A. and Certain of Its Affiliates Pursuant to Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Docket No. 746), dated October 31, 2018 (incorporated by reference
to Exhibit 99.1 of the Company’s Report on Form 6-K filed on November 5, 2018).
99.2 Order Confirming the Debtors’ Modified Fourth Amended Joint Plan of Reorganization, as entered by the Bankruptcy Court on November 2, 2018 (Docket No. 746) (incorporated by reference to Exhibit 99.2 of the
Company’s Report on Form 6-K filed on November 5, 2018).
99.3 Press Release announcing the Company’s Emergence from Chapter 11 Proceedings.

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SIGNATURES

Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf by the undersigned,
thereunto duly authorized.

Pacific Drilling S.A.
(Registrant)
Dated: November 20, 2018 By

/s/ Lisa Manget Buchanan

Lisa Manget Buchanan
SVP, General Counsel & Secretary

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Exhibit 1.1

Pacific Drilling S.A.

Société Anonyme

Siège social: 8-10, avenue de la Gare, L-1610
Luxembourg

R.C.S. Luxembourg: B 159.658.

La
société a été constituée suivant acte reçu par Maître Joseph ELVINGER, alors notaire de résidence à Luxembourg, le 11 mars 2011, publié au Mémorial C, Recueil des
Sociétés et Associations le 17 mai 2011;

et dont les statuts ont été modifiés, en dernier lieu,
suivant acte reçu par Maître Blanche MOUTRIER, notaire de résidence à Esch-sur-Alzette (Grand-Duché de Luxembourg) en date 19
Novembre 2018, non encore publié au Recueil électronique des Sociétés et Associations.

STATUTS
COORDONNES

A LA DATE DU 19 NOVEMBRE 2018

I. NAME-REGISTERED OFFICE-OBJECT-DURATION

Art. 1. Name

The name of the company is
"Pacific Drilling S.A.” (the “Company”). The Company is a public company limited by shares (société anonyme) governed by the laws of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, in particular the law
of August 10, 1915, on commercial companies, as amended (the “Law”), and these articles of incorporation (the “Articles”).

Art. 2. Registered office

2.1. The Company’s
registered office is established in Luxembourg, Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. It may be transferred within that municipality by a resolution of the board of directors (the “Board”). It may be transferred to any other location in the
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg by a resolution of the general meeting of shareholders (the “General Meeting”), acting in accordance with the conditions prescribed for the amendment of the Articles.

2.2. Branches, subsidiaries or other offices may be established in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg or abroad by a resolution of the Board. If the Board
determines that extraordinary political or military developments or events have occurred or are imminent, and that those developments or events may interfere with the normal activities of the Company at its registered office, or with ease of
communication between that office and persons abroad, the registered office may be temporarily transferred abroad until the developments or events in question have completely ceased. Any such temporary measures do not affect the nationality of the
Company, which, notwithstanding the temporary transfer of its registered office, will remain a Luxembourg incorporated company.

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Art. 3. Corporate object

3.1. The Company’s object is buying and selling, the chartering in and the chartering out, and the management of seagoing ships, as well as the financial
and commercial operations that relate directly or indirectly to such activities

3.2. In addition, the Company may charter, hold, lease, operate and
provide vessels and equipment used in contract drilling services in oil and gas drilling operations; the Company may also acquire, hold, manage, sell or dispose of any such related equipment, enter into, assist or participate in financial,
commercial and other transactions relating to contract drilling services.

3.3. In addition, the Company may acquire participations, in Luxembourg or
abroad, in any company or enterprise in any form whatsoever, and the management of those participations. The Company may in particular acquire, by subscription, purchase and exchange or in any other manner, any stock, shares and other participation
securities, bonds, debentures, certificates of deposit and other debt instruments and, more generally, any securities and financial instruments issued by any public or private entity. It may participate in the creation, development, management and
control of any company or enterprise. Further, it may invest in the acquisition and management of a portfolio of patents or other intellectual property rights of any nature or origin.

3.4. The Company may borrow in any form. It may issue notes, bonds and any kind of debt and equity securities. It may lend funds, including, without
limitation, the proceeds of any borrowings, to its subsidiaries, affiliated companies and any other companies. It may also give guarantees and pledge, transfer, encumber or otherwise create and grant security over some or all of its assets to
guarantee its own obligations and those of any other company, and, generally, for its own benefit and that of any other company or person. For the avoidance of doubt, the Company may not carry out any regulated financial sector activities without
having obtained the requisite authorisation.

3.5. The Company may use any techniques, legal means and instruments to manage its investments efficiently
and protect itself against credit risks, currency exchange exposure, interest rate risks and other risks.

3.6. The Company may carry out any commercial,
financial or industrial operation and any transaction with respect to real estate or movable property, which directly or indirectly, favours or relates to its corporate object.

Art. 4. Duration

4.1. The Company is formed for an
unlimited period.

4.2. The Company is not to be dissolved by reason of the death, suspension of civil rights, incapacity, insolvency, bankruptcy or any
similar event affecting one or more shareholders.

II. CAPITAL – SHARES

Art. 5. Capital

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5.1. The share capital is set at eight hundred twenty-five thousand United States Dollars (USD 825,000)
represented by eighty-two million, five hundred thousand (82,500,000) shares in registered form, without nominal value.

5.2. The share capital may be increased or reduced once or more by a resolution of the General Meeting acting in accordance with the conditions prescribed for
the amendment of the Articles.

5.3. The Board is authorized, for a period of five (5) years from the 19 November 2018, without prejudice to any
renewals, to:

(i) increase the current share capital once or more up to eight hundred twenty-five thousand United States dollars (USD
825,000) (such amount including the current share capital of the Company) by the issue of new shares having the same rights as the existing shares, or without any such issue;

(ii) determine the conditions of any such capital increase including through contributions in cash or in kind, by the incorporation of
reserves, issue/share premiums or retained earnings, with or without issue of new shares to current shareholders or third parties (non-shareholders) or following the issue of any instrument convertible into
shares or any other instrument carrying an entitlement to, or the right to subscribe for, shares;

(iii) limit or withdraw the
shareholders’ preferential subscription rights to the new shares, if any, and determine the persons who are authorized to subscribe to the new shares; et

(iv) record each share capital increase by way of a notarial deed and amend the share register accordingly.

5.4. Within the limits of article 5.3 of the Articles, the Board is expressly authorized to increase the Company’s share capital by incorporation of
reserves, issue/share premiums or retained earnings and to issue the additional shares resulting from such capital increase to a beneficiary under any stock incentive plan as agreed by the Company (such beneficiary being a shareholder of the Company
or not, or, to an entity appointed by the Company as an administrator in connection with such plan) or under any equity rights offering, private placements or backstop fees. The Company reserves the right to place transfer and other restrictions on
such shares as determined by the Company pursuant to such stock incentive plan from time to time.

5.5. When the Board has implemented an increase in
capital as authorised by article 5.3, article 5 of the present articles of association shall be amended to reflect that increase.

5.6. The Board is
expressly authorised to delegate to any natural or legal person to organise the market in subscription rights, accept subscriptions, conversions or exchanges, receive payment for the price of shares or other financial instruments, to have registered
increases of capital carried out as well as the corresponding amendments to article 5 of the present articles of association and to have recorded in said article 5 of the present articles of association the amount by which the authorisation to
increase the capital has actually been used and, where appropriate, the amounts of any such increase that are reserved for financial instruments which may carry an entitlement to shares.

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Art. 6. Shares

6.1. The shares are and will remain in registered form (actions nominatives).

6.2. A register of shares is kept at the registered office and may be examined by any shareholder on request.

6.3. The shares may be entered without serial numbers into fungible securities accounts with financial institutions or other professional depositaries
operating a settlement system in relation to transactions on securities, dividends, interest, matured capital or other matured monies of securities or of other financial instruments being handled through the system of such depositary (such systems,
professionals or other depositaries being referred to hereinafter as Depositaries and each a Depositary). The shares held in deposit or in an account with such financial institution or professional depositary shall be recorded in an account opened
in the name of the depositor and may be transferred from one account to another, whether such account is held by the same or a different financial institution or depositary. The Board may however impose transfer restrictions for shares that are
registered, listed, quoted, dealt in, or have been placed in certain jurisdictions in compliance with the requirements applicable therein. The transfer to the register kept at the Company’s registered office may be requested by a shareholder.

6.4. The Company may consider the person in whose name the registered shares are registered in the register(s) of Shareholders as the full owner of such
registered shares. The Company shall be completely free from any responsibility in dealing with such registered shares towards third parties and shall be justified in considering any right, interest or claims of such third parties in or upon such
registered shares to be non-existent, subject, however, to any right which such third party might have to demand the registration or change in registration of registered shares.

6.5. Where the shares are held with Depositaries through fungible securities accounts within clearing and settlement systems, the exercise of the voting rights
in respect of such shares may be subject to the internal rules and procedures of those clearing and settlement systems.

6.6. All communications and
notices to be given to a registered shareholder shall be deemed validly made to the latest address communicated by the shareholder to the Company. In the event that a holder of registered shares does not provide an address to which all notices or
announcements from the Company may be sent, the Company may permit a notice to this effect to be entered into the register(s) of Shareholders and such holder’s address will be deemed to be at the registered office of the Company or such other
address as may be so entered by the Company from time to time, until a different address shall be provided to the Company by such holder. The holder may, at any time, change his address as entered in the register(s) of Shareholders by means of
written notification to the Company or the relevant registrar.

6.7. A share transfer of registered shares which are not held through fungible securities
accounts is carried out by the entry in the register of shares of a declaration of transfer, duly signed and dated by both the transferor and the transferee or their authorized representatives, following a notification to or acceptance by the
Company, in accordance with Article 1690 of the Civil Code. The Company may also accept other documents recording the agreement between the transferor and the transferee as evidence of a share transfer.

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6.8. The rights and obligations attached to any share shall pass to any transferee thereof.

6.9. The shares are indivisible and the Company recognizes only one (1) owner per share.

6.10. The Company may redeem its own shares using a method approved by the Board which is in accordance with Luxembourg law and the rules of any stock
exchange(s) on which the shares in the Company are listed from time to time.

6.11. The Company will not issue
non-voting equity securities (which shall not be deemed to include any warrants or options to purchase shares of the Company).

III. MANAGEMENT–REPRESENTATION

Art. 7. Board of directors

7.1. Composition of the
board of directors

(i) The Company is managed by the Board. Except as provided in Article 8, the total number of directors constituting the
entire Board shall be seven (7) directors. Directors need not be shareholders. Except as provided in Article 8, from and after 19 November 2018 (the “Effective Time”) until the occurrence of the Nomination Termination
Time (as defined in that certain Governance Agreement, dated on or about the Effective Time, by and among the Company and the other shareholders thereto (the “Governance Agreement”)), the Board shall be divided into two classes,
hereby designated Class A (composed of four (4) directors) and Class B (composed of three (3) directors), with all Class A directors and Class B directors elected to terms of one (1) year in length;
provided, that the initial term of office of the Class A directors following the Effective Time shall expire at the General Meeting of the shareholders of the Company at which the annual accounts for the 2018 financial year will be
approved and the initial term of office of the Class B directors following the Effective Time shall expire at the General Meeting of the shareholders of the Company at which the annual accounts for the 2019 financial year will be approved. All
directors, whether assigned to Class A or Class B, shall be elected by the shareholders at the General Meeting in accordance with the Law and shall have one (1) vote each at all meetings of the Board. From and after the Nomination
Termination Time (as defined in the Governance Agreement), the Board shall cease to be classified and each director then in office previously designated as a Class A director or Class B director shall remain in office as a director until
his or her term expires or until his or her earlier death, resignation or removal by the shareholders.

(ii) Directors may be removed at any time, with or
without cause, by a resolution of the General Meeting.

(iii) If a legal entity is appointed as director, it must appoint a permanent representative to
perform its duties. The permanent representative is subject to the same rules and incurs the same liabilities as if he had exercised its functions in its own name and on its own behalf, without prejudice to the joint and several liability of
the legal entity which it represents.

(iv) Should the permanent representative be unable to perform its duties, the legal entity must immediately appoint
another permanent representative.

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(v) If the office of a director becomes vacant, the other directors, acting by a simple majority, may fill the
vacancy on a provisional basis until a new director is appointed by the next General Meeting.

7.2. Powers of the board of directors

(i) All powers not expressly reserved to the shareholder(s) by the Law or the Articles fall within the competence of the Board, which has full power to carry
out and approve all acts and operations consistent with the Company’s corporate object.

(ii) The Board may delegate special and limited powers to one
or more agents for specific matters and may also establish committees for certain specific purposes. Such committees may include, but are not limited to, an audit committee and a compensation committee.

(iii) The Board is authorised to delegate the day-to-day management and the
power to represent the Company in this respect, to one or more directors, officers, managers or other agents, whether shareholders or not, acting either individually or jointly, provided that, prior to the Nomination Termination Time (as defined in
the Governance Agreement) any appointment, delegation or power-of-attorney granted in respect of any Acquisition Proposal Matters (as defined in article 7.2(iv)(1)
below), or any revocation of the foregoing, shall only be effective if a Class B Majority (as defined below) votes in favor of such appointment, delegation or
power-of-attorney, or revocation of the foregoing, as the case may be. If the day-to-day

management is delegated to one or more directors, the Board must report to the annual General Meeting any salary, fee and/or any other advantage granted to those director(s) during the relevant financial year.

For the avoidance of doubt, it is noted that the following non-exhaustive list of matters shall not
under any circumstances be regarded as coming within the scope of day-to-day management:

Approval of the accounts of the Company

Approval of the annual budget of the Company

Approval of Company policies

Approval of recommendations made by any Board committee

Approval of Acquisition Proposals

(iv) Acquisition Proposals Prior to Nomination Termination Time. The following provisions of this article 7.2(iv) shall apply until the Nomination
Termination Time (as defined in the Governance Agreement), after which the provisions of this article 7.2(iv) (other than the meanings of any terms defined herein that are used elsewhere in these Articles) shall have no further force or effect.

(1) Representative Authority of the Class B Directors Regarding Acquisition Proposals. Notwithstanding
anything in these Articles to the contrary, any two (2) Class B directors acting in their capacities as such (a “
Class B Majority”) shall have the authority to
act on the Company’s behalf (including to bind the Company with respect to clauses (e) through (g)) with respect to the following matters: (a) to review and evaluate the terms and conditions of any Acquisition Proposal, (b) to
negotiate with any party the Class B Majority deems appropriate with respect to any Acquisition Proposal; (c) to solicit prospective Acquisition Proposals and/or explore the ability to obtain on behalf of the Company prospective
Acquisition Proposals, (d) to determine whether any Acquisition Proposal is beneficial to the Company and its shareholders, (e) to make recommendations to the Board and

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shareholders as to what actions, if any, should be taken with respect to any Acquisition, Acquisition Contract or Acquisition Proposal, including to recommend that the Board or the shareholders,
as applicable, approve any Acquisition, Acquisition Contract or Acquisition Proposal, (f) to retain, at the Company’s expense, such consultants, legal counsel and other advisors as a Class B Majority may from time to time deem
appropriate to assist the Class B directors in the performance of their duties with respect to Acquisition Proposals, (g) subject to article 7.2(iv)(2) below, to execute and deliver on behalf of the Company definitive documentation
providing for the consummation of an Acquisition (an “
Acquisition Contract”) and (h) to take, or to cause the Company to take, any and all actions ancillary or related to any actual or prospective Acquisition
Proposal or the other matters referred to in the preceding clauses (a)-(g), including without limitation to authorize and enter into contracts of any nature (other than an Acquisition Contract except in accordance with article 7.2(iv)(2) below)
(the foregoing clauses (a)-(h), “
Acquisition Proposal Matters”). As used herein: (x) “Acquisition Proposal” means a proposal received by the Company, any of its subsidiaries, or any
of its or their respective directors, officers or outside consultants, counsel or other advisors providing for an Acquisition; and (y) “
Acquisition” means a transaction or series of related transactions resulting
in the acquisition (whether by merger, consolidation, sale or transfer of the Company’s shares, other equity interests or assets or otherwise) by any natural or legal person or group of such persons, directly or indirectly, (1) of a
majority of (A) the outstanding shares of the Company or (B) the assets of the Company and its subsidiaries determined on a consolidated basis and (2) upon the consummation of which, the shareholders of the Company immediately prior
to such acquisition collectively do not own (beneficially or of record) a majority of the voting power of such person or the ultimate parent entity of such person (or, in the case of a group of such persons, a majority of the voting power of the
largest member of such group, determined by reference to the respective equity financing contributions of such members, or ultimate parent entity of such largest member).

(2) Approval of Acquisition Contracts. No Class B director, acting singularly or with any one or more other Class B
directors, shall have the power to cause the Company to enter into any Acquisition Contract or otherwise consummate an Acquisition unless such Acquisition Contract (a) provides by its terms that consummation of the Acquisition that is the
subject thereof is conditioned upon either (I) the shareholder vote, under the conditions of quorum and vote, required by the Law or other provision of these Articles for such Acquisition or (II) shareholder approval by the vote of a
majority of the outstanding share capital, whichever voting standard in the foregoing clauses (I) or (II) is higher (such condition, as applicable, a “
Shareholder Approval Condition”) and (b) does not impose
any obligations or penalties on the Company if the Shareholder Approval Condition is not obtained by the conclusion of the General Meeting or Extraordinary General Meeting, as applicable, convened to vote on such Acquisition Contract or Acquisition
other than reimbursement of the reasonable expenses incurred by the counterparty thereto (provided, that, for avoidance of doubt, this clause (b) shall not preclude the imposition of any obligation or penalty on the Company due to any
cause or event other than the failure in and of itself to satisfy the Shareholder Approval Condition at such General Meeting or Extraordinary General Meeting). If a proposed Acquisition Contract satisfies clauses (a) and (b) of the immediately
preceding sentence, then a Class B Majority shall be authorized to represent the Company by executing and delivering, or causing any person authorized by the Class B Majority to execute and deliver, on the Company’s behalf, such
Acquisition Contract, to convene a General Meeting or an Extraordinary General Meeting, as

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applicable, to seek shareholder approval of the Acquisition in accordance with the Shareholder Approval Condition, and, if such shareholder approval is obtained, to carry out all other powers
vested under article 7.2(iv)(1) above with respect to such Acquisition Contract (including to cause the Company to consummate the Acquisition and the other transactions contemplated thereby or, subject to the terms of the Acquisition Contract,
terminate such Acquisition Contract and abandon such Acquisition).

(3) Limitation on Representative Authority of the
Class
A Directors Regarding Acquisition Proposals. Notwithstanding anything in these Articles to the contrary (but subject to the last sentence of this article 7.2(iv)(3)), no Class A director, acting singularly or
with any one or more other directors, in his or her capacity as such, shall have any representative authority to bind the Company or otherwise act on the Company’s behalf, nor shall the Board take any action, in either case with respect to any
Acquisition, Acquisition Contract or Acquisition Proposal Matters, except with the prior approval of a Class B Majority. Notwithstanding the immediately prior sentence, this article 7.2(iv)(3) shall not be interpreted to limit the rights
of the Class A directors to attend meetings of the Class B directors, receive information received by the Class B directors or to provide ongoing input to the Class B directors, in each case, regarding Acquisitions, Acquisition
Contracts, Acquisition Proposals or other Acquisition Proposal Matters, and the Class B directors shall so extend such rights to the Class A directors.

(4) Amendments to Article 7.2(iv). Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in these Articles, the Board shall not
propose to the shareholders or recommend that the shareholders approve any amendment to this article 7.2(iv) and/or any other provisions of these Articles directly or indirectly amending or limiting the application of this article 7.2(iv)
without the favorable vote of a Class B Majority.

7.3. Procedure

(i) The Board must appoint a chairperson from among its members, and may choose a secretary who need not be a director and who will be responsible for keeping
the minutes of the meetings of the Board and of General Meetings.

(ii) The Board meets at the request of the chairperson or the majority of the Board of
directors, at the place indicated in the notice, which in principle is in Luxembourg.

(iii) Written notice of any Board meeting is given to all directors
at least twenty-four (24) hours in advance, except in the case of an emergency whose nature and circumstances are set forth in the notice.

(iv) No
notice is required if all members of the Board are present or represented and state that they know the agenda for the meeting. A director may also waive notice of a meeting, either before or after the meeting. Separate written notices are not
required for meetings which are held at times and places indicated in a schedule previously adopted by the Board.

(v) A director may grant another
director a power of attorney in order to be represented at any Board meeting.

(vi) Save as otherwise provided herein, the Board may only validly
deliberate and act if a majority of its members are present or represented. Save as otherwise provided herein, Board Resolutions are validly adopted if the majority of the

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members of the Board vote in their favour. The chairman has a casting vote in the event of a tie vote. Board resolutions are recorded in minutes signed by the chairperson, by all directors
present or represented at the meeting, or by the secretary (if any).

(vii) Any director may participate in any meeting of the Board by telephone or video
conference, or by any other means of communication which allows all those taking part in the meeting to identify, hear and speak to each other. Participation by such means is deemed equivalent to participation in person at a duly convened and held
meeting.

(viii) Circular resolutions signed by all the directors (the “Directors’ Circular Resolutions”) are valid and binding as if
passed at a duly convened and held Board meeting, and bear the date of the last signature.

(ix) A director who has an interest in a transaction carried
out other than in the ordinary course of business which conflicts with the interests of the Company must advise the Board accordingly and have the statement recorded in the minutes of the meeting. The director concerned may not take part in the
deliberations concerning that transaction. A special report on the relevant transaction is submitted to the shareholders at the next General Meeting, before any vote on the matter.

7.4. Representation

(i) The Company is bound towards
third parties (a) prior to the Nomination Termination Time (as defined in the Governance Agreement), by the joint signature of any two Class B directors, with respect to Acquisition Proposal Matters or an Acquisition Contract; et
(b) in all other matters, by the joint signature of the majority of the Board.

(ii) The Company is also bound towards third parties by the joint or
single signature of any person to whom special signatory powers have been delegated by the Board or, prior to the Nomination Termination Time (as defined in the Governance Agreement) with respect to Acquisition Proposal Matters or an Acquisition
Contract, by a Class B Majority.

Art. 8. Sole director

8.1. Where the number of shareholders is reduced to one (1), the Company may be managed by a single director until the ordinary General Meeting following the
introduction of an additional shareholder. In this case, any reference in the Articles to the Board or the directors should be read as a reference to that sole director, as appropriate.

8.2. Transactions entered into by the Company which conflict with the interest of its sole director must be recorded in minutes. This does not apply to
transactions carried out under normal circumstances in the ordinary course of business.

8.3. The Company is bound towards third parties by the signature
of the sole director or by the joint or single signature of any person to whom the sole director has delegated special signatory powers.

Art. 9
Liability of the directors

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9.1. The directors may not be held personally liable by reason of their mandate for any commitment they have
validly made in the name of the Company’s name, provided those commitments comply with the Articles and the Law.

Art. 10. Directors’
Remuneration

10.1. The remuneration of the board of directors will be decided by the General Meeting.

10.2. The Company shall, to the fullest extent permitted by Luxembourg law, indemnify any director or officer, as well as any former director or officer,
against any damages and/or compensation to be paid and any costs, charges and expenses, reasonably incurred by him in connection with the defense or settlement of any civil, criminal or administrative action, suit or proceeding to which he may be
made a party by reason of his being or having been a director or officer of the Company, if (i) he acted honestly and in good faith, and (ii) in the case of criminal or administrative proceedings, he had reasonable grounds for believing
that conduct was lawful. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the current or former director or officer will not be entitled to indemnification in case of an action, suit or proceeding brought against him by the Company or in case he shall be finally
adjudged in an action, suit or proceeding to be liable for gross negligence, willful misconduct, fraud, dishonesty or any other criminal offence.

Furthermore, in case of settlement, the current or former director or officer will only be entitled to indemnification hereunder, provided that
(i) the Board shall have determined in good faith that the defendant’s actions did not constitute willful and deliberate violations of the law and shall have obtained the relevant legal advice to that effect; and (ii) notice of the
intention of settlement of such action, suit or proceeding is given to the Company at least 10 business days prior to such settlement,

IV. SHAREHOLDER(S)

Art. 11. General
meetings of shareholders

11.1. Powers and voting rights

(i) Resolutions of the shareholders are adopted at a general meeting of shareholders (the “General Meeting”). The General Meeting has full
powers to adopt and ratify all acts and operations which are consistent with the company’s corporate object.

(ii) Each share gives entitlement to one
(1) vote.

11.2. Notices, quorum, majority and voting proceedings

(i) General Meetings are held at the time and place specified in the notices.

(ii) The notices for any ordinary General Meeting or extraordinary General Meeting shall contain the agenda, the hour and the place of the meeting and shall be
sent to the registered shareholders at least eight (8) days before the General Meeting, without prejudice to other means of communication which need to be accepted on an individual basis by their addresses and to warrant notification.

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(iii) lf all the shareholders are present or represented and consider themselves duly convened and informed of
the agenda, the General Meeting may be held without prior notice.

(iv) A shareholder may grant written power of attorney to another person, shareholder or
otherwise, in order to be represented at any General Meeting.

(v) In connection with any General Meeting, the Board is authorized, but is not required,
to make provision for shareholders to participate by means of remote communication. If the Board shall have made such provision, a shareholder’s participation by means of remote communication shall be deemed equivalent to participation in
person at the meeting.

(vi) Any shareholder may vote by using the forms provided to that effect by the Company. Voting forms contain the date, place and
agenda of the meeting and the text of the proposed resolutions. For each resolution, the form must contain three boxes allowing for a vote for or against that resolution or an abstention. Shareholders must return the voting forms to the registered
office. Only voting forms received prior to the General Meeting are taken into account for calculation of the quorum. Forms which indicate neither a voting intention nor an abstention are void.

(vii) Resolutions of the General Meeting are passed by a simple majority vote, regardless of the proportion of share capital represented.

(viii) An extraordinary General Meeting (“Extraordinary General Meeting”) may only amend the Articles if at least one-half of the share capital is represented and the agenda indicates the proposed amendments to the Articles, including the text of any proposed amendment to the Company’s object or form. If this quorum is not
reached, a second Extraordinary General Meeting may be convened by means of notices published twice in the Memorial and two Luxembourg newspapers, at an interval of at fifteen (15) days and fifteen (15) days before the meeting. These
notices state the date and agenda of the Extraordinary General Meeting and the results of the previous Extraordinary General Meeting. The second Extraordinary General Meeting deliberates validly regardless of the proportion of capital represented.
At both Extraordinary General Meetings, resolutions must be adopted by at least two-thirds of the votes cast.

(ix)
Any change in the nationality of the Company and any increase in a shareholder’s commitment in the Company require the unanimous consent of the shareholders and bondholders (if any).

Art. 12. Procedure

12.1. Every General Meeting will be
presided over by the chairperson of the Board appointed pursuant to article 7.3(i) or, in the absence of the chairperson, any other director or officer of the Company designated by the Board. The secretary appointed pursuant to
article 7.3(i) or, in the absence of such secretary, any other director or officer of the Company designated by the Board, shall act as secretary at each General Meeting. In connection with each General Meeting, the Board or, in the absence of
a determination by the Board, the person presiding over the General Meeting shall appoint a scrutineer who shall keep the attendance list.

12.2. Dans
connection with each General Meeting, the Board is authorized to provide such rules of deliberations and such conditions for allowing shareholders to take part in the meeting as the Board deems appropriate. Except to the extent

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inconsistent with the rules and conditions as adopted by the Board, the person presiding over the meeting shall
have the power and authority to prescribe such additional rules and conditions and to do all such acts as, in the judgment of such person, are appropriate for the proper conduct of the meeting. Such rules and conditions, whether adopted by the Board
or prescribed by the person presiding over the meeting, may include, in each case to the extent permitted by applicable law, (a) determining the order of business for the meeting, (b) rules and procedures for maintaining order at the meeting
and the safety of those present, (c) limitations on attendance at or participation in the meeting to shareholders of record, their duly authorized and constituted attorneys or such other persons as the person presiding over the meeting shall
determine, (d) restrictions on entry to the meeting after the time fixed for the commencement thereof and (e) limitations on the time allotted to questions or comments by participants.

12.3. Without limiting the generality of article 12.2 and irrespective of the agenda, the Board or the person presiding over the meeting may adjourn any
ordinary General Meeting or Extraordinary General Meeting in accordance with the formalities and time limits stipulated for by law.

12.4. Minutes of the
General Meetings shall be signed by the members of the board of the meeting. Copies or excerpts of the minutes to be produced in court or elsewhere shall be signed by two (2) directors or by the secretary of the Board or by any assistant
secretary.

12.5. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in these Articles and in addition to any greater or lesser vote required by the Law, other
provision of these Articles, the applicable Acquisition Contract or otherwise, the Company shall not have the power or authority to consummate a transaction satisfying clause (1)(B) of the definition of Acquisition without the prior approval of
shareholders (such approval obtained by the vote of a majority of the outstanding share capital).

Art. 13. Sole shareholder

13.1. When the number of shareholders is reduced to one (1), the sole shareholder exercises all powers granted by the Law to the General Meeting.

13.2. Any reference to the General Meeting in the Articles is to be read as a reference to the sole shareholder, as appropriate.

13.3. The resolutions of the sole shareholder are recorded in minutes.

V. ANNUAL ACCOUNTS – ALLOCATION OF PROFITS – SUPERVISION

Art. 14. Financial year and approval of annual accounts

14.1. The financial year begins on 1 January and ends on 31 December of each year.

14.2. The Board prepares the balance sheet and profit and loss account annually, together with an inventory stating the value of the Company’s assets and
liabilities, with an annex summarising its commitments and the debts owed by its officers, directors and statutory auditors to the Company.

14.3. One
month before the Annual General Meeting, the Board provides the statutory auditors with a report on and documentary evidence of the Company’s

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operations. The statutory auditors then prepare a report stating their findings and proposals.

14.4.
The Annual General Meeting is held at the registered office or in any other place within the municipality of the registered office, as specified in the notice, on the fourth Tuesday in May at 10.00 a.m. If that day is a public holiday or the day
following a public holiday in the United States of America, the Annual General Meeting shall be held on the Tuesday of the following week.

14.5. o
annual General Meeting may be held abroad if, in the Board’s, absolute and final judgement, exceptional circumstances so require.

Art. 15
Auditors

15.1. The Company’s operations are supervised by one or more statutory auditors (commissaires).

15.2. When so required by law, or when the Company so chooses, the Company’s operations are supervised by one or more approved external auditors
(réviseurs d’entreprises agréés).

15.3. The General Meeting appoints the statutory auditors (commissaires)/
external auditors (réviseurs d’entreprises agréés), and determines their number and remuneration and the term of their mandate, which may not exceed six (6) years but may be renewed.

Art. 16. Allocation of profits

16.1. Five per cent (5%)
of the Company’s annual net profits are allocated to the reserve required by law. This requirement ceases when the legal reserve reaches an amount equal to ten per cent (10%) of the share capital.

16.2. The General Meeting determines the allocation of the balance of the annual net profits. They may decide on the payment of a dividend, to transfer the
balance to a reserve account, or to carry it forward in accordance with the applicable legal provisions.

16.3. Interim dividends may be distributed at any
time, under the following conditions:

(i) the Board draws up interim accounts;

(ii) the interim accounts show that sufficient profits and other reserves (including share premiums) are available for distribution; it being
understood that the amount to be distributed may not exceed the profits made since the end of the last financial year for which the annual accounts have been approved, if any, increased by profits carried forward and distributable reserves, and
reduced by losses carried forward and sums to be allocated to the legal or a statutory reserve;

(iii) the decision to distribute interim
dividends is made by the Board within two (2) months from the date of the interim accounts.

In their report to the Board, the
statutory auditors (commissaires) or the approved external auditors (réviseurs d’entreprises agréés), as applicable, must verify whether the above conditions have been satisfied.

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The Company may make payment of dividends and any other payments in cash, shares or other
securities to a Depositary. Said Depositary shall distribute these funds to his depositors according to the amount of securities or other financial instruments recorded in their name. Such payment by the Company to the Depositary will effect full
discharge of the Company’s obligations in this regard.

VI. DISSOLUTION – LIQUIDATION

17.1. The Company may be dissolved at any time by a resolution of the General Meeting, acting in accordance with the conditions prescribed for the amendment of
the Articles. The General Meeting appoints one or more liquidators, who need not be shareholders, to carry out the liquidation, and determines their number, powers and remuneration. Unless otherwise decided by the General Meeting, the liquidators
have full powers to realise the Company’s assets and pay its liabilities.

17.2. The surplus after realisation of the assets and payment of the
liabilities is distributed to the shareholders in proportion to the shares held by each of them.

VII. GENERAL PROVISION

18.1. Notices and communications may be made or waived and circular resolutions may be evidenced in writing, fax, email or any other means of electronic
communication.

18.2. Powers of attorney are granted by any of the means described above. Powers of attorney in connection with Board meetings may also be
granted by a director, in accordance with such conditions as may be accepted by the Board.

18.3. Signatures may be in handwritten or electronic form,
provided they fulfil all legal requirements for being deemed equivalent to handwritten signatures. Signatures of circular resolutions or resolutions adopted by telephone or video conference are affixed to one original or several counterparts of the
same document, all of which taken together constitute one and the same document.

18.4. All matters not expressly governed by these Articles shall be
determined in accordance with the applicable law and, subject to any non-waivable provisions of the law, with any agreement entered into by the shareholders from time to time.

SUIT LA VERSION FRANCAISE DU TEXTE QUI PRECEDE

I. DENOMINATION – SIEGE SOCIAL – OBJET– DUREE

Art. 1 Dénomination

Le nom de la société est « Pacific Drilling S.A. » (la « Société »). La
Société est une société anonyme régie par les lois du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg, et en particulier par la loi du 10 août 1915 sur les sociétés commerciales, telle que modifiée (la
« Loi »), ainsi que par les présents statuts (les « Statuts »).

Art. 2. Siège
social

2.1. Le siège social de la Société est établi à Luxembourg, Grand-Duché de Luxembourg. Il peut
être transféré dans les limites de la commune par décision du conseil d’administration (le « Conseil »). Le siège social peut être transféré en tout autre endroit du
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l’assemblée générale des actionnaires (l’« Assemblée Générale »), selon les modalités requises pour la
modification des Statuts.

2.2. Il peut être créé des succursales, filiales ou autres bureaux tant au
Grand-Duché de Luxembourg qu’à l’étranger par décision du Conseil. Lorsque le Conseil estime que des développements ou événements extraordinaires d’ordre politique ou militaire se sont
produits ou sont imminents, et que ces développements ou évènements sont de nature à compromettre les activités normales de la Société à son siège social, ou la communication
aisée entre le siège social et l’étranger, le siège social peut être transféré provisoirement à l’étranger, jusqu’à cessation complète de ces circonstances
extraordinaires. Ces mesures provisoires n’ont aucun effet sur la nationalité de la Société qui, nonobstant le transfert provisoire de son siège social, reste une société luxembourgeoise.

Art. 3. Objet social

3.1. L’objet de la Société est l’achat et la vente, l’affrètement, la gestion de navires de mer ainsi que
la réalisation d’opérations financières et commerciales en relation directe ou indirecte à de telles activités.

3.2. En outre, la Société peut affréter, détenir, louer, opérer et fournir des navires et équipements
utilisés dans le cadre de services de forage dans le cadre d’opérations de forage d’huile et de gaz ; la Société peut également acquérir, détenir, gérer, vendre ou disposer de
tout autre équipement, s’engager, assister ou participer dans des transactions financières, commerciales et d’autres transactions liées aux services de forage.

3.3. L’objet de la Société est également la prise de participations, tant au Luxembourg qu’à
l’étranger, dans toutes sociétés ou entreprises sous quelque forme que ce soit, et la gestion de ces participations. La Société peut notamment acquérir par souscription, achat et échange ou de
toute autre manière tous les titres, actions et autres valeurs de participation, obligations, créances, certificats de dépôt et autres instruments de dette, et plus généralement, tous titres et instruments
financiers émis par toute entité publique ou privée. Elle peut participer à la création, au développement, à la gestion et au contrôle de toute société ou entreprise. Elle peut en
outre investir dans l’acquisition et la gestion d’un portefeuille de brevets ou autre droit de propriété intellectuelle de tout type ou origine.

3.4. La Société peut emprunter sous quelque forme que ce soit. Elle peut procéder à l’émission
d’obligations, de billets à ordre, et de titres et instruments de toute autre nature. La Société peut prêter des fonds, y compris notamment, les revenus de tout emprunt, à ses filiales, sociétés
affiliées ainsi qu’à toutes autres sociétés. La Société peut également consentir des garanties et nantir, céder, grever de charges ou bien créer et accorder des sûretés
sur tout ou partie de ses actifs afin de garantir ses propres obligations et celles de toute autre société, et de manière générale, en sa faveur et en faveur de toute autre société ou personne. En
tout état de cause, la Société ne peut effectuer aucune activité réglementée du secteur financier sans avoir obtenu l’autorisation requise conformément à la loi du 5 avril 1993 sur le
secteur financier telle que modifiée.

3.5. La Société peut employer toutes les techniques et instruments
nécessaires à une gestion efficace de ses investissements et à sa protection contre les risques de crédit, les fluctuations monétaires, les fluctuations de taux d’intérêt et autres risques.

3.6. La Société peut effectuer toutes les opérations commerciales, financières ou industrielles et toutes les
transactions concernant des biens immobiliers ou mobiliers qui, directement ou indirectement, favorises ou se rapportent à son objet social.

Art. 4 Durée

4.1.
La Société est constituée pour une durée indéterminée.

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4.2. La Société ne sera pas dissoute par la mort, la suspension des droits civils,
l’incapacité, l’insolvabilité, la faillite ou tout autre évènement similaire affectant un ou plusieurs actionnaires.

II. CAPITAL – ACTIONS

Art. 5. Capital

5.1 Le
capital social est fixé à Deux Cents Vingt-Cinq Mille Cinq Cents Dix Dollars Américains (225.510 USD) représenté par Vingt-Deux Millions Cinq Cents
Cinquante-Et-Un Mille Soixante-Seize (22.551.076) actions nominatives, sans valeur nominale.

5.2 Le capital social peut être augmenté ou réduit à une ou plusieurs reprises par une résolution de
l’Assemblée Générale agissant comme pour une modification des Statuts.

5.3. Le Conseil est autorisé, pour
une période de cinq (5) ans à compter du 19 novembre 2018, sans préjudice de nouvelles modifications, à :

(i)

Augmenter le capital social actuel en une fois ou plus jusqu’à huit cent vingt-cinq mille Dollars
Américains (825.000 USD) (ce montant incluant le capital social actuel de la Société) par l’émission de nouvelles actions ayant les mêmes droits que les actions existantes, ou sans une telle émission

(ii)

Déterminer les conditions de ces augmentations de capital y compris par apport en numéraire ou en
nature, par l’incorporation des réserves, des primes d’émission ou des bénéfices non-distribués, avec ou sans émission de nouvelles actions aux actionnaires
actuels ou tiers (non-actionnaires) ou suivant l’émission de tout instrument convertible en actions ou tout autre instrument conférant le droit à, ou de souscrire à, des
actions ;

(iii)

Limiter ou retirer les droits de souscription préférentiels des actionnaires aux nouvelles
actions, et le cas échéant, déterminer les personnes autorisées à souscrire aux nouvelles actions ; et

(iv)

Enregistrer chaque augmentation de capital par voie d’acte notarié et modifier le registre
d’actionnaires en conséquence.

5.4 Dans les limites de l’article 5.3 des Statuts, le Conseil
d’Administration est expressément autorisé à augmenter le capital social de la Société par incorporation de réserves, à émettre des primes d’émission ou bénéfices
non distribués, et à émettre des actions supplémentaires résultant de cette augmentation de capital à un bénéficiaire au titre de tout plan d’intéressement tel que convenu par la
Société (un tel bénéficiaire étant un actionnaire ou non de la Société ou une entité désignée par la Société comme administratrice en lien avec ledit plan) ou de
tout placement de titres de participation, de placements privés ou de commissions d’appui. La Société se réserve le droit de placer le transfert ou d’autres restrictions sur de telles actions telles que
déterminées par la Société conformément à un tel plan d’intéressement de temps à autre.

5.5 Chaque fois que le Conseil aura procédé à une augmentation de capital telle qu’autorisée à
l’article 5.3, l’article 5 des présents statuts sera modifié pour refléter cette augmentation.

5.6. Le
Conseil est expressément autorisé à déléguer toute personne physique ou morale pour organiser le marché des droits de souscription, accepter les souscriptions, conversions ou échanges, recevoir
paiement du prix des actions ou autre instrument financier, faire constater les augmentations de capital réalisées et les modifications correspondantes de l’article 5 des présents statuts et faire inscrire dans ledit
article 5 des présents statuts le montant à concurrence duquel l’autorisation d’augmenter le capital a été utilisée et, le cas échéant, les montants de toute augmentation
réservés pour les instruments financiers pouvant donné droit à des actions.

Art. 6. Actions

6.1 Les actions sont et resteront sous forme nominative.

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6.2 Un registre des actions est tenu au siège social et peut être consulté
à la demande de chaque actionnaire.

6.3 Les actions peuvent être inscrites sans numéro de série dans les
comptes de titres fongibles avec des institutions financières ou d’autres dépositaires professionnels exploitant un système de règlement en relation avec des transactions sur titres, dividendes,
intérêts, capitaux échus ou d’autres sommes d’argent de titres arrivées à maturité ou d’autres instruments financiers traités par le système d’un tel dépositaire (ces
systèmes, professionnels ou autre dépositaires étant ci-après dénommés Dépositaires et chacune un Dépositaire). Les actions détenues
en dépôt ou sur le compte d’une telle institution financière ou dépositaire professionnel doivent être enregistrées dans un compte ouvert au nom du déposant et peuvent être
transférées d’un compte à un autre, que ce compte soit détenu ou non par la même institution financière ou dépositaire. Le Conseil peut toutefois imposer des restrictions de transfert pour des
actions qui sont enregistrées, inscrites, cotées, négociées, ou qui ont été placées dans certaines juridictions en conformité avec les exigences qui y sont applicables. Le transfert au registre
tenu au siège social de la Société peut être demandé par un actionnaire.

6.4 La Société
peut considérer la personne au nom de laquelle les actions nominatives sont enregistrées dans le ou les registre(s) des Actionnaires comme le propriétaire à part entière de ces actions nominatives. La
Société doit être entièrement exonérée de toute responsabilité à l’égard des tiers concernant ces actions nominatives et pourra considérer tout droit, intérêt ou
réclamation de ces tiers dans ou sur ces actions nominatives comme étant inexistant, sous réserve, cependant, de tout droit que ce tiers pourrait avoir à demander l’enregistrement ou le changement
d’enregistrement des actions nominatives.

6.5 Lorsque les actions sont détenues par des Dépositaires par le biais de
comptes de titres fongibles au sein des systèmes de compensation et de règlement, l’exercice des droits de vote à l’égard de ces actions peut être soumis à des règles internes et
procédure de ces systèmes de compensation et de règlement.

6.6 Toutes les communications et notifications devant
être envoyées à un actionnaire sont considérées comme étant valables lorsqu’elles sont envoyées à la dernière adresse communiquée par l’actionnaire à la
Société. Dans le cas où un détenteur d’actions nominatives ne fournit pas une adresse à laquelle toutes les notifications ou annonces provenant de la Société peuvent être envoyées,
la Société peut autoriser l’inscription d’une note à cet effet dans le ou les registre(s) des Actionnaires et l’adresse de ce détenteur sera considérée être le siège social de la
Société ou tout autre adresse inscrite par la Société dans le ou les registre(s) des Actionnaires de temps à autre, jusqu’à ce qu’une autre adresse soit fournie par ce détenteur à la
Société. Le détenteur peut, à tout moment, changer son adresse telle qu’inscrite dans le ou les registre(s) des Actionnaires par une notification écrite envoyée à la Société au
registre approprié.

6.7 Un transfert d’actions nominatives qui ne sont pas détenues par le biais de comptes de titres
fongibles est effectué par l’entrée dans le registre des actions d’une déclaration de transfert, dûment datée et signée par le cédant et le cessionnaire ou leurs représentants
autorisés, suite à une notification à ou une acceptation de la Société, conformément à l’Article 1690 du Code Civil. La Société peut également accepter d’autres
documents constatant l’accord entre le cédant et le cessionnaire comme preuve d’un transfert d’actions.

6.8 Les
droits et obligations attachés à toute action doit être transféré à tout cessionnaire de celle-ci.

6.9 Les actions sont indivisibles et la Société ne reconnaît qu’un (1) seul propriétaire par action.

6.10 La Société peut racheter ses propres actions en utilisant une méthode approuvée par le Conseil en
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règles de toute(s) bourse(s) sur laquelle ou lesquelles les actions de la Société sont listées de temps à autre.

6.11 La Société n’émettra pas des actions sans droit de vote (qui ne pourront inclure ni cautions ni options pour
l’achat d’actions de la Société.

III. GESTION – REPRESENTATION

Art. 7. Conseil d’administration

7.1. Composition du conseil d’administration

(i) La Société est gérée par le Conseil. Excepté dans le cas prévu à l’article 8, le
nombre total d’administrateurs constituant la totalité du Conseil est de sept (7) administrateurs. Les administrateurs ne doivent pas être des actionnaires. Excepté dans le cas prévu à l’article 8, du
et après le 19 novembre 2018 (la «
Date d’Effet ») jusqu’à l’occurrence du Moment de la Résiliation de la Nomination (tel que défini à la Convention de Gouvernance
datée à la Date d’Effet, entre la Société et les autres actionnaires (la «
Convention de Gouvernance »)), le Conseil doit être divisé en deux classes, à savoir une
Catégorie A (composée de quatre (4) administrateurs) et une Catégorie B (composée de trois (3) administrateurs), les administrateurs de la Catégorie A et de la Catégorie B étant tous
élus pour un mandat d’une (1) année ; à condition que la durée initiale du mandat des administrateurs de Catégorie A suivant la Date d’Effet doit s’étendre de la Date d’Effet
jusqu’à une année après l’Assemblée Générale des actionnaires de la Société approuvant les comptes annuels pour l’année fiscale se terminant en 2018 (l’«
AGA 2019 ») et que la durée initiale du mandat des administrateurs de Catégorie B suivant la Date d’Effet doit s’étendre de la Date d’Effet jusqu’à deux années suivant
l’AGA 2019. Tous les administrateurs, qu’ils soient de Catégorie A ou de Catégorie B, doivent être élus par les actionnaires lors d’une Assemblée Générale conformément à la
Loi et doivent avoir une (1) voix chacun à toutes les réunions du Conseil. A partir de et après le Moment de la Résiliation de la Nomination (tel que défini à la Convention de Gouvernance), le Conseil
cessera d’être divisé en catégories et chaque administrateur qui avait été désigné comme administrateur de Catégorie A ou administrateur de Catégorie B restera en fonction comme
administrateur jusqu’à l’expiration de son mandat ou jusqu’à son décès, démission ou révocation par les actionnaires.

(ii) Les administrateurs sont révocables à tout moment, avec ou sans raison, par une décision de
l’Assemblée Générale.

(iii) Lorsqu’une personne morale est nommée administrateur, celle-ci est tenue de désigner un représentant permanent qui représentera ladite personne morale dans ses fonctions d’administrateur. Ce représentant permanent est soumis aux
mêmes règles et encourt les mêmes responsabilités que s’il avait exercé ses fonctions en son nom et pour son propre compte, sans préjudice de la responsabilité solidaire de la personne morale
qu’il représente.

(iv) Si le représentant permanent se trouve dans l’incapacité d’exercer ses
fonctions, la personne morale doit nommer immédiatement un autre représentant permanent.

(v) En cas de poste vacant
du poste d’administrateur, la majorité simple des administrateurs restants peut y pourvoir provisoirement jusqu’à la nomination définitive, par la prochaine Assemblée Générale.

7.2. Pouvoirs du conseil d’administration

(i) Tous les pouvoirs non expressément réservés par la Loi ou les Statuts à ou aux actionnaire(s) sont de la
compétence du Conseil, qui a tous les pouvoirs pour effectuer et approuver tous les actes et opérations conformes à l’objet social.

(ii) Des pouvoirs spéciaux et limités peuvent être délégués par le Conseil à un ou plusieurs
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comités pour certaines missions spécifiques. Ces comités peuvent inclure, mais ne sont pas limités à, un comité d’audit et un comité de
dédommagement.

(iii) Le Conseil est autorisé à déléguer la gestion journalière et le pouvoir
de représenter la Société à cette fin à un ou plusieurs administrateurs, agents ou représentants, qu’ils soient actionnaires ou non, agissant soit individuellement ou conjointement, à condition
qu’avant le Moment de la Résiliation de la Nomination (tel que défini à la Convention de Gouvernance), toute nomination, délégation ou procuration accordée en relation avec toute Acquisition des Points
Proposés (telle que définie à l’article 7.2 (iv) (1) ci-dessous) ou toute révocation de ce qui précède, pourra seulement être effective si une
Majorité de Catégorie B (telle que définie ci-dessous) vote en faveur d’une telle nomination, délégation ou procuration ou révocation de ce qui
précède, le cas échéant. Si la gestion journalière est déléguée à un ou plusieurs administrateurs, le Conseil devra rapporter à l’Assemblée Générale
annuelle tout salaire, frais et/ou tout autre avantage octroyé à cet/ces administrateur(s) durant la période financière de référence.

Pour écarter tout doute, il est noté que la liste non-exhaustive suivante ne doit
être considérée, sous aucune circonstance, comme relevant du champ d’application de la délégation journalière :

Approbation des comptes de la Société

Approbation du budget annuel de la Société

Approbation des règles de la Société

Approbation des recommandations faites par tout comité du Conseil

Approbation des Propositions d’Acquisition

(iv) Propositions d’Acquisition avant le Moment de la Résiliation de la Nomination. Les provisions suivantes de cet article 7.2
(iv) doivent s’appliquer jusqu’au Moment de la Résiliation de la Nomination (tel que défini à la Convention de Gouvernance), après lequel les provisions de cet article 7.2 (iv) (autre que la signification des
termes définis aux présentes qui sont utilités ailleurs dans ces Statuts) ne pourront plus revêtir force obligatoire ou prendre effet.

(1) Autorité Représentative des Administrateurs de Catégorie B concernant les Propositions d’Acquisition.
Nonobstant toute clause contraire de ces Statuts, deux (2) administrateurs de Catégorie B agissant en cette telle capacité (la «
Majorité de Catégorie B ») auront
l’autorité d’agir au nom de la Société (incluant d’engager la Société eu égard aux clauses (e) à (g)) quant aux sujets suivants : (a) revoir et évaluer les termes et
conditions de toute Proposition d’Acquisition, (b) négocier avec toute partie la Majorité de Catégorie B appropriée en relation avec la Proposition d’Acquisition, (c) solliciter les Propositions
d’Acquisition potentielles et/ou explorer la capacité à obtenir au nom de la Société les Propositions d’Acquisitions potentielles, (d) déterminer si les Propositions d’Acquisition
bénéficient à la Société et ses actionnaires, (e) faire des recommandations au Conseil et aux actionnaires sur les actions, le cas échéant, qui devront être prises eu égard à
toute Acquisition, Contrat d’Acquisition ou Proposition d’Acquisition, ce qui inclue recommander que le Conseil ou les actionnaires, si applicable, approuve(nt) toute Acquisition, Contrat d’Acquisition ou Proposition
d’Acquisition, (f) conserver, aux frais de la Société, les consultants, conseillers juridiques et autres conseillers que la Majorité de Catégorie B pourrait faire appel pour assister les administrateurs de
Catégorie B dans l’exécution de leurs obligations en relation avec les Propositions d’Acquisition, (g) sous réserve de l’article 7.2 (iv) (2) ci-dessous,
exécuter et délivrer pour le compte de la Société une documentation définitive relative à l’achèvement d’une Acquisition (un «
Contrat d’Acquisition »)
et (h) prendre ou demander à la Société de prendre, toute autre action connexe ou liée à toute Proposition d’Acquisition actuelle ou potentielle ou les autres sujets qui sont visés aux clauses
(a)-(g), incluant sans limitation d’autoriser et de conclure des contrats de toute nature (autre que le Contrat

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d’Acquisition sauf dans le cas de l’article 7.2 (iv) (2) ci-dessous) (les clauses (a)-(h) ci-dessus
sont appelées «
Cas des Acquisitions Proposées »). Tel qu’utilisé aux présentes : (x) « Proposition d’Acquisition » signifie une proposition
reçue par la Société, par n’importe laquelle de ses filiales ou chacun de ses administrateurs, agents ou consultants, avocats ou autres conseillers extérieurs respectifs offrant une Acquisition ; et (y) «
Acquisition » signifie une transaction ou une série de transactions liées résultant d’une acquisition (soit par fusion, consolidation, vente ou transfert des actions de la Société,
d’autres participations ou autre) par toute personne physique ou morale ou d’un groupe de personnes, directement ou indirectement (1) d’une majorité de (A) actions existantes de la Société ou
(B) des actifs de la Société et de ses filiales déterminées sur une base consolidée et (2) après la réalisation de laquelle les actionnaires de la Société ne détiennent
pas collectivement (véritable ou inscrit) une majorité des droits de votes d’une telle personne ou de l’entité mère ultime d’une telle personne, immédiatement avant une telle acquisition (ou, dans le
cas d’une groupe de personnes, une majorité des droits de votes du membre le plus important du groupe, déterminé par référence aux contributions respectives de tels membres ou l’entité mère
ultime d’un tel membre le plus important du groupe).

(2) Approbation des Contrats d’Acquisition. Aucun administrateur de
Catégorie B, agissant seul ou avec un ou plusieurs autres administrateurs de Catégorie B, ne peut avoir le pouvoir d’entrainer la Société à conclure tout Contrat d’Acquisition ou achever une Acquisition
sauf si un tel Contrat d’Acquisition (a) prévoit par ses termes que l’achèvement de l’Acquisition est conditionné soit (I) au vote de l’actionnaire dans les conditions de quorum et de
majorité conformément à la Loi ou à d’autres provisions de ces Statuts pour une telle Acquisition ou (II) à l’approbation de l’actionnaire par le vote d’une majorité des actions pour
laquelle le scrutin est plus élevé concernant les clauses (I) ou (II) susmentionnées (une telle condition, si applicable, une «
Condition de l’Approbation de l’Actionnariat ») et
(b) n’impose pas d’obligations ou de sanctions à la Société si la Condition de l’Approbation de l’Actionnariat n’est pas obtenue par voie d’une Assemblée Générale ou
d’une Assemblée Générale Extraordinaire, le cas échéant, convoquée pour voter en faveur d’un tel Contrat d’Acquisition ou une telle Acquisition autre que le remboursement des dépenses
raisonnables engagées par la contrepartie. Si un Contrat d’Acquisition proposé satisfait les clauses (a) et (b) de la phrase précédente, une Majorité de Catégorie B doit à être
autorisée à représenter la Société en exécutant et délivrant ou en entraînant toute personne autorisée par la Majorité de Catégorie B à exécuter et
délivrer, pour le compte de la Société, un tel Contrat d’Acquisition pour convoquer une Assemblée Générale ou une Assemblée Générale Extraordinaire, si applicable, pour rechercher
l’approbation de l’actionnariat sur l’Acquisition en conformité avec la Condition de l’Approbation de l’Actionnariat et, si une telle approbation de l’actionnariat est obtenue, exercer tous les autres pouvoirs
investis par l’article 7.2 (iv) (1) ci-dessus relatifs au Contrat d’Acquisition (ce qui inclue entrainer la Société à réaliser l’Acquisition et les autres
transactions envisagées par les présentes ou, sous réserve des termes du Contrat d’Acquisition, mettre fin à un tel Contrat d’Acquisition et abandonner une telle Acquisition).

(3) Limitation de l’Autorité de Représentation des Administrateurs de Catégorie A relative aux Propositions
d’Acquisition. Nonobstant toute clause contraire de ces Statuts (mais restant soumis à la dernière phrase de l’article 7.2 (iv) (3)), aucun administrateur de Catégorie A, agissant seul ou avec plusieurs autres
administrateurs, en sa capacité d’administrateur, ne peut ni avoir l’autorité d’engager la Société ou d’agir pour le compte de la Société, ni prendre toute action dans tous les cas
liés à toute Acquisition, Contrat d’Acquisition ou Cas des Acquisitions Proposées, sauf en cas d’approbation préalable d’une Majorité de Catégorie B.

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Nonobstant la phrase précédente, cet article 7.2 (iv) (3) ne peut être interprété comme limitant le droit des administrateurs de Catégorie A à
assister aux réunions des administrateurs de Catégorie B, de recevoir les informations reçues par les administrateurs de Catégorie B ou de fournir une collaboration aux administrateurs de Catégorie B, dans chaque
cas, en ce qui concerne les Acquisitions, Contrats d’Acquisition, Propositions d’Acquisitions et autres Cas des Acquisitions Proposées, et les administrateurs de Catégorie B doivent étendre de tels droits aux
administrateurs de Catégorie A.

(4) Modification de l’article 7.2 (iv). Nonobstant toute clause contraire de ces
Statuts, le Conseil ne doit pas proposer aux actionnaires ou recommander que les actionnaires n’approuvent toute modification à cet article 7.2 (iv) et/ou toutes autres dispositions de ces Statuts en modifiant ou limitant directement ou
indirectement cet article 7.2 (iv) sans le vote favorable d’une Majorité de Catégorie B.

7.3.
Procédure

(i) Le Conseil doit nommer un président parmi ses membres et peut choisir un secrétaire, administrateur
ou non, et qui sera responsable de la tenue des procès-verbaux des réunions du Conseil et des Assemblées Générales.

(ii) Le Conseil se réunit sur convocation du président ou de la majorité du Conseil d’administrateurs, au lieu
indiqué dans l’avis de convocation, qui en principe, est au Luxembourg.

(iii) Il est donné à tous les
administrateurs une convocation écrite de toute réunion du Conseil au moins vingt-quatre (24) heures à l’avance, sauf en cas d’urgence, auquel cas la nature et les circonstances de cette urgence sont
mentionnées dans la convocation à la réunion.

(iv) Aucune convocation n’est requise si tous les membres du
Conseil sont présents ou représentés et s’ils déclarent avoir parfaitement connaissance de l’ordre du jour de la réunion. Un administrateur peut également renoncer à la convocation à
une réunion, que ce soit avant ou après ladite réunion. Des convocations écrites séparées ne sont pas exigées pour des réunions se tenant à des heures et dans des lieux fixés dans
un calendrier préalablement adopté par le Conseil.

(v) Un administrateur peut donner une procuration à tout autre
administrateur afin de le représenter à toute réunion du Conseil.

(vi) Sauf disposition contraire, le Conseil peut
seulement valablement délibérer et agir si une majorité de ses membres sont présents ou représentés. Sauf disposition contraire, les Résolutions du Conseil sont valablement adoptés si une
majorité des membres du Conseil votent en leur faveur. Le président a une voix prédominante en cas d’égalité des voix. Les résolutions du Conseil sont consignées dans des procès-verbaux signés par le président, tous les administrateurs présents ou représentés à l’assemblée ou par le secrétaire (le cas
échéant).

(vii) Tout administrateur peut participer à toute réunion du Conseil par téléphone ou
visioconférence ou par tout autre moyen de communication permettant à l’ensemble des personnes participant à la réunion de s’identifier, de s’entendre et de se parler. La participation par un de ces moyens
équivaut à une participation en personne à une réunion dûment convoquée et tenue.

(viii) Des
résolutions circulaires signées par tous les administrateurs (les « Résolutions circulaires des Administrateurs ») sont valables et engagent la Société comme si elles avaient été
adoptées lors d’une réunion du Conseil dûment convoquée et tenue et portent la date de la dernière signature.

(ix) Tout administrateur qui a un intérêt opposé à celui de la Société dans une transaction qui ne
concerne pas des opérations courantes conclues dans des conditions normales, est tenu d’en prévenir le Conseil et de faire mentionner cette déclaration au procès-verbal de la
réunion. L’administrateur en question ne peut pas prendre part à ces délibérations. Un rapport spécial relatif à ou aux transactions

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concernées est soumis aux actionnaires avant tout vote, lors de la prochaine Assemblée Générale.

7.4. Représentation

(i) La Société est engagée envers les tiers (a) avant le Moment de la Résiliation de la Nomination (tel que
défini à la Convention de Gouvernance), par la signature conjointe de deux administrateurs de Catégorie B s’agissant des Cas des Acquisitions Proposées ou d’un Contrat d’Acquisition ; et (b) dans
tous les autres cas, par la signature conjointe d’une majorité du Conseil.

(ii) La Société est
également engagée envers les tiers par la signature conjointe ou individuelle de toute personne à qui un pouvoir de signature spécial a été délégué par le Conseil ou, avant le Moment de
la Résiliation de la Nomination (tel que défini à la Convention de Gouvernance) eu égard aux Cas des Acquisitions Proposées ou au Contrat d’Acquisition, par une Majorité de Catégorie B.

Art. 8. Administrateur unique

8.1. Au cas où le nombre des actionnaires est réduit à un (1), la Société peut être
gérée par un administrateur unique jusqu’à l’Assemblée Générale ordinaire suivant l’introduction d’un actionnaire supplémentaire. Dans ce cas, toute référence dans
les Statuts au Conseil ou aux administrateurs doit être considérée, le cas échéant, comme une référence à cet administrateur unique.

8.2. Les transactions conclues par la Société qui sont en opposition avec les intérêts de l’administrateur
unique doivent être consignées dans des procès-verbaux. Cela ne s’applique pas aux transactions qui concernent des opérations courantes conclues dans des conditions normales.

8.3. La Société est engagée
vis-à-vis des tiers par la signature de l’administrateur unique ou par la signature conjointe ou individuelle de toutes les personnes à qui des
pouvoirs de signature spéciaux ont été délégués.

Art.9. Responsabilité des
administrateurs

9.1. Les administrateurs ne peuvent pas, en raison de leur fonction, être déclarés personnellement
responsables pour les engagements régulièrement pris par eux au nom de la Société, dans la mesure où ces engagements sont conformes aux Statuts et à la Loi.

Art. 10. Rémunération des Administrateurs

10.1 La rémunération du conseil d’administration sera décidée par l’Assemblée
Générale.

10.2 La Société, dans les limites admises par la loi luxembourgeoise, devra indemniser tout
administrateur ou dirigeant ancien ou actuel, contre tout dommage et/ou indemnité à payer, et de tous coûts, charges et dépenses raisonnablement supportés par lui et liés à la défense ou
à une transaction relative à toute action, poursuite ou procédure de nature civile, pénale ou administrative, à laquelle il peut être partie en raison du fait qu’il soit ou ait été un
administrateur ou un dirigeant de la Société, si (i) il a agit honnêtement et de bonne foi et, (ii) dans les cas de procédures pénales ou administratives, s’il a des motifs valables de croire que son
attitude était conforme à la loi. Sans préjudice de ce qui précède, l’actuel ou l’ancien administrateur ou dirigeant ne sera pas indemniser en cas d’action, poursuite ou procédure
intentée en son encontre par la Société ou dans le cas où il serait finalement jugé responsable de négligence grave, manquement volontaire, fraude, malhonnêteté ou tout autre infraction
pénale, suite à toute action, poursuite ou procédure.

De plus, en cas de règlement, l’actuel ou
l’ancien administrateur ou dirigeant aura seulement droit au remboursement en vertu du présent paragraphe que (i) si le Conseil ait déterminer de bonne foi que les actions du défendeur ne constitue pas une violation
préméditée et délibérée de la loi et qu’il ait obtenu des conseils juridiques pertinents à cet effet, et (ii) si une notification de l’intention de transiger

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dans le cadre de cette action, poursuite ou procédure est faite à la Société au moins dix jours ouvrables avant un tel règlement.

IV. ACTIONNAIRE(S)

Art. 11. Assemblées générales des actionnaires

11.1. Pouvoirs et droits de vote

(i) Les résolutions des actionnaires sont adoptées lors d’assemblées générales des actionnaires
(l’« Assemblée Générale »). L’Assemblée Générale a les pouvoirs les plus étendus pour adopter, autoriser et ratifier tous les actes et opérations conformes à
l’objet social.

(ii) Chaque action donne droit à un (1) vote.

11.2. Convocations, quorum, majorité et procédures de vote

(i) Les Assemblées Générales sont tenues au lieu et heure précisés dans les convocations.

(ii) La convocation à toute Assemblée Générale Ordinaire ou Assemblée Générale extraordinaire
doit contenir l’ordre du jour, l’heure et le lieu de la réunion et doit être faite par deux (2) publications de huit (8) jours d’intervalle au Mémorial C, Recueil des Sociétés et
Associations (Gazette Officielle de Luxembourg) et dans un journal à large diffusion au Luxembourg, la seconde convocation étant publiée huit (8) jours avant la réunion. Dans le cas où les actions de la
Société sont cotées sur un marché réglementé à l’étranger, les avis doivent, en outre (sous réserve de la réglementation applicable), soit (i) être publié une
fois un journal à large diffusion du pays de cette cotation au même moment que la première publication au Luxembourg ou (ii) suivre les pratiques de marché de ce pays en matière de publicité de la
convocation à une assemblée générale des actionnaires.

(iii) Si tous les actionnaires sont présents ou
représentés et se considèrent comme ayant été dûment convoqués et informés de l’ordre du jour de l’assemblée, l’Assemblée Générale peut se tenir sans
convocation préalable.

(iv) Un actionnaire peut donner une procuration écrite à toute autre personne, actionnaire ou
non, afin de le représenter à toute Assemblée Générale.

(v) En relation avec toute Assemblée
Générale, le Conseil est autorisé mais n’est pas requis de prendre des dispositions pour que les actionnaires participent par des dispositifs de communication à distance. Si le Conseil a pris cette disposition, une
participation de l’actionnaire par des dispositifs de communication à distance sera considérée comme équivalente à une participation en personne à cette assemblée.

(vi) Tout actionnaire peut voter au moyen de formulaires de vote fournis par la Société. Les formulaires de vote indiquent la
date, le lieu et l’ordre du jour de la réunion, le texte des résolutions proposées ainsi que, pour chaque résolution, trois cases permettant de voter en faveur, de voter contre ou de s’abstenir. Les formulaires
de vote doivent être renvoyés par les actionnaires au siège social. Sont pris en compte pour le calcul du quorum, seuls les formulaires de vote reçus avant la réunion de l’Assemblée
Générale. Les formulaires de vote qui n’indiquent ni intention de vote ni abstention, sont nuls.

(vii) Les
décisions de l’Assemblée Générale sont adoptées à la majorité simple des voix exprimées, sans tenir compte de la proportion du capital social représenté.

(viii) Une assemblée générale extraordinaire (« Assemblée Générale Extraordinaire
») ne peut modifier les Statuts que si au moins la moitié du capital social est représenté et que l’ordre du jour indique les modifications au Statuts proposées, y compris le texte de tout modification
proposée à l’objet social ou à la forme de la Société. Si ce quorum n’est pas atteint, une seconde Assemblée Générale Extraordinaire peut être convoquée au moyen
d’avis publiés deux fois dans le Mémorial et deux journaux luxembourgeois, à un intervalle d’au moins quinze (15) jours et ce, quinze jours (15) avant la réunion. Ces avis précisent la date

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et l’ordre du jour de l’Assemblée Générale Extraordinaire. La seconde Assemblée Générale Extraordinaire délibère valablement quel
que soit le pourcentage de capital représenté. Lors des deux Assemblée Générales Extraordinaires, les résolutions doivent être adoptées par au moins deux tiers des suffrages exprimés.

(ix) Tout changement de nationalité de la Société ainsi que toute augmentation de l’engagement d’un
actionnaire dans la Société exige le consentement unanime des actionnaires et des obligataires (le cas échéant).

Art. 12. Procédure

12.1. Toute Assemblée Générale sera présidée par le président du Conseil nommé
conformément à l’article 7.3 (i) ou, en l’absence de président, par tout autre administrateur ou agent de la Société désigné par le Conseil. Le secrétaire nommé
conformément à l’article 7.3 (i) ou, en l’absence d’un tel secrétaire, tout autre administrateur ou agent de la Société désigné par le Conseil, agira comme secrétaire à
tout Assemblée Générale. En relation avec toute Assemblée Générale, le Conseil ou, en l’absence d’une détermination par le Conseil, la personne présidant l’Assemblée
Générale nommera un scrutateur qui devra établir la liste de présence.

12.2. En relation avec toute
Assemblée Générale, le Conseil est autorisé à fournir ces règles de délibération et ces conditions autorisant les actionnaires à prendre part à l’assemblée comme le
Conseil le juge approprié. Sauf si cela rentre en conflit avec les règles et conditions adoptées par le Conseil, la personne présidant l’assemblée aura le pouvoir et l’autorité de prescrire de
telles règles et conditions additionnelles et de faire tous ces actes qui, dans le jugement d’une telle personne, seront appropriés pour la bonne tenue de la réunion. De telles règles et conditions, qu’elles
soient adoptées par le Conseil ou prescrites par une personne présidant l’assemblée, peuvent inclure, dans chaque cas dans la limite de ce qui est prescrit par la loi applicable, (a) de déterminer l’ordre
du jour de l’assemblée, (b) les règles et procédures pour maintenir l’ordre de l’assemblée et la sûreté de ceux présents, (c) des limites sur la présence ou la
participation à l’assemblée des actionnaires, leurs mandataires dûment autorisés et constitués, ou toute autre personne que le président de l’assemblée déterminera, (d) des
restrictions imposées à l’entrée de l’assemblée après le temps fixé pour le démarrage de l’assemblée, et € des limitations sur le temps alloué pour les questions
ou commentaires des participants.

12.3. Sans limiter la généralité de l’article 12.2 et indépendamment de
l’ordre du jour, le Conseil ou la personne présidant l’assemblée peuvent ajourner toute Assemblée Générale ordinaire ou Assemblée Générale Extraordinaire conformément aux
formalités et limites de temps stipulées par la loi.

12.4. Les minutes des Assemblées Générales doivent
être signées par les membres du bureau de l’assemblée. Les copies ou extrait des procès-verbaux qui devront être produites devant le tribunal ou autre part devront
être signées par deux (2) administrateurs ou par le secrétaire du Conseil ou par tout secrétaire adjoint.

12.5. Nonobstant toute disposition contraire des Statuts et en plus de tout vote plus ou moins important requis par la Loi, par d’autres
provisions de ces Statuts, par le Contrat d’Acquisition applicable ou autre, la Société n’aura ni le pouvoir ni l’autorité de finaliser une transaction satisfaisant la clause (1) (B) de la définition de
l’Acquisition sans l’approbation préalable des actionnaires (une telle approbation obtenue par un vote à la majorité des actions).

Art. 13. Actionnaire unique

13.1 Lorsque le nombre des actionnaires est réduit à un (1), l’actionnaire unique exerce tous les pouvoirs
conférés par la Loi à l’Assemblée Générale.

13.2 Toute référence dans les
Statuts à l’Assemblée Générale est interprétée le cas échéant, comme une référence à cet actionnaire unique.

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13.3 Les résolutions de l’actionnaire unique sont consignées dans des procès-verbaux.

V. COMPTES ANNUELS – AFFECTATION DES BENEFICES – CONTRÔLE

Art. 14. Exercice social et approbation des comptes annuels

14.1. L’exercice social commence le premier (1) janvier et se termine le trente-et-un (31) décembre de chaque année.

14.2. Chaque année, le
Conseil dresse le bilan et le compte de résultats ainsi qu’un inventaire indiquant la valeur des actifs et passifs de la Société, avec une annexe résumant les engagements de la Société ainsi que les
dettes des agents, administrateurs et commissaires aux comptes envers la Société.

14.3. Un mois avant
l’Assemblée Générale Annuelle, le Conseil fournit les pièces justificatives, et un rapport sur les opérations de la Société aux commissaires, qui doivent ensuite faire un rapport exposant leurs
conclusions et leurs propositions.

14.4. L’Assemblée Générale Annuelle est tenue au siège social
ou à tout autre endroit au sein de la ville où est situé le siège social, tel que spécifié dans la convocation, le quatrième mardi du mois de mai à 10 heures du matin. Si ce jour est un jour
férié ou le jour suivant un jour férié aux Etats-Unis, l’Assemblée Générale sera tenue le mardi de la semaine suivante.

14.5. L’Assemblée Générale annuelle peut être tenue à l’étranger si, selon le jugement
décisif et absolu du Conseil, des circonstances exceptionnelles l’exigent.

Art. 15. Commissaires aux
comptes/Réviseurs d’entreprises

15.1. Les opérations de la Société sont contrôlées par
un ou plusieurs commissaires.

15.2. Les opérations de la Société sont contrôlées par un ou
plusieurs réviseurs d’entreprises, dans les cas requis par la loi ou lorsque la Société le décide.

15.3.
L’Assemblée Générale nomme les commissaires/réviseurs d’entreprises et détermine leur nombre, leur rémunération et la durée de leur mandat, lequel ne peut dépasser six
(6) ans. Les commissaires/réviseurs d’entreprises peuvent être réélus.

Art. 16. Affectation des
bénéfices

16.1. Cinq pour cent (5 %) des bénéfices nets annuels de la Société sont
affectés à la réserve légale. Cette affectation cesse d’être exigée lorsque la réserve légale atteint dix pour cent (10 %) du capital social.

16.2. L’Assemblée Générale décide de l’affectation du solde des bénéfices nets annuels.
Elle peut affecter ce bénéfice au paiement d’un dividende, l’affecter à un compte de réserve ou le reporter conformément aux dispositions légales applicables.

16.3. Des dividendes intérimaires peuvent être distribués à tout moment, aux conditions suivantes :

(i) des comptes intérimaires sont établis par le Conseil;

(ii) ces comptes intérimaires montrent que des bénéfices et autres réserves (en ce compris la prime
d’émission) suffisants sont disponibles pour une distribution; étant entendu que le montant à distribuer ne peut excéder le montant des bénéfices réalisés depuis la fin du dernier exercice
social dont les comptes annuels ont été approuvés, le cas échéant, augmenté des bénéfices reportés et des réserves distribuables, et réduit par les pertes reportées
et les sommes à affecter à la réserve légale ou statutaire ;

(iii) la décision de distribuer des
dividendes intérimaires est adoptée par le Conseil dans les deux (2) mois suivant la date des comptes intérimaires; et

Dans leur rapport au Conseil, selon le cas, les commissaires ou les réviseurs d’entreprises doivent vérifier si les
conditions indiquées ci-dessus ont été remplies.

16.4 La
Société peut effectuer le paiement de dividendes ainsi que tous autres paiements en espèces, actions ou autres titres à un Dépositaire. Ledit

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Dépositaire distribuera ces fonds à ses déposants en fonction de la quantité de titres ou autres instruments financiers comptabilisés à leur nom. Un tel
paiement par la Société au Dépositaire libérera pleinement la Société de ses obligations à cet égard.

VI. DISSOLUTION – LIQUIDATION

17.1. La Société peut être dissoute à tout moment, par une résolution de l’Assemblée
Générale, adoptée selon les modalités requises pour la modification des Statuts. L’Assemblée Générale nomme un ou plusieurs liquidateurs, actionnaires ou non, pour réaliser la liquidation
et détermine leur nombre, pouvoirs et rémunération. Sauf décision contraire de l’Assemblée Générale, les liquidateurs sont investis des pouvoirs les plus étendus pour réaliser les
actifs et payer les dettes de la Société.

17.2. Le boni de liquidation résultant de la réalisation des actifs
et du paiement des dettes est distribué aux actionnaires proportionnellement aux actions détenues par chacun d’entre eux.

VII. DISPOSITIONS GENERALES

18.1. Les convocations et communications, respectivement les renonciations à celles-ci, sont
faites, et les résolutions circulaires sont établies par écrit, télégramme, téléfax, e-mail ou tout autre moyen de communication électronique.

18.2. Les procurations sont données par tout moyen mentionné ci-dessus. Les procurations
relatives aux réunions du Conseil peuvent également être données par un administrateur conformément aux conditions acceptées par le Conseil.

18.3. Les signatures peuvent être sous forme manuscrite ou électronique, à condition que les signatures
électroniques remplissent l’ensemble des conditions légales requises pour pouvoir être assimilées à des signatures manuscrites. Les signatures des résolutions circulaires peuvent être
apposées sur un original ou sur plusieurs copies du même document, qui ensemble, constituent un seul et unique document.

18.4. Pour tous les points non expressément prévus par les Statuts, il est fait référence à la loi et, sous
réserve des dispositions légale d’ordre public, à tout accord conclu de temps à autre entre les actionnaires.

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Exhibit 2.1

GOVERNANCE AGREEMENT

by and among

PACIFIC DRILLING
S.A.

– and –

THE
OTHER PARTIES LISTED

ON SCHEDULE I HERETO

Dated as of November 19, 2018


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Page

ARTICLE I DEFINITIONS

1

Section 1.1

Ορισμοί 1

Section 1.2

Interpretation 5

ARTICLE II GOVERNANCE AGREEMENTS PRIOR TO NOMINATION TERMINATION TIME

6

Section 2.1

Nomination Rights 6

Section 2.2

Right to Share Company Confidential Information 7

Section 2.3

Acquisition Proposal Matters 8

Section 2.4

Assurances 8

ARTICLE III ADDITIONAL GOVERNANCE AGREEMENTS

10

Section 3.1

Effect of Nomination Termination Time 10

Section 3.2

Board Observer Rights 10

Section 3.3

Additional Share Capital Authorization 11

Section 3.4

Corporate Opportunity 12

Section 3.5

Designated Representatives; Information Regarding Holdings 13

ARTICLE IV MISCELLANEOUS

14

Section 4.1

Termination 14

Section 4.2

Injunctive Relief 14

Section 4.3

Notices 15

Section 4.4

Recapitalization 15

Section 4.5

Amendment 16

Section 4.6

Successors and Assigns 16

Section 4.7

Binding Effect 16

Section 4.8

No Third-Party Beneficiaries 16

Section 4.9

Governing Law; Jurisdiction; Agent For Service 16

Section 4.10

Waiver of Jury Trial 17

Section 4.11

Immunity Waiver 17

Section 4.12

Entire Agreement 17

Section 4.13

Severability 17

Section 4.14

Counterparts 17

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GOVERNANCE AGREEMENT

This GOVERNANCE AGREEMENT, dated as of November 19, 2018 (this “Agreement”), is entered into by and
among Pacific Drilling S.A., a public limited liability company (société anonyme) organized under the laws of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg having its registered office at 8-10, Avenue de la
Gare, L-1610, Luxembourg and registered with the Luxembourg register of commerce and companies under registration number B159658 (including any of its successors by merger, acquisition, reorganization,
conversion or otherwise, the “Company”), and the Persons set forth on Schedule I hereto.

WHEREAS, the parties hereto wish to enter into this Agreement to set forth their agreements with respect to certain
governance matters concerning the Company.

NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the promises and of the mutual
consents and obligations hereinafter set forth and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, intending to be legally bound, the parties hereto hereby agree as follows:

ARTICLE I

DEFINITIONS

Section 1.1 Ορισμοί. As used in this Agreement:

"Abrams Parties” means, collectively, the following Holders together with their respective Permitted
Transferees and Permitted Assignees: Abrams Capital Partners I, L.P.; Abrams Capital Partners II, L.P.; Whitecrest Partners, LP; and Great Hollow International, L.P.

"Acquisition Proposal Matters” has the meaning ascribed to such term in the Articles.

"Additional Share Capital Authorization” has the meaning ascribed to such term in Section 3.2.

"Advisors” has the meaning ascribed to such term in Section 2.2.

"Affiliate” means, with respect to any Person, any Person that, directly or indirectly, through one or more
intermediaries, controls, or is controlled by, or is under common control with, such Person. As used in this definition, the term “control,” including the correlative terms “controlling,” “controlled
by” and “under common control with,” means possession, directly or indirectly, of the power to direct or cause the direction of the management or policies (whether through ownership of securities or any partnership or other
ownership interest, by contract or otherwise) of a Person. Notwithstanding the foregoing, (1) except as otherwise specified herein, none of the Avenue Parties, the SVP Parties, the Other Lenders, any Permitted Transferee thereof or the other
holders (beneficially or of record) of shares of the Company shall be considered an Affiliate of (i) any portfolio company in which any of the Avenue Parties, the SVP Parties, the Other Lenders, any Permitted Transferee thereof, such other
holders or any of their respective alternative investment vehicles have made a debt or equity investment (and vice versa), (ii) any limited partner of, non-managing member of, or other similar direct or
indirect

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investor in the Avenue Parties, the SVP Parties, the Other Lenders, any Permitted Transferee
thereof or any of their respective alternative investment vehicles, or (iii) any portfolio company in which any such limited partner of, non-managing member of, or other similar direct or indirect
investor has made a debt or equity investment (and vice versa), and none of the Persons described in clauses (i) through (iii) of this definition shall be considered an Affiliate of each other (the exclusions in this clause (1), the
"Affiliate Exclusion”) and (2) none of the Holders shall be considered an Affiliate of the Company or any of its Subsidiaries, the Avenue Parties, the SVP Parties or the Other Lenders, in the case of the immediately foregoing
clauses (1) and (2), solely by reason of the execution and delivery of this Agreement or by virtue of also being a holder of shares of the Company.

"Articles” means the articles of incorporation of the Company, as in effect as of the date hereof, as
amended, restated, altered, repealed or amended and restated from time to time.

"Avenue Europe Funds"
means, collectively, the following Holders: Avenue-ASRS Europe Opportunities Fund, L.P.; Avenue Europe Special Situations Fund III (U.S.), L.P.; Avenue Europe Special Situations Fund III (Euro), L.P.; and Avenue Europe Opportunities Master Fund,
L.P.

"Avenue Parties” means, collectively, the Avenue Europe Funds and the Avenue US Funds together with
their respective Permitted Transferees and Permitted Assignees.

"Avenue US Funds” means, collectively,
the following Holders: Avenue Energy Opportunities Fund II, L.P.; Avenue PPF Opportunities Fund, L.P.; Avenue Energy Opportunities Fund, L.P.; Avenue Special Opportunities Fund II, L.P.; and Avenue Strategic Opportunities Fund, L.P.

"Board” means the Board of Directors of the Company.

"Business Day” means any day that is not a Saturday, Sunday or other day on which banks are required or
authorized by law to be closed in the City of New York.

"Class B Director” means a Director
appointed to Class B pursuant to article 7.1(i) of the Articles.

"Class B Majority” has the
meaning ascribed to such term in the Articles.

"Company Confidential Information” means all non-public information, documents and materials regarding or relating to the Company, its Affiliates or any of the foregoing’s respective directors, officers, employees, managers, consultants, representatives,
analyses, models, purchases, sales, investments, activities, businesses, affairs or other transactions or matters, in each case, that a Director or Observer (in his or her capacity as such) obtains or receives access to from or on behalf of the
Company or any of its Affiliates; provided, however, that “Company Confidential Information” shall not include any information, document or material that (i) is or has become generally available to the public other than
as a result of a direct or indirect disclosure by any Director, Observer, Recipient or Recipient’s Advisor in breach of any duty of confidentiality to the Company, whether hereunder or otherwise or (ii) in the case of a Recipient or
Observer Shareholder and its Advisors, was within the possession of such Recipient, Observer

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Shareholder or any of its Advisors from a source other than the Company, any of its
Representatives or an Observer (which source was not known by such Recipient, Observer Shareholder or Advisor to be bound by a duty of confidentiality, whether contractual, legal, fiduciary or otherwise, to the Company with respect to such
information, document or material) prior to its being furnished to such Recipient, Observer Shareholder or Advisor.

"Competitive Opportunity” has the meaning ascribed to such term in Section 3.4.

"Delegation Resolutions” has the meaning ascribed to such term in Section 2.2.

"Designating Party” has the meaning ascribed to such term in Section 3.5(a).

"Designee” has the meaning ascribed to such term in Section 3.5(a).

"Director” means a director of the Company.

"Exchange Act” means the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended.

"Fidelity Parties” means, collectively, the following Holders together with their respective Permitted
Transferees and Permitted Assignees: Master Trust Bank of Japan Ltd. Re: Fidelity US High Yield; Fidelity Funds SICAV / Fidelity Funds – US High Yield; Fidelity Advisor Series I: Fidelity Advisor High Income Advantage Fund; Fidelity Mt. Vernon
Street Trust: Fidelity New Millennium Fund; Fidelity Puritan Trust: Fidelity Puritan Fund; Fidelity American High Yield Fund; Fidelity U.S. All Cap Fund; Fidelity Canadian Balanced Fund; Japan Trustee Services Bank, Ltd. Re: Fidelity Strategic
Income Fund (Mother); Fidelity US Multi-Cap Investment Trust; Fidelity Summer Street Trust: Fidelity Global High Income Fund; Fidelity Contrafund: Fidelity Advisors New Insights Fund; Fidelity Concord Street
Trust: Fidelity Mid-Cap Stock Fund; and Fidelity Mid-Cap Stock Commingled Pool.

"General Meeting” has the meaning ascribed to such term in the Articles.

"Governmental Authority” means any international, national, federal, state, provincial or local governmental,
regulatory or administrative authority, agency, commission, court, tribunal, arbitral body or self-regulated entity (including any stock exchange), whether domestic or foreign.

"Highbridge Parties” means, collectively, the following Holders together with their respective Permitted
Transferees and Permitted Assignees: 1992 MSF International Ltd.; and 1992 Tactical Credit Master Fund, L.P.

"Holder” means any Person party to this Agreement that holds, beneficially or of record, shares of the
Company.

"Identified Persons” has the meaning ascribed to such term in Section 3.4.

"Law” means any federal, state, local, municipal, foreign or other law, statute, legislation, constitution,
principle of common law, ordinance, code, decree, order, judgment, rule, regulation, ruling or requirement issued, enacted, adopted, promulgated, implemented or otherwise put into

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effect by or under the authority of any Governmental Authority and any order or decision of an
applicable arbitrator or arbitration panel.

"Nomination Termination Time” has the meaning ascribed to
such term in Section 3.1(a).

"Observer” has the meaning ascribed to such term in
Section 3.2.

"Observer Shareholders” means, collectively, the Designee of each Designating
Party; provided that, solely for purposes of Section 3.2 and the definition of Original Percentage Threshold, each such Designee shall be deemed to hold, beneficially or of record, and have the power to vote or direct the voting
of, all shares of the Company so held by each of such Designee’s Designating Parties; provided, further, that, solely for purposes of this definition, the Designees of the Avenue Europe Funds and Avenue US Funds shall be treated
as if a single entity that is the Designee of all the Avenue Parties, such that the identification of the Observer in the case of the Avenue Parties shall be made by the Designees of the Avenue Europe Funds and Avenue US Funds acting jointly.

"Original Percentage Threshold” means, with respect to any Observer Shareholder, the lesser of (a) five
percent (5%) of the issued and outstanding shares of the Company or (b) fifty percent (50%) of the shares of the Company such Observer Shareholder together with its Permitted Transferees collectively held, beneficially or of record, and had the
power to vote or direct the voting of, at the close of business on the date of this Agreement.

"Other
Lenders
” means, collectively, the Abrams Parties, Fidelity Parties, Highbridge Parties and Whitebox Parties.

"Ownership Threshold” has the meaning ascribed to such term in Section 3.1(a).

"Permitted Assignee” and “Permitted Assignees” have the respective meanings ascribed to such
terms in Section 4.6.

"Permitted Transferee” means, (i) with respect to the Avenue
Parties, any of the Avenue Parties, any of their respective Affiliates (it being understood that a Person shall not be deemed to be an Affiliate of any Avenue Party merely by virtue of also being a holder of shares of the Company), any investment
fund managed, advised or sub-advised by either Avenue Capital Management II, L.P. or Avenue Europe International Management, L.P., or any successor to the foregoing; (ii) with respect to the SVP Parties,
any of the SVP Parties, any of their respective Affiliates (it being understood that a Person shall not be deemed to be an Affiliate of any SVP Party merely by virtue of also being a holder of shares of the Company), any investment fund managed,
advised, or sub-advised by an Affiliate of one of the SVP Parties, or any successor to the foregoing; and (iii) with respect to the Other Lenders, any of the Other Lenders, any of their respective
Affiliates (it being understood that a Person shall not be deemed to be an Affiliate of any Other Lender merely by virtue of also being a holder of shares of the Company), any investment fund managed, advised, or
sub-advised by any of Abrams Capital Management, L.P., Fidelity Management & Research Company, Highbridge Capital Management, LLC and Whitebox Advisors LLC or any successor to the foregoing;
provided, that, in the case of the immediately foregoing clauses (i), (ii) and (iii), in no event shall any portfolio company in which

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any such Person or any of its Affiliates has made a debt or equity investment be deemed a
“Permitted Transferee”.

"Person” means any individual, corporation (including any non-profit corporation), limited liability company, joint stock company, general partnership, limited partnership, limited liability partnership, joint venture, estate, trust, firm, Governmental Authority or other
enterprise, association, organization or entity of any kind, whether domestic or foreign.

"Recipient"
has the meaning ascribed to such term in Section 2.2.

"Representative” means, with respect
to any Person, the investors, financing sources, partners, employees, officers, directors, managers, consultants and representatives of such Person.

"Specified Courts” has the meaning ascribed to such term in Section 4.9.

"Subsidiary” means each Person in which another Person (a) owns or controls, directly or indirectly,
capital stock or other equity securities representing more than 50% of the outstanding voting power or (b) is a general partner, manager, managing member or other controlling Person.

"SVP Parties” means, collectively, the following Holders together with their respective Permitted Transferees
and Permitted Assignees: Kings Forest S.a.r.l.; Yellow Sapphire S.a.r.l.; Queens Gate S.a.r.l.; and Rathgar S.a.r.l.

"Triggering Party” has the meaning ascribed to such term in Section 3.1(a).

"Whitebox Parties” means, collectively, the following Holders together with their respective Permitted
Transferees and Permitted Assignees: Whitebox Asymmetric Partners, L.P.; Whitebox Caja Blanca Fund, LP; Whitebox Relative Value Partners, L.P.; Whitebox Credit Partners, L.P.; Whitebox GT Fund, LP; Whitebox Multi-Strategy Partners, L.P.; and Pandora
Select Partners, L.P.

Section 1.2 Interpretation. Interpretation of this Agreement
shall be governed by the following rules of construction: (a) references to the terms Article, Section, paragraph, Annex, and Exhibit are references to the Articles, Sections, paragraphs, Annexes and Exhibits to this Agreement unless
otherwise expressly specified; (b) the terms “hereof,” “herein,” “hereby,” “hereto,” and derivative or similar words refer to this entire Agreement, including Exhibits hereto; (c) references to
“$” or “Dollars” shall mean United States dollars; (d) the words “include,” “includes,” “including” and words of similar import when used in this Agreement shall mean “including without
limitation,” unless otherwise expressly specified; (e) the word “or” shall not be exclusive; (f) references to “written” or “in writing” include in electronic form; (g) provisions shall apply, when
appropriate, to successive events and transactions; (h) the headings contained in this Agreement are for reference purposes only and shall not affect in any way the meaning or interpretation of this Agreement; (i) a reference to any of the
parties hereto, the Company or any other Person includes such Person’s permitted successors and assigns; (j) references to “days” mean calendar days unless Business Days are expressly specified; (k) the word “will”
shall be construed to have the same meaning and effect as the word “shall”; (l) the terms “party,” “party hereto,” “parties” and “party hereto” shall mean a party to this Agreement

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and the parties to this Agreement, as applicable, unless otherwise expressly specified;
(m) with respect to the determination of any period of time, “from” means “from and including”; (n) any deadline or time period set forth in this Agreement that by its terms ends on a day that is not a Business Day shall be
automatically extended to the next succeeding Business Day; (o) the gender of all words used herein shall include the masculine, feminine and neuter; (p) the number of all words shall include the singular and plural; (q) unless
otherwise expressly specified, any agreement, instrument or statute defined or referred to herein means such agreement, instrument or statute as from time to time may be amended, supplemented, restated or modified, including (in the case of
agreements or instruments) by waiver or consent and (in the case of statutes) by succession of comparable successor statutes; and (r) each of the Company, Avenue Parties and the SVP Parties has participated in the negotiation and drafting of
this Agreement and if an ambiguity or question of interpretation should arise, this Agreement shall be construed as if drafted jointly by the parties hereto and no presumption or burden of proof shall arise favoring or burdening either party by
virtue of the authorship of any of the provisions in this Agreement.

ARTICLE II

GOVERNANCE AGREEMENTS PRIOR TO NOMINATION TERMINATION TIME

Section 2.1 Nomination Rights. The Company hereby agrees that:

(a) Nomination Rights of the Avenue Parties. The Avenue Parties shall have
the right to nominate one (1) Class B Director.

(b) Nomination Rights of
the SVP Parties
. The SVP Parties shall have the right to nominate one (1) Class B Director.

(c) Nomination Rights of the Other Lenders. The Other Lenders shall have the
right to nominate one (1) Class B Director, which nominee shall be determined by the plurality of the voting power of the respective shares of the Company held, beneficially or of record, by the Other Lenders. The Company shall administer
the identification of the Other Lenders’ Class B Director nominee by requesting in writing from the Designee of each of the Abrams Parties, Fidelity Parties, Highbridge Parties and Whitebox Parties a written representation as to
(i) the number of shares of the Company then held, beneficially or of record, by each of such Designee’s Designating Parties and (ii) the person such Designating Party desires to identify as the Class B Director to be nominated
pursuant to this Section 2.1(c). If any Designee does not respond to the Company by the deadline set forth in such request, which deadline shall not be less than ten (10) Business Days after the date such request is deemed given
pursuant to Section 4.3, the Company shall be entitled to deem the applicable Designating Party as having abstained from the identification of the Class B Director pursuant to this Section 2.1(c).

(d) Death; Retirement; Resignation; Removal; Vacancies. If a vacancy on the
Board is caused by the death, retirement, resignation or removal of any Class B Director nominated by the Avenue Parties, SVP Parties or Other Lenders pursuant to this Section 2.1, then the Avenue Parties, SVP Parties or Other
Lenders, as the case may be, shall, to the fullest extent permitted by applicable Law, have the exclusive right to nominate a Class B Director to

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fill such vacancy for the remainder of the deceased, retired, resigned or removed, as applicable,
Class B Director’s term, and the Company shall take all action to cause such Class B Director to be appointed to the Board. In the case of a vacancy with respect to the Class B Director entitled to be nominated by the Other
Lenders, the Company shall administer the identification of the Other Lenders’ Class B Director nominee in the same manner as set forth in Section 2.1(c).

(e) Additional Nomination Procedures. In connection with any meeting of
shareholders of the Company at which Directors are to be elected, the Company shall treat any person previously nominated in accordance with Section 2.1(a)(d), as applicable, and who is then in office as a Director as the
Class B Director nominee of the Persons entitled to nominate such Class B Director unless and until the Company receives contrary notice from such Persons or their Designee; provided, that the Company shall be required to administer
the identification of the Other Lenders’ Class B Director nominee in the manner set forth in Section 2.1(c) (i) at least 30 days prior to each annual meeting of shareholders of the Company and (ii) upon request by any
Designee of any of the Other Lenders. The Company may require any person nominated as a Class B Director to provide the Company (i) a completed and executed copy of the Company’s standard director questionnaire applicable to all other
Directors and (ii) such other information as the Company is required to disclose with respect to such nominee pursuant to applicable Law or the rules of any securities exchange on which the Company’s shares are listed. If the Company
identifies any reason under applicable Law why a person nominated as a Class B Director pursuant to Section 2.1(a)(d) cannot be seated as a Director, then (i) the Company shall promptly notify the Persons entitled to
nominate such nominee of that fact and (ii) the Company and such Persons shall cooperate in good faith either to eliminate the impediment under applicable Law to such person’s being seated as a Director or to identify another person as
such Persons’ Class B Director nominee in accordance with this Section 2.1.

Section 2.2 Right to Share Company Confidential Information. Subject to the
following sentence, the Company agrees and acknowledges that: (a) the Class B Director nominated by the Avenue Parties may share Company Confidential Information with any Avenue Party, but only upon such Avenue Party’s request;
(b) the Class B Director nominated by the SVP Parties may share Company Confidential Information with any SVP Party, but only upon such SVP Party’s request; and (c) the Class B Director nominated by the Other Lenders may
share Company Confidential Information with any of the Other Lenders, but only upon such Other Lender’s request (any Person that receives Company Confidential Information pursuant to this sentence, a “Recipient”). Notwithstanding the
preceding sentence, prior to receiving any Company Confidential Information, a Recipient (or one or more of its Affiliates) shall enter into a customary non-disclosure agreement with the Company, pursuant to
which the Recipient agrees not to disclose or use for any purpose (other than in relation to its or one or more of its Affiliates’ investment in the Company) any such Company Confidential Information without the prior written consent of the
Board, except that Company Confidential Information may be disclosed (i) if required by applicable law, regulation, legal process or pursuant to any request by any legal, regulatory, self-regulatory or government body (provided, that, other
than in connection with a routine examination, audit or inspection by any regulatory, supervisory or similar body or authority having or claiming jurisdiction over the Recipient or one or more of its Affiliates, prior to making such disclosure or,
if not practicable in advance, as promptly as practicable thereafter, and to the extent legally permissible, the Recipient shall notify the Company in writing so that the Company may seek a protective order or other appropriate

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remedy) and (ii) to such Recipient’s authorized accountants, attorneys, auditors,
Representatives and other professionals and advisors (collectively, “Advisors”) on a “need to know basis” (provided, that such Advisors agree to keep such Company Confidential Information confidential and to limit their use
thereof to the Recipient’s or one or more of its Affiliates’ investment in the Company).

Section 2.3 Acquisition Proposal Matters. The Company hereby agrees to take all
necessary action to cause the Board to adopt a resolution delegating to the Class B Directors the full power and authority to take, upon the approval of a Class B Majority, any and all actions constituting Acquisition Proposal Matters (the
"Delegation Resolutions”). For so long as the Avenue Parties, SVP Parties or Other Lenders have the right to nominate Class B Directors pursuant to Section 2.1, the Company shall not permit the Delegation
Resolutions to be revoked, rescinded, amended or otherwise modified, in each case, without the prior approval of a Class B Majority.

Section 2.4 Assurances.

(a)      Each of the Avenue Parties and the SVP Parties agrees with one another (and for
avoidance of doubt, not with any of the Other Lenders) that it shall (and shall cause its respective Affiliates (disregarding the Affiliate Exclusion) to) cooperate in facilitating any action or right described in or required by this Agreement.
Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, each of the Avenue Parties and the SVP Parties further agrees with one another (and for avoidance of doubt, not with any of the Other Lenders) that it shall:

(i)      cause to be counted as present for purposes of establishing quorum and to vote (or
cause to be voted) all shares of the Company that it or its Affiliates (disregarding the Affiliate Exclusion) (x) beneficially own and have the power to vote or cause the voting of or (y) over which it holds proxies or powers of attorney,
as the case may be, and take all other actions necessary to: (1) give effect to the provisions of this Agreement (including voting all of their respective shares in favor of each Avenue Parties’ and SVP Parties’ respective
Class B Director nominee (except to the extent the Avenue Parties or SVP Parties, as applicable, may otherwise consent in writing solely with respect to their respective Class B Director nominees) and otherwise give effect to the rights of
the Avenue Parties and the SVP Parties set forth in this Article II) and (2) ensure that the Articles facilitate and do not at any time contravene, conflict with, or result in any violation or breach of, or otherwise frustrate any
provision of this Agreement;

(ii)      cause to be counted as present for purposes of
establishing a quorum and to vote (or cause to be voted) all shares of the Company that it or its Affiliates (disregarding the Affiliate Exclusion) (x) beneficially own and have the power to vote or cause the voting of or (y) over which it
holds proxies or powers of attorney, as the case may be, and take all actions to oppose: (1) any action or proposal that is reasonably likely to impair, delay, frustrate or otherwise serve to interfere with any provision of this Agreement
(including removing or supporting the removal of any Class B Director nominee of the Avenue Parties, in the case of the SVP Parties, or any Class B Director nominee of the SVP Parties, in the case of the Avenue Parties, or otherwise
impairing, delaying, frustrating or otherwise interfering with the rights of the Avenue Parties or the SVP Parties set forth in this Article II), (2) any amendment,

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modification or supplement of article 7.1, 7.2(iii)-(iv), 7.4 or 12.5 of the Articles, in each
case of this clause (2) unless recommended by a Class B Majority, and (3) any other amendment, modification or supplement of the Articles that would otherwise act as an amendment, modification or supplement of article 7.1,
7.2(iii)-(iv), 7.4 or 12.5 of the Articles unless recommended by a Class B Majority; et

(iii)      not (1) solicit proxies or become a participant in a solicitation, (2) assist
any Person in taking or planning any action, or (3) cooperate in any way with, assist or participate in, knowingly encourage or otherwise facilitate or encourage any effort or attempt, in each case, that is reasonably likely to impair, delay,
frustrate or otherwise serve to interfere with any provision of this Agreement (including the rights of the Avenue Parties or the SVP Parties set forth in this Article II).

(b)      The Company agrees that it shall (and shall cause its controlled Affiliates to)
cooperate in facilitating any action or right described in or required by this Agreement. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the Company further agrees that it shall:

(i)      take all actions necessary to: (1) give effect to the provisions of this
Agreement (including (x) nominating each Class B Director nominee of the Avenue Parties, the SVP Parties and the Other Lenders as part of the slate that is included in any proxy statement (or similar document) of the Company in respect of
any General Meeting at which Class B Directors are to be elected, (y) providing the highest level of support for the election of such Class B Director nominees as it provides to any other individual standing for election as a Director
as part of the Company’s slate of directors, if any) and otherwise give effect to the rights of the Avenue Parties, the SVP Parties and the Other Lenders set forth in this Article II) and (2) ensure that the Articles and the
Delegation Resolutions facilitate and do not at any time contravene, conflict with, or result in any violation or breach of, or otherwise frustrate any provision of this Agreement;

(ii)      take all actions to oppose: (1) any action or proposal that is reasonably likely
to impair, delay, frustrate or otherwise serve to interfere with any provision of this Agreement (including (x) removing or supporting the removal of any Class B Director nominee of the Avenue Parties (except at the direction of the Avenue
Parties), in the case of the Avenue Parties, removing or supporting the removal of any Class B Director nominee of the SVP Parties (except at the direction of the SVP Parties), in the case of the SVP Parties, or removing or supporting the
removal of any Class B Director nominee of the Other Lenders (except at the direction of the Other Lenders), in the case of the Other Lenders or (y) nominating a number of Class B Director nominees for any election of Class B
Directors that exceeds the number of Class B Directors to be elected at any General Meeting) or otherwise impairing, delaying, frustrating or otherwise interfering with the rights of the Avenue Parties, the SVP Parties or the Other Lenders set
forth in this Article II), and (2) any amendment, modification or supplement of the Articles or the Delegation Resolutions that would contravene, conflict with, result in any violation or breach of any provision or otherwise frustrate
any provision of this Agreement; et

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(iii)      not (1) solicit proxies or
participate in a solicitation, (2) assist any Person in taking or planning any action, or (3) cooperate in any way with, assist or participate in, knowingly encourage or otherwise facilitate or encourage any effort or attempt, in each
case, that is reasonably likely to impair, delay, frustrate or otherwise serve to interfere with any provision of this Agreement (including the rights of the Avenue Parties, the SVP Parties or the Other Lenders set forth in this Article II).

ARTICLE III

ADDITIONAL GOVERNANCE AGREEMENTS

Section 3.1 Effect of Nomination Termination Time.

(a)      Notwithstanding anything in this Agreement to the contrary, upon the first such time
(the “Nomination Termination Time”) that it becomes known to the Company that any of (i) the Avenue Parties (collectively and in the aggregate with each other), (ii) the SVP Parties (collectively and in the aggregate with each
other) or (iii) the Other Lenders (collectively and in the aggregate with each other) hold, beneficially or of record, and have the power to vote or direct the voting of, 10% or less (the “Ownership Threshold”) of the then
issued and outstanding shares of the Company, the provisions of Article II (other than any terms defined therein) shall automatically terminate and none of the Avenue Parties, the SVP Parties, the Other Lenders or the Company shall have or
owe any of the rights or obligations set forth therein. Whichever of the Avenue Parties, SVP Parties or Other Lenders, as applicable, whose collective holdings of shares of the Company first becomes known to the Company to cease to exceed the
Ownership Threshold is referred to herein as the “Triggering Party. "

(b)      During the period beginning at the Nomination Termination Time and ending at the
convening of the first General Meeting after the Nomination Termination Time, if the Board requests in writing the resignation of the former Class B Director who was nominated pursuant to Section 2.1 by the Triggering Party, then
each of the Avenue Parties, SVP Parties and Other Lenders hereby agrees that it shall take all necessary actions (including in the case of the Avenue Parties and the SVP Parties (but not in the case of the Other Lenders) causing to be voted all
shares of the Company that it or its Affiliates (disregarding the Affiliate Exclusion) beneficially own and have the power to vote or cause the voting of or over which it holds proxies or powers of attorney, as the case may be) to cause such
Director to resign or otherwise be removed from office as a Director; provided, that any such resignation or removal shall be without prejudice to, and shall not constitute any waiver of, any right to limitation of liability, indemnification
or advancement of expenses under the Articles or any insurance policy of or other agreement with the Company that such Director may have as a result of his or her service as a Director prior to the effective time of such resignation or removal. For
avoidance of doubt, no provision in this Agreement shall in any way limit or restrict the right of any Director to resign voluntarily at any time and for any reason.

Section 3.2 Board Observer Rights. From the date hereof until the first such time that it
becomes known to the Company that an Observer Shareholder together with its Permitted Transferees collectively cease to hold, beneficially or of record, and have the power to vote or direct the voting of, at least such Observer Shareholder’s
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Company agrees that such Observer Shareholder shall have the right to designate one
(1) Board observer (an “Observer”). Whenever an Observer Shareholder shall have the right to designate an Observer pursuant to the preceding sentence, the Company shall (a) provide such Observer, as, if and when
distributed to the non-management Directors, (i) copies of all documents distributed to the Board, including notice of all meetings of the Board, all written consents executed by the Board and all
materials prepared for consideration at any meeting of the Board and (ii) copies of the minutes related to each meeting of the Board; and (b) invite such Observer to attend and reasonably participate, but not vote, at all meetings of the
Board (whether such meetings are held in person, telephonically or otherwise); provided, however, that the Company reserves the right to exclude any Observer from any meeting or portion thereof, and to withhold any such materials, if
such exclusion or withholding is necessary or advisable to preserve attorney-client, work product or similar privilege or to comply with the terms and conditions of confidentiality agreements with third parties or applicable Law; provided,
further, that, as a condition to the Company’s obligations under this sentence, such Observer shall agree to hold in confidence and trust and to act in a fiduciary manner with respect to all Company Confidential Information. Subject to
the following sentence, the Company agrees and acknowledges that any Observer may share Company Confidential Information with the Observer Shareholder that designated such Observer, but only upon such Observer Shareholder’s request.
Notwithstanding the preceding sentence, prior to receiving any Company Confidential Information, an Observer Shareholder shall enter into a customary non-disclosure agreement with the Company, pursuant to
which such Observer Shareholder agrees not to disclose or use for any purpose (other than in relation to its or one or more of its Affiliates’ investment in the Company) any such Company Confidential Information without the prior written
consent of the Board, except that Company Confidential Information may be disclosed (i) if required by applicable law, regulation, legal process or pursuant to any request by any legal, regulatory, self-regulatory or government body
(provided, that, other than in connection with a routine examination, audit or inspection by any regulatory, supervisory or similar body or authority having or claiming jurisdiction over the Observer Shareholder or one or more of its
Affiliates, prior to making such disclosure or, if not practicable in advance, as promptly as practicable thereafter, and to the extent legally permissible, such Observer Shareholder shall notify the Company in writing so that the Company may seek a
protective order or other appropriate remedy) and (ii) to such Observer Shareholder’s Advisors on a “need to know basis” (provided, that such Advisors agree to keep such Company Confidential Information confidential and to
limit their use thereof to such Observer Shareholder’s or one or more of its Affiliates’ investment in the Company).

Section 3.3 Additional Share Capital Authorization. If the Articles in effect as of
the date of this Agreement do not authorize the Board to increase the then current share capital once or more up to one million United States dollars (USD $1,000,000) (such amount including the current share capital of the Company of eighty hundred
twenty-five thousand United States dollars (USD $825,000)) by the issue of new shares having the same rights as the existing shares, or without any such issue (the “Additional Share Capital Authorization”), then each of the Company,
the Avenue Parties and the SVP Parties hereby agrees with one another (and for avoidance of doubt, not with any of the Other Lenders) that it shall take all necessary actions (including, other than in the case of the Company, causing to be voted all
shares of the Company that it or its Affiliates (disregarding the Affiliate Exclusion) beneficially own and have the power to vote or cause the voting of or over which it holds proxies or powers of attorney, as the case may be) to cause the Articles
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therefor by any of the Company, the Avenue Parties or the SVP Parties to provide for such
Additional Share Capital Authorization.

Section 3.4 Corporate Opportunity. Dans
recognition and anticipation that (i) certain Representatives of the Avenue Parties or of their respective Affiliates may serve as directors, officers or agents of the Company and/or its Subsidiaries, (ii) certain Representatives of the
SVP Parties or of their respective Affiliates may serve as directors, officers or agents of the Company and/or its Subsidiaries, (iii) certain Representatives of the Other Lenders or of their respective Affiliates may serve as directors,
officers or agents of the Company and/or its Subsidiaries, and (iv) each of the Avenue Parties, SVP Parties, Other Lenders and their respective Affiliates (collectively, the “Identified Persons”) may now engage and may continue
to engage (a) in the same or similar activities or related lines of business as those in which the Company and its Subsidiaries may engage and/or (b) in other business activities that overlap with or compete with those in which the Company
and/or its Subsidiaries may engage, the provisions of this Section 3.4 are set forth to regulate and define the conduct of certain affairs of the Company and its Subsidiaries, and the Company (on its behalf and on behalf of each of its
Subsidiaries) hereby agrees to each such provision, with respect to certain classes or categories of business opportunities, as such opportunities may involve any Identified Person, on the one hand, and the powers, rights, duties and liabilities of
the Company and its Subsidiaries and its and their respective shareholders, directors, officers, and agents in connection therewith, on the other hand.

To the fullest extent permitted by applicable Law, each Identified Person (i) shall have the right to, and shall have no
duty not to, directly or indirectly engage in and possess interests in other business ventures of every type and description, including business ventures engaged in the same or similar business activities or lines of business as the Company or any
of its Subsidiaries or that are deemed to be competing with the Company or any of its Subsidiaries, on its own account, or in partnership with, or as a direct or indirect equity holder, controlling person, shareholder, director, officer, employee,
agent, affiliate, member, financing source, investor, direct or indirect manager, general or limited partner or assignee of any other Person, with no obligation to offer to the Company or its Subsidiaries the right to participate therein, and
(ii) shall have the right to invest in, or provide services to, any Person that is engaged in the same or similar business activities as the Company or its Subsidiaries or that directly or indirectly competes with the Company or any of its
Subsidiaries.

In the event that any Identified Person (i) acquires knowledge of a potential transaction or matter
which may be an investment, corporate or business opportunity or prospective economic or competitive advantage in which the Company or its Subsidiaries, or their respective direct or indirect equity holders, could have an interest or expectancy (a
"Competitive Opportunity”) or (ii) otherwise is then exploiting any Competitive Opportunity, then to the fullest extent permitted under applicable Law, the Company or its Subsidiaries, and their respective direct and indirect
equity holders, will have no interest in such Competitive Opportunity and no expectation that such Competitive Opportunity will be offered to them, and, to the fullest extent permitted by applicable Law, the Company (on behalf of itself and such
Subsidiaries and equity holders) hereby disclaims, renounces and waives any such interest or expectation. Any Identified Person shall (i) have no duty to communicate or present such Competitive Opportunity to the Company or its Subsidiaries or
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holders, (ii) have the right to either hold any such Competitive Opportunity for such
Identified Person’s own account and benefit or the account of the former, current or future direct or indirect equity holders, controlling persons, shareholders, directors, officers, employees, agents, affiliates, members, financing sources,
investors, direct or indirect managers, general or limited partners or assignees of any Identified Person or to direct, recommend, assign or otherwise transfer such Competitive Opportunity to persons or entities other than the Company or its
Subsidiaries or direct or indirect equity holders and (iii) notwithstanding any provision in this Agreement to the contrary, not be obligated or liable to the Company, any shareholder, director or officer of the Company or any other Person by
reason of the fact that such Identified Person, directly or indirectly, took any of the actions noted in the immediately preceding clause (ii), pursued or acquired such Competitive Opportunity for itself or any other Person or failed to communicate
or present such Competitive Opportunity to the Company or its Subsidiaries or direct or indirect equity holders.

Section 3.5 Designated Representatives; Information Regarding Holdings.

(a)      All rights under this Agreement held by (i) the Avenue Parties shall be exercised
solely by (x) in the case of rights held by the Avenue Europe Funds, Avenue Europe International Management, L.P. (or another entity designated by Avenue Europe International Management, L.P.) on behalf of such Avenue Parties and (y) in
the case of rights held by the Avenue US Funds, Avenue Capital Management II, L.P. (or another entity designated by Avenue Capital Management II, L.P.) on behalf of such Avenue Parties (provided, however, that, for purposes of Sections
2.1(a), (d) and (e), the identification of the Avenue Parties’ Class B Director nominee shall require the joint action of Avenue Capital Management II, L.P. and Avenue Europe International Management, L.P. (or such other entities
designated in accordance with the foregoing clauses (x) or (y), as applicable)), (ii) the SVP Parties shall be exercised solely by Yellow Sapphire S.a.r.l. (or another entity designated by Yellow Sapphire S.a.r.l.) on behalf of each of the SVP
Parties, (iii) the Abrams Parties shall be exercised solely by Abrams Capital Management, L.P. (or another entity designated by Abrams Capital Management, L.P.) on behalf of each of the Abrams Parties, (iv) the Fidelity Parties shall be
exercised solely by Fidelity Management & Research Company (or another entity designated by Fidelity Management & Research Company) on behalf of each of the Fidelity Parties, (v) the Highbridge Parties shall be exercised
solely by Highbridge Capital Management, LLC (or another entity designated by Highbridge Capital Management, LLC) on behalf of each of the Highbridge Parties, and (vi) the Whitebox Parties shall be exercised solely by Whitebox Advisors LLC (or
another entity designated by Whitebox Advisors LLC) on behalf of each of the Whitebox Parties. Each Person that holds the rights referred to in the foregoing clauses (i)-(vi) is referred to in this Agreement as a “Designating Party"
and the Person designated by each Designating Party to exercise such rights is referred to in this Agreement as the “Designee. "

(b)      The Company may from time to time (but no more frequently than once per calendar
quarter) request from any Designee a written representation of the number of shares of the Company then collectively held, beneficially or of record, by such Designee’s Designating Parties. Whenever the Company makes such a request, each
Designating Party shall use commercially reasonable efforts to cause its Designee to give such written representation within fifteen (15) Business Days after the date such request is deemed given pursuant to Section 4.3.

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(c)      In connection with the taking of a vote
of the Class B Directors to approve the execution of an Acquisition Contract (as defined in the Articles) prior to the Nomination Termination Time, the Company may request that each Class B Director confirm in writing (based solely on
information provided to such Class B Director by the relevant Designating Parties or their respective Designees) that the Avenue Parties, SVP Parties or Other Lenders, as applicable, that nominated such Director has not become a Triggering
Party. Whenever the Company makes such a request, each of the Avenue Parties, SVP Parties and Other Lenders shall use commercially reasonable efforts to cause its Class B Director nominee to give such written confirmation within five
(5) Business Days after the date such request is deemed given pursuant to Section 4.3.

(d)      In the event that the Company is unable to confirm (other than de minimis
inaccuracies) the aggregate holdings of shares of the Company set forth in any Designee’s written representation or Class B Director’s written confirmation given pursuant to Section 3.5(b) ou (c) by reference
to the share register of the Company, Exchange Act filings and NOBO lists, then the Company may make a supplemental request that the relevant Designee of any Designating Parties whose holdings the Company has been unable to confirm provide evidence
of such holdings in such form as would satisfy Rule 14a-8(b) under the Exchange Act.

(e)      For purposes of determining whether the respective holdings of shares of the Company
of the Avenue Parties, SVP Parties and Other Lenders exceeds the Ownership Threshold, or of any Observer Shareholder (together with its Permitted Transferees) exceeds such Observer Shareholder’s Original Percentage Threshold, the Company shall
be entitled to rely conclusively on (w) a written representation from such Person or its Designee or a written confirmation from a Class B Director, (x) the existence (and content of) and absence of filings of Schedules 13D or 13G
under the Exchange Act (or any similar schedule) as of any date, (y) its actual knowledge of the ownership of the outstanding shares of the Company and (z) with respect to beneficial ownership of shares of the Company, any reports or
determinations by third parties reasonably believed to be within such third parties’ professional competence, including any NOBO lists or reports of professional beneficial owner verification and identification service providers.

ARTICLE IV

MISCELLANEOUS

Section 4.1 Termination. Subject to Section 3.1, unless earlier
terminated by the mutual agreement of the Company, the Avenue Parties, the SVP Parties and the Other Lenders, this Agreement shall terminate with respect to any Holder upon the date on which such Holder ceases to hold, beneficially or of record, any
shares of the Company. No termination under this Agreement shall relieve any Person of liability for breach prior to termination.

Section 4.2 Injunctive Relief. It is hereby agreed and acknowledged that it will be
impossible to measure in money the damage that would be suffered if the parties fail to comply with any of the obligations herein imposed on them and that in the event of any such failure, an aggrieved Person will be irreparably damaged and will not
have an adequate remedy at law. Any such Person shall, therefore, be entitled (in addition to any other remedy to which it may be

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entitled in law or in equity) to injunctive relief, including specific performance, to enforce
such obligations, and if any action should be brought in equity to enforce any of the provisions of this Agreement, none of the parties hereto shall raise the defense that there is an adequate remedy at law.

Section 4.3 Notices. Unless otherwise specified herein, all notices, consents, approvals,
reports, designations, requests, waivers, elections and other communications authorized or required to be given pursuant to this Agreement shall be in writing and shall be deemed to have been given (a) when personally delivered, (b) when
transmitted via facsimile, with confirmation of transmission, to the number set out below or on Schedule I, as applicable, (c) the day following the day (except if not a Business Day then the next Business Day) on which the same has been
delivered prepaid to a reputable national overnight air courier service, (d) when transmitted via email (including via attached pdf document), with confirmation of receipt, to the email address set out below or on Schedule I, as
applicable or (e) the third Business Day following the day on which the same is sent by certified or registered mail, postage prepaid, in each case to the respective parties as applicable, at the address set out below or on Schedule I
(or such other address as such Holder may specify by notice to the Company in accordance with this Section 4.3) and the Company at the following addresses:

To the Company:

Pacific Drilling S.A.

11700 Katy Freeway, Suite 175

Houston, Texas 77079

Attention: Lisa Buchanan, General Counsel

Facsimile: (832) 201-9883

Email: l.buchanan@pacificdrilling.com

with a copy (which shall not constitute notice) to:

Jones Walker LLP

8555 United Plaza Blvd.

Baton Rouge, LA 70809

Attention: Dionne Rousseau

Facsimile: (225) 248-3026

Email: drousseau@joneswalker.com

Section 4.4 Recapitalization. The provisions of this Agreement shall apply to the
full extent set forth herein with respect to any and all equity securities of the Company or any successor or assign of the Company (whether by merger, consolidation, sale of assets or otherwise) which may be issued in respect of, in conversion of,
in exchange for or in substitution of, the shares of the Company and shall be appropriately adjusted for any stock dividends, splits, reverse splits, combinations, recapitalizations and the like occurring after the date hereof. The Company shall
cause any successor or assign (whether by merger, consolidation, sale of assets or

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otherwise) to assume this Agreement or enter into a new governance agreement with the Holders on
terms substantially the same as this Agreement as a condition of any such transaction.

Section 4.5 Amendment. The terms and provisions of this Agreement may only be
amended, modified or waived at any time and from time to time by a writing executed by the Company, the Avenue Parties, the SVP Parties and the Other Lenders; provided, that if any such amendment, modification or waiver shall adversely affect
the rights of any Holder, the consent of all such affected Holders shall be required.

Section 4.6 Successors and Assigns. The rights and obligations of each party hereto
may not be assigned, in whole or in part, without the written consent of the Company; provided, however, that notwithstanding the foregoing, the rights and obligations set forth herein may be assigned, in whole or in part, by any
Holder to any of its Affiliates and such assignee shall, with the consent of the assigning Holder, be treated as a “Holder” for all purposes of this Agreement (each Person to whom the rights and obligations are assigned in compliance with
Αυτό Section 4.6 is a “Permitted Assignee” and all such Persons, collectively, are “Permitted Assignees”); provided, further, that such assignee shall only be admitted as a party hereunder
upon its, his or her execution and delivery of a joinder agreement agreeing to be bound by the terms and conditions of this Agreement as if such Person were a party hereto (together with any other documents the Holders determine are necessary to
make such Person a party hereto), whereupon such Person will be treated as a Holder for all purposes of this Agreement, with the same rights, benefits and obligations hereunder as the assigning Holder.

Section 4.7 Binding Effect. Except as otherwise provided in this Agreement, the
terms and provisions of this Agreement shall be binding on and inure to the benefit of each of the parties hereto and their respective successors and permitted assigns.

Section 4.8 No Third-Party Beneficiaries. Nothing in this Agreement, express or
implied, is intended or shall be construed to confer upon any Person not a party hereto any right, remedy or claim under or by virtue of this Agreement.

Section 4.9 Governing Law; Jurisdiction; Agent For Service. THIS AGREEMENT SHALL BE
GOVERNED AND CONSTRUED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, WITHOUT REGARD TO THE CONFLICTS OF LAW PRINCIPLES THEREOF. EACH OF THE PARTIES HERETO IRREVOCABLY AND UNCONDITIONALLY (I) AGREES THAT ANY LEGAL SUIT, ACTION OR
PROCEEDING AGAINST THE COMPANY ARISING OUT OF OR BASED UPON THIS AGREEMENT OR THE TRANSACTIONS CONTEMPLATED HEREBY MAY BE INSTITUTED IN THE FEDERAL COURTS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA LOCATED IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK OR THE COURTS OF
THE STATE OF NEW YORK LOCATED IN THE CITY AND COUNTY OF NEW YORK (COLLECTIVELY, THE “SPECIFIED COURTS”), (II) WAIVES, TO THE FULLEST EXTENT IT MAY EFFECTIVELY DO SO, ANY OBJECTION WHICH IT MAY NOW OR HEREAFTER HAVE TO THE LAYING OF
VENUE OF ANY SUIT, ACTION OR OTHER PROCEEDING IN THE SPECIFIED COURTS AND IRREVOCABLY AND UNCONDITIONALLY WAIVE AND AGREE NOT TO PLEAD OR CLAIM IN ANY SUCH COURT THAT ANY SUCH SUIT, ACTION OR OTHER PROCEEDING BROUGHT IN ANY SUCH COURT HAS BEEN

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BROUGHT IN AN INCONVENIENT FORUM AND (III) SUBMITS TO THE EXCLUSIVE JURISDICTION (EXCEPT FOR
PROCEEDINGS INSTITUTED IN REGARD TO THE ENFORCEMENT OF A JUDGMENT OF ANY SUCH COURT, AS TO WHICH SUCH JURISDICTION IS NON-EXCLUSIVE) OF SUCH COURTS IN ANY SUCH SUIT, ACTION OR PROCEEDING. THE COMPANY HEREBY
IRREVOCABLY CONSENTS TO SERVICE OF PROCESS AT THE ADDRESS SPECIFIED IN SECTION 4.3 OR SCHEDULE I, AS APPLICABLE, HEREOF, IN ANY MANNER PERMITTED BY THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, IN ANY SUCH ACTION ARISING OUT OF OR BASED ON THIS
AGREEMENT OR THE TRANSACTIONS CONTEMPLATED HEREBY WHICH MAY BE INSTITUTED IN ANY SPECIFIED COURT AND HEREBY WAIVES ANY REQUIREMENTS OF OR OBJECTIONS TO PERSONAL JURISDICTION WITH RESPECT THERETO. SERVICE OF PROCESS UPON THE COMPANY AT THE ADDRESS
SPECIFIED IN SECTION 4.3 HEREOF SHALL BE DEEMED, IN EVERY RESPECT, EFFECTIVE SERVICE OF PROCESS UPON THE COMPANY.

Section 4.10 Waiver of Jury Trial. EACH OF THE PARTIES HERETO HEREBY WAIVES TO THE
FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW ANY RIGHT IT MAY HAVE TO A TRIAL BY JURY WITH RESPECT TO ANY LITIGATION DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY ARISING OUT OF, UNDER OR IN CONNECTION WITH THIS AGREEMENT OR ANY OF THE TRANSACTIONS CONTEMPLATED HEREBY. EACH
OF THE PARTIES HEREBY (A) CERTIFIES THAT NO REPRESENTATIVE, AGENT OR ATTORNEY OF THE OTHER PARTY HAS REPRESENTED, EXPRESSLY OR OTHERWISE, THAT SUCH OTHER PARTY WOULD NOT, IN THE EVENT OF LITIGATION, SEEK TO ENFORCE THE FOREGOING WAIVER AND
(B) ACKNOWLEDGES THAT IT HAS BEEN INDUCED TO ENTER INTO THIS AGREEMENT AND THE TRANSACTIONS CONTEMPLATED BY THIS AGREEMENT, AS APPLICABLE, BY, AMONG OTHER THINGS, THE MUTUAL WAIVERS AND CERTIFICATIONS IN THIS Section 4.10.

Section 4.11 Immunity Waiver. The Company hereby irrevocably waives, to the fullest extent
permitted by law, any immunity to jurisdiction to which it may otherwise be entitled (including immunity to pre-judgment attachment, post-judgment attachment and execution) in any legal suit, action or
proceeding against it arising out of or based on this Agreement.

Section 4.12 Entire
Agreement
. This Agreement sets forth the entire agreement among the parties hereto with respect to the subject matter hereof. Any prior agreements or understandings among the parties hereto regarding the subject matter hereof, whether written or
oral, are superseded by this Agreement.

Section 4.13 Severability. If any provision of
this Agreement shall be held to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable, the validity, legality and enforceability of the remaining provisions shall not in any way be affected or impaired thereby.

Section 4.14 Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed in one or more counterparts, each
of which shall be deemed an original, and all of which shall constitute one and the same agreement. A signed copy of this Agreement delivered by facsimile, email or other

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means of electronic transmission shall be deemed to have the same legal effect as delivery of an
original signed copy of this Agreement.

(Signature Page Follows)

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this Agreement as of the
day and year first above written.

PACIFIC DRILLING S.A.

By:

/s/ Paul T. Reese

Name:    Paul T. Reese

Title:      Chief Executive Officer

(Signature Page to
Governance Agreement
)


ABRAMS CAPITAL PARTNERS I, L.P.
By:  Abrams Capital Management, L.P., its investment manager
By: Abrams Capital Management, LLC, its general partner
By: /s/ David Abrams
Name:     David Abrams
Title:       Managing Member
ABRAMS CAPITAL PARTNERS II, L.P.
By:  Abrams Capital Management, L.P., its investment manager
By:  Abrams Capital Management, LLC, its general partner
By: /s/ David Abrams
Name:     David Abrams
Title:       Managing Member
WHITECREST PARTNERS, LP
By:  Abrams Capital Management, L.P., its investment manager
By:  Abrams Capital Management, LLC, its general partner
By: /s/ David Abrams
Name:     David Abrams
Title:       Managing Member
GREAT HOLLOW INTERNATIONAL, L.P.
By:  Abrams Capital Management, L.P., its investment manager
By:  Abrams Capital Management, LLC, its general partner
By: /s/ David Abrams
Name:     David Abrams
Title:       Managing Member

(Signature Page to
Governance Agreement
)


AVENUE ENERGY OPPORTUNITIES FUND II, L.P.
By:  Avenue Energy Opportunities Partners II, LLC, its General Partner
By:  GL Energy Opportunities Partners II, LLC, its Managing Member
By: /s/ Sonia Gardner
Name:    Sonia Gardner
Title:
AVENUE PPF OPPORTUNITIES FUND, L.P.
By:  Avenue PPF Opportunities Fund GenPar, LLC, its General Partner
By: /s/ Sonia Gardner
Name:    Sonia Gardner
Title:
AVENUE ENERGY OPPORTUNITIES FUND, L.P.
By:  Avenue Energy Opportunities Partners, LLC, its General Partner
By:  GL Energy Opportunities Partners, LLC, its Managing Member
By: /s/ Sonia Gardner
Name:    Sonia Gardner
Title:
AVENUE SPECIAL OPPORTUNITIES FUND II, L.P.
By:  Avenue SO Capital Partners II, LLC, its General Partner
By:  GL SO Partners II, LLC, its Managing Member
By: /s/ Sonia Gardner
Name:    Sonia Gardner
Title:

(Signature Page to
Governance Agreement
)


AVENUE STRATEGIC OPPORTUNITIES FUND, L.P.
By:  Avenue Strategic Opportunities Fund GenPar, LLC, its General Partner
By:  GL Strategic Opportunities Partners, LLC, its sole member
By: /s/ Sonia
Gardner
Name:    Sonia Gardner
Title:
AVENUE-ASRS EUROPE OPPORTUNITIES FUND, L.P.
By:  Avenue ASRS Europe Opportunities Fund GenPar, LLC, its General Partner
By:  GL ASRS Europe Partners, LLC, its Managing Member
By: /s/ Sonia
Gardner
Name:    Sonia Gardner
Title:
AVENUE EUROPE SPECIAL SITUATIONS FUND III (U.S.), L.P.
By:  Avenue Europe Capital Partners III, LLC, its General Partner
By:  GL Europe Partners III, LLC, its Managing Member
By: /s/ Sonia Gardner
Name:    Sonia Gardner
Title:
AVENUE EUROPE SPECIAL SITUATIONS FUND III (EURO), L.P.
By:  Avenue Europe Capital Partners III, LLC, its General Partner
By:  GL Europe Partners III, LLC, its Managing Member
By: /s/ Sonia Gardner
Name:    Sonia Gardner
Title:

(Signature Page to
Governance Agreement
)


AVENUE EUROPE OPPORTUNITIES MASTER FUND, L.P.
By:  Avenue Europe Opportunities Fund GenPar, LLC, its General Partner
By: /s/ Sonia Gardner
Name:    Sonia Gardner
Title:

(Signature Page to
Governance Agreement
)


MASTER TRUST BANK OF JAPAN LTD. RE: FIDELITY US HIGH YIELD
By:  Fidelity Management & Research Company, as Investment Manager
By: /s/ Stacie M. Smith
Name:     Stacie M. Smith
Title:       Authorized Signatory
FIDELITY FUNDS SICAV / FIDELITY FUNDS – US HIGH YIELD
By:  Fidelity Management & Research Company, as Sub-Advisor
By: /s/ Stacie M. Smith
Name:     Stacie M. Smith
Title:       Authorized Signatory
FIDELITY ADVISOR SERIES I: FIDELITY ADVISOR HIGH INCOME ADVANTAGE FUND
By: /s/ Stacie M. Smith
Name:     Stacie M. Smith
Title:       Authorized Signatory
FIDELITY MT. VERNON STREET TRUST: FIDELITY NEW MILLENNIUM FUND
By: /s/ Stacie M. Smith
Name:     Stacie M. Smith
Title:       Authorized Signatory

(Signature Page to
Governance Agreement
)


FIDELITY PURITAN TRUST: FIDELITY PURITAN FUND
By: /s/ Colm Hogan
Name:     Colm Hogan
Title:       Authorized Signatory
FIDELITY AMERICAN HIGH YIELD FUND
By:  Fidelity Investment Canada ULC, as Trustee
By: /s/ Colm Hogan
Name:     Colm Hogan
Title:       Authorized Signatory
FIDELITY U.S. ALL CAP FUND
By: /s/ Colm Hogan
Name:     Colm Hogan
Title:       Authorized Signatory
FIDELITY CANADIAN BALANCED FUND
By:  Fidelity Investment Canada ULC, as Trustee
By: /s/ Colm Hogan
Name:     Colm Hogan
Title:       Authorized Signatory

(Signature Page to
Governance Agreement
)


JAPAN TRUSTEE SERVICES BANK, LTD. RE: FIDELITY STRATEGIC INCOME FUND (MOTHER)
By:  Fidelity Management & Research Company, as Investment Manager
By: /s/ Stacie M. Smith
Name:     Stacie M. Smith
Title:       Authorized Signatory
FIDELITY U.S. MULTI-CAP INVESTMENT TRUST
By: /s/ Colm Hogan
Name:     Colm Hogan
Title:       Authorized Signatory
FIDELITY SUMMER STREET TRUST: FIDELITY GLOBAL HIGHINCOME FUND
By: /s/ Colm
Hogan
Name:     Colm Hogan
Title:       Authorized Signatory
FIDELITY CONTRAFUND: FIDELITY ADVISORS NEW INSIGHTS FUND
By: /s/ Colm
Hogan
Name:     Colm Hogan
Title:       Authorized Signatory

(Signature Page to
Governance Agreement
)


FIDELITY CONCORD STREET TRUST: FIDELITY MID-CAP STOCK FUND
By: /s/ Colm Hogan
Name:     Colm Hogan
Title:       Authorized Signatory
FIDELITY MID-CAP STOCK COMMINGLED POOL
By: /s/ Colm Hogan
Name:     Colm Hogan
Title:       Authorized Signatory

(Signature Page to
Governance Agreement
)


1992 MSF INTERNATIONAL LTD
By:  Highbridge Capital Management, LLC, as Trading Manager
By: /s/ Jonathan Segal
Name:     Jonathan Segal
Title:       Managing Director
1992 TACTICAL CREDIT MASTER FUND, L.P.
By:  Highbridge Capital Management, LLC, as Trading Member
By: /s/ Jonathan Segal
Name:     Jonathan Segal
Title:       Managing Director

(Signature Page to
Governance Agreement
)


KINGS FOREST S.A.R.L.
By: /s/ James Dougherty
Name:     James Dougherty
Title:       Authorized Signatory
By: /s/ Julien Goffin
Name:     Julien Goffin
Title:       Authorized Signatory
YELLOW SAPPHIRE S.A.R.L.
By: /s/ James Dougherty
Name:     James Dougherty
Title:       Authorized Signatory
By: /s/ Julien Goffin
Name:     Julien Goffin
Title:       Authorized Signatory
QUEENS GATE S.A.R.L.
By: /s/ James Dougherty
Name:     James Dougherty
Title:       Authorized Signatory
By: /s/ Julien Goffin
Name:     Julien Goffin
Title:       Authorized Signatory

(Signature Page to
Governance Agreement
)


RATHGAR S.A.R.L.
By: /s/ James Dougherty
Name:     James Dougherty
Title:       Authorized Signatory
By: /s/ Julien Goffin
Name:     Julien Goffin
Title:       Authorized Signatory

(Signature Page to
Governance Agreement
)


WHITEBOX ASYMMETRIC PARTNERS, L.P.
By:  Whitebox Advisors LLC, its Investment Manager
By: /s/ Mark Strefling
Name:     Mark Strefling
Title:       Chief Executive Officer and General Counsel
WHITEBOX CAJA BLANCA FUND, LP
By:  Whitebox Caja Blanca GP LLC, its General Partner
By:  Whitebox Advisors LLC, its Investment Manager
By: /s/ Mark Strefling
Name:     Mark Strefling
Title:       Chief Executive Officer and General Counsel
WHITEBOX RELATIVE VALUE PARTNERS, L.P.
By:  Whitebox Advisors, its Investment Manager
By: /s/ Mark Strefling
Name:     Mark Strefling
Title:       Chief Executive Officer and General Counsel
WHITEBOX CREDIT PARTNERS, L.P.
By:  Whitebox Advisors LLC, its Investment Manager
By: /s/ Mark Strefling
Name:     Mark Strefling
Title:       Chief Executive Officer and General Counsel

(Signature Page to
Governance Agreement
)


WHITEBOX GT FUND, LP
By:  Whitebox Advisors LLC, its Investment Manager
By: /s/ Mark
Strefling
Name:     Mark Strefling
Title:       Chief Executive Officer and General Counsel
WHITEBOX MULTI-STRATEGY PARTNERS, L.P.
By:  Whitebox Advisors LLC, its Investment Manager
By: /s/ Mark
Strefling
Name:     Mark Strefling
Title:       Chief Executive Officer and General Counsel
PANDORA SELECT PARTNERS, L.P.
By:  Whitebox Advisors LLC, its Investment Manager
By: /s/ Mark
Strefling
Name:     Mark Strefling
Title:       Chief Executive Officer and General Counsel

(Signature Page to
Governance Agreement
)


Schedule I

Holders

Abrams Capital Partners I, L.P.

Abrams Capital Partners II, L.P.

Whitecrest
Partners, LP

Great Hollow International, L.P.

Contact Information:

(omitted)

With a copy to:

Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, LLP

1285 Avenue of the Americas

New York, New York, 10019

Attn: Andrew Rosenberg

Email: arosenberg@paulweiss.com

Avenue Energy Opportunities Fund II, L.P.

Avenue PPF Opportunities Fund, L.P.

Avenue Energy Opportunities Fund, L.P.

Avenue Special Opportunities Fund II, L.P.

Avenue Strategic Opportunities Fund, L.P.

Avenue-ASRS Europe Opportunities Fund, L.P.

Avenue Europe Special Situations Fund III (U.S.), L.P.

Avenue Europe Special Situations Fund III (Euro), L.P.

Avenue Europe Opportunities Master Fund, L.P.

Contact Information:

(omitted)

With a copy to:

Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, LLP

1285 Avenue of the Americas

New York, New York, 10019

Attn: Andrew Rosenberg

Email: arosenberg@paulweiss.com

Schedule I-1


Master Trust Bank of Japan Ltd. Re: Fidelity US High Yield

Fidelity Funds SICAV / Fidelity Funds – US High Yield

Fidelity Advisor Series I: Fidelity Advisor High Income Advantage Fund

Fidelity Mt. Vernon Street Trust: Fidelity New Millennium Fund

Fidelity Puritan Trust: Fidelity Puritan Fund

Fidelity American
High Yield Fund

Fidelity U.S. All Cap Fund

Fidelity
Canadian Balanced Fund

Japan Trustee Services Bank, Ltd. Re: Fidelity Strategic Income Fund (Mother)

Fidelity US Multi-Cap Investment Trust

Fidelity Summer Street Trust: Fidelity Global High Income Fund

Fidelity Contrafund: Fidelity Advisors New Insights Fund

Fidelity Concord Street Trust: Fidelity Mid-Cap Stock Fund

Fidelity Mid-Cap Stock Commingled Pool

Contact Information:

(omitted)

With a copy to:

Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, LLP

1285 Avenue of the Americas

New York, New York, 10019

Attn: Andrew Rosenberg

Email: arosenberg@paulweiss.com

1992 MSF International Ltd.

1992 Tactical Credit Master Fund, L.P.

Contact Information:

(omitted)

Schedule I-2


With a copy to:

Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, LLP

1285 Avenue of the Americas

New York, New York, 10019

Attn: Andrew Rosenberg

Email: arosenberg@paulweiss.com

Kings Forest S.a.r.l.

Yellow
Sapphire S.a.r.l.

Queens Gate S.a.r.l.

Rathgar S.a.r.l.

Contact
Information:

(omitted)

With a copy to:

Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, LLP

1285 Avenue of the Americas

New York, New York, 10019

Attn: Andrew Rosenberg

Email: arosenberg@paulweiss.com

Whitebox Asymmetric Partners, L.P.

Whitebox
Caja Blanca Fund, LP

Whitebox Relative Value Partners, L.P.

Whitebox Credit Partners, L.P.

Whitebox GT Fund,
LP

Whitebox Multi-Strategy Partners, L.P.

Pandora Select Partners, L.P.

Contact Information:

(omitted)

With a copy to:

Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, LLP

1285 Avenue of the Americas

Schedule I-3


New York, New York, 10019

Attn: Andrew Rosenberg

Email: arosenberg@paulweiss.com

Schedule I-4

Exhibit 2.2

EXECUTION VERSION

REGISTRATION RIGHTS AGREEMENT

BY AND AMONG

PACIFIC DRILLING
S.A.

AND

THE OTHER PARTIES
LISTED

ON SCHEDULE I HERETO

Dated as of November 19, 2018


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Page
ARTICLE I

SECTION 1.01.

Defined Terms 2

SECTION 1.02.

Other Interpretive Provisions 5
ARTICLE II

SECTION 2.01.

Demand Registration 6

SECTION 2.02.

Shelf Registration 8

SECTION 2.03.

Piggyback Registration 12

SECTION 2.04.

Black-out Periods 13

SECTION 2.05.

Registration Procedures 14

SECTION 2.06.

Underwritten Offerings 18

SECTION 2.07.

No Inconsistent Agreements; Additional Rights 19

SECTION 2.08.

Registration Expenses 19

SECTION 2.09.

Indemnification 20

SECTION 2.10.

Rules 144 and 144A and Regulation S 23

SECTION 2.11.

Limitation on Registrations and Underwritten Offerings 23

SECTION 2.12.

In-Kind Distributions 23
ARTICLE III

SECTION 3.01.

Term 23

SECTION 3.02.

Injunctive Relief 24

SECTION 3.03.

Notices 24

SECTION 3.04.

Recapitalization 24

SECTION 3.05.

Amendment 25

SECTION 3.06.

Successors, Assigns and Transferees 25

SECTION 3.07.

Binding Effect 25

SECTION 3.08.

Third Party Beneficiaries 25

SECTION 3.09.

Governing Law; Jurisdiction; Agent For Service 25

SECTION 3.10.

Waiver of Jury Trial 26

SECTION 3.11.

Immunity Waiver 26

SECTION 3.12.

Entire Agreement 26

SECTION 3.13.

Severability 26

SECTION 3.14.

Counterparts 26

SECTION 3.15.

Headings 26


REGISTRATION RIGHTS AGREEMENT

This Registration Rights Agreement (the “Agreement”), dated as of November 19, 2018, is by and among Pacific Drilling
S.A., a public limited liability company (société anonyme) organized under the laws of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg having its registered office at 8-10, Avenue de la Gare, L-610, Luxembourg and registered with the Luxembourg register of commerce and companies under registration number B159658 (including any of its successors by merger, acquisition, reorganization, conversion or
otherwise, the “Company”), and the Persons set forth on Schedule I hereto. Unless otherwise indicated, capitalized terms used herein shall have the meanings ascribed to such terms in
Section 1.01.

WITNESSETH:

WHEREAS, the parties hereto desire to provide for, among other things, the grant of registration rights with respect to the Registrable
Securities (as defined below).

NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the foregoing and the mutual promises, covenants and agreements of
the parties hereto, and for other good and valuable consideration the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, and subject to the satisfaction or waiver of the conditions hereof, the parties hereto agree as follows:

ARTICLE I

DEFINITIONS

SECTION 1.01.        Defined Terms. As used in this Agreement, the following terms shall have
the following meanings:

"Adverse Disclosure” means public disclosure of material
non-public information that, in the Board of Directors’ good faith judgment, after consultation with independent outside counsel to the Company, would be required to be made in any Registration Statement
filed with the Commission by the Company so that such Registration Statement would not contain a material misstatement of fact or omit to state a material fact required to be stated therein or necessary to make the statements therein not misleading,
would not be required to be publicly disclosed at such time but for the filing of such Registration Statement, and which information the Company has a bona fide business purpose for not disclosing publicly at such time.

"Affiliate” has the meaning specified in Rule 12b-2 under the Exchange Act;
provided that no Holder shall be deemed an Affiliate of the Company or its Subsidiaries for purposes of this Agreement; provided further that neither portfolio companies (as such term is commonly used in the private equity
industry) of a Holder nor limited partners, non-managing members or other similar direct or indirect investors in a Holder shall be deemed to be Affiliates of such Holder. The term
"Affiliated” has a correlative meaning.

"Agreement” has the meaning set forth in the preamble.

"Authorized Agent” has the meaning set forth in Section 3.10.

"Automatic Shelf Registration Statement” means an “automatic shelf registration statement” as defined in Rule 405
promulgated under the Securities Act.

"Board of Directors” means the board of directors of the Company.

"Business Day” means any day other than a Saturday, Sunday or a day on which commercial banks located in New York,
New York are required or authorized by law or executive order to be closed.

"Closing Price” means, with respect to
the Registrable Securities, as of any date of determination, (i) if the Registrable Securities are listed on a national securities exchange, the closing price per share of a Registrable Security on such date published in The Wall Street
Journal (National Edition)
or, if no such closing price

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on such date is published in The Wall Street Journal (National Edition), the average of the closing bid and asked prices on such date, as officially reported on the principal national
securities exchange on which the Registrable Securities are then listed or admitted to trading; or (ii) if the Registrable Securities are not listed or admitted to trading on any national securities exchange, the last sale price or, if such
last sale price is not reported, the average of the high bid and low asked prices in the over-the-counter market on such date, as reported by The New York Stock Exchange
or such other system then in use; or (iii) if on any such date the Registrable Securities are not quoted by any such organization, the average of the closing bid and asked prices as furnished by a professional market maker making a market in
the Registrable Securities selected by the Company; or (iv) if none of (i), (ii) or (iii) is applicable, a market price per share determined in good faith by the Board of Directors. If trading is conducted on a continuous basis on any
exchange, then the closing price shall be as set forth at 4:00 p.m. New York City time.

"Commission” means the
United States Securities and Exchange Commission.

"Common Stock” means shares of the Company’s common shares, par
value $0.01 per share.

"Company” has the meaning set forth in the preamble.

"Company Public Sale” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.03(a).

"Company Share Equivalents” means the any securities exercisable, exchangeable or convertible into Company Shares and any
options, warrants or other rights to acquire Company Shares.

"Company Shares” means shares of Common Stock, any
securities into which such shares of Common Stock shall have been changed, or any securities resulting from any reclassification, recapitalization or similar transactions with respect to such shares of Common Stock.

"Demand Registration” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.01(a).

"Demand Registration Notice” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.01(a).

"Determination Date” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.02(g).

"Exchange Act” means the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, and any successor thereto, and any rules and
regulations promulgated thereunder, all as the same shall be in effect from time to time.

"FINRA” means the Financial
Industry Regulatory Authority, Inc.

"Foreign Private Issuer” means a “foreign private issuer,” as defined in
Rule 405 under the Securities Act.

"Form S-1” means a registration statement on
Form S-1 under the Securities Act (subject to Section 1.02(a)(vii)).

"Form S-3” means a registration statement on Form S-3 under the Securities Act (subject to Section 1.02(a)(vii)).

"Form S-4” means a registration statement on Form
S-4 under the Securities Act (subject to Section 1.02(a)(vii)).

"Form S-8” means a registration statement on Form S-8 under the Securities Act (subject to Section 1.02(a)(vii)).

"Governmental Authority” means any United States federal, state, local (including county or municipal) or foreign
governmental, regulatory or administrative authority, agency, division, instrumentality, commission, court, judicial or arbitral body or any securities exchange or similar self-regulatory organization.

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"Holder” means any holder of Registrable Securities that is set forth on
Schedule Moi hereto or that succeeds to rights hereunder pursuant to Section 3.06.

"Initiating Shelf Take-Down Holder” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.02(f)(i).

"Issuer Free Writing Prospectus” means an issuer free writing prospectus, as defined in Rule 433 under the Securities Act,
relating to an offer of Registrable Securities.

"Loss” or “Losses” has the meaning set forth in
Section 2.09(a).

"Market Price” means, on any date of determination, the average of the daily
Closing Price of the Registrable Securities for the immediately preceding thirty (30) days on which the national securities exchanges are open for trading.

"Marketed Underwritten Shelf Take-Down” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.02(f)(iii).

"Marketed Underwritten Shelf Take-Down Notice” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.02(f)(iii).

"Maximum Offering Size” means, with respect to any offering that is underwritten, the number of securities that, in the
good-faith opinion of the managing underwriter or underwriters in such offering (as evidenced by a written notice to the relevant Holders and the Company), can be sold in such offering without being likely to have a significant adverse effect on the
price, timing or the distribution of the securities offered or the market for the securities offered.

"Participating
Holder
” means, with respect to any Registration, including a Company Public Sale or Shelf Take-Down, any Holder of Registrable Securities participating as a selling Holder in such Registration; provided that a Holder shall not be considered
a Participating Holder in connection with a Shelf Registration unless and until such Holder participates in a Shelf Take-Down.

"Permitted Assignee” has the meaning set forth in Section 3.06.

"Person” means any individual, partnership, corporation, limited liability company, unincorporated organization, trust or
joint venture, or a Governmental Authority or political subdivision thereof or any other entity.

"Piggyback
Registration
” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.03(a).

"Postponing Officer’s
Certificate
” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.01(b).

"Prospectus” means the
prospectus included in any Registration Statement, all amendments and supplements to such prospectus, including pre- and post-effective amendments to such Registration Statement, and all other material
incorporated by reference in such prospectus.

"Registrable Securities” means any Company Shares or any other securities
that may be issued or distributed or be issuable or distributable in respect of, or in substitution for, any Company Shares by way of conversion, exercise, dividend, stock split or other distribution, merger, consolidation, exchange,
recapitalization or reclassification or similar transaction, in each case whether now owned or hereafter acquired by a Holder; provided, however, that any such Registrable Securities shall cease to be Registrable Securities to the
extent (i) a Registration Statement with respect to the sale of such Registrable Securities has been declared effective under the Securities Act and such Registrable Securities have been disposed of in accordance with the plan of distribution
set forth in such Registration Statement, (ii) such Registrable Securities have been distributed pursuant to Rule 144 or Rule 145 of the Securities Act (or any successor rule), (iii) a Registration Statement on Form S-8 covering such Registrable Securities is effective or (iv) (x) the aggregate number of such securities held by the applicable Holder and its Affiliates is less than the number that would subject the
distribution thereof to any volume limitation or other

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restrictions on transfer under Rule 144 and such Holder is able to immediately distribute such securities publicly without any restrictions on transfer (including without application of
paragraphs (c), (d), (e), (f) and (h) of Rule 144) and (y) the Holder of such securities and its Affiliates own less than one percent (1%) of the outstanding shares of Common Stock on a fully diluted basis. Each party to this
Agreement shall promptly respond to reasonable written requests by the Company from time to time to advise the Company as to the number of Registrable Securities that it holds that are subject to this Agreement.

"Registration” means a registration with the Commission of the offer and sale of the Company’s securities to the public
under a Registration Statement. The term “Register” shall have a correlative meaning.

"Registration
Expenses
” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.08.

"Registration Statement” means
any registration statement of the Company that covers the offer and sale of Registrable Securities pursuant to the provisions of this Agreement filed with, or to be filed with, the Commission under the rules and regulations promulgated under the
Securities Act, including the related Prospectus, amendments and supplements to such registration statement, including pre- and post-effective amendments, and all exhibits and all material incorporated by
reference in such registration statement.

"Representatives” means, with respect to any Person, any of such
Person’s officers, directors, employees, agents, attorneys, accountants, actuaries, consultants, equity financing partners or financial advisors or other Person associated with, or acting on behalf of, such Person.

"Requesting Holder(s)” means, with respect to a Demand Registration, Shelf Registration or Shelf Take-Down, as applicable,
the Holder (or Holders, as the case may be) that initiated such Registration or Shelf Take-Down, as the case may be; provided, that all other conditions to such Registration or Self Take-Down are met.

"Requesting Shelf Registration Notice” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.02(b).

"Rule 144” means Rule 144 (or any successor provisions) under the Securities Act.

"SEC Guidance” means (i) any publicly available written questions and answers, guidance, forms, comments, or
requirements of the Commission or its staff, (ii) the Securities Act and (iii) any other rules and regulations of the Commission.

"Securities Act” means the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and any successor thereto, and any rules and regulations
promulgated thereunder, all as the same shall be in effect from time to time.

"Shelf Period” has the meaning set forth
in Section 2.02(c).

"Shelf Registration” has the meaning set forth in
Section 2.02(a).

"Shelf Registration Notice” has the meaning set forth in
Section 2.02(a).

"Shelf Registration Statement” means a Registration Statement filed with the
Commission in accordance with the Securities Act for the offer and sale of Registrable Securities by Holders on a continuous or delayed basis pursuant to Rule 415.

"Shelf Suspension” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.02(e).

"Shelf Take-Down” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.02(f)(i).

"Specified Courts” has the meaning set forth in Section 3.10.

"Stockholder Party” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.09(a).

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"Subsidiary” means, with respect to any Person, any entity of which (i) a
majority of the total voting power of shares of stock or equivalent ownership interests entitled (without regard to the occurrence of any contingency) to vote in the election of directors, managers, trustees or other members of the applicable
governing body thereof is at the time owned or controlled, directly or indirectly, by that Person or one or more of the other Subsidiaries of that Person or a combination thereof, or (ii) if no such governing body exists at such entity, a
majority of the total voting power of shares of stock or equivalent ownership interests of the entity is at the time owned or controlled, directly or indirectly, by that Person or one or more Subsidiaries of that Person or a combination
thereof. For purposes hereof, a Person or Persons shall be deemed to have a majority ownership interest in a limited liability company, partnership, association or other business entity if such Person or Persons shall be allocated a majority of
limited liability company, partnership, association or other business entity gains or losses or shall be or control the managing member or general partner of such limited liability company, partnership, association or other business entity.

"Suspending Officer’s Certificate” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.02(e).

"Ten Percent Holder(s)” means a Holder that, together with its Affiliates, beneficially owns (without giving effect to the
existence of any group (within the meaning of Section 13(d)(3) or Section 14(d)(2) of the Exchange Act, or any successor provision)) at least 10% of the outstanding Common Stock.

"Underwritten Offering” means a Registration in which securities of the Company are sold to an underwriter or underwriters
(or other counterparty) for reoffering to the public.

"Underwritten Shelf Take-Down Notice” has the meaning set forth
in Section 2.02(f)(ii).

"Valid Business Reason” has the meaning set forth in
Section 2.01(b).

"Well-Known Seasoned Issuer” means a “well-known seasoned issuer”
as defined in Rule 405 promulgated under the Securities Act and which (a) (i) is a “well-known seasoned issuer” under paragraph (1)(i)(A) of such definition or (ii) is a “well-known seasoned issuer” under paragraph
(1)(i)(B) of such definition and is also eligible to Register a primary offering of its securities relying on General Instruction I.B.1 of Form S-3 under the Securities Act and (b) is not an
“ineligible issuer” as defined in Rule 405 promulgated under the Securities Act.

SECTION
1.02. Other Interpretive Provisions. (a) In this Agreement, except as otherwise provided:

(i)        A reference to an Article, Section, Schedule or Exhibit is a reference to an
Article or Section of, or Schedule or Exhibit to, this Agreement, and references to this Agreement include any recital in or Schedule or Exhibit to this Agreement.

(ii)      The Schedules and Exhibits form an integral part of and are hereby incorporated by reference
into this Agreement.

(iii)      Headings and the Table of Contents are inserted for convenience only and
shall not affect the construction or interpretation of this Agreement.

(iv)      Unless the context
otherwise requires, words importing the singular include the plural and vice versa, words importing the masculine include the feminine and vice versa, and words importing persons include corporations, associations, partnerships, joint ventures and
limited liability companies and vice versa.

(v)      Unless the context otherwise requires, the words
“hereof” and “herein,” and words of similar meaning refer to this Agreement as a whole and not to any particular Article, Section or clause. The words “include,” “includes” and “including”
shall be deemed to be followed by the words “without limitation.”

(vi)      A reference to any
legislation or to any provision of or form or rule promulgated under any legislation shall include any amendment, modification, substitution or re-enactment thereof.

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(vii)        For so long as the Company qualifies as a
Foreign Private Issuer as defined under Rule 405 under the Securities Act, and if the Company so chooses to take advantage of such Foreign Private Issuer designation, any references in this Agreement to a form or filing that may be made by a
domestic registrant shall be deemed to be references to the corresponding form or filing that may be made by an entity that is a Foreign Private Issuer.

(b)        The parties hereto have participated jointly in the negotiation and drafting of this
Agreement. In the event an ambiguity or question of intention or interpretation arises, this Agreement shall be construed as if drafted jointly by the parties hereto, and no presumption or burden of proof shall arise favoring or disfavoring any
party by virtue of the authorship of any provisions of this Agreement.

ARTICLE II

REGISTRATION RIGHTS

SECTION
2.01. Demand Registration.

(a) Request for Demand Registration. Subject to Section 2.11,
at any time, and from time to time, a Requesting Holder that is a Ten Percent Holder (along with any other Requesting Holder that is also a Ten Percent Holder) may make up to three (3) written requests (each, a “Demand Registration
Notice
”) to the Company to register, and the Company shall register, under the Securities Act (other than pursuant to a Registration Statement on Form S-4 ou
S-8), in accordance with the terms of this Agreement, the number of Registrable Securities stated in each such request (a “Demand Registration”), provided, however, and subject
to the provisions of Section 2.11, that the Company shall not be obligated to effect (i) more than two (2) such Demand Registrations in any 12-month period in the aggregate
for all Requesting Holders and (ii) any Demand Registration with respect to which such Requesting Holder (or Requesting Holders, as the case may be) proposes to sell Registrable Securities (including any Registrable Securities proposed to be
sold by other Holders pursuant to Section 2.01(c)) in such Demand Registration at an anticipated aggregate offering price (calculated based upon the Market Price of the Registrable Securities on the date on which the
Company receives the written request for such Demand Registration) to the public of less than $150 million unless such Demand Registration includes at least 20% of the then-outstanding Registrable Securities; provided, however,
that such Demand Registration shall not be considered a Demand Registration for the purposes of subclause (a)(i) above if, after a Demand Registration becomes effective, (1) such Demand Registration is interfered with by any stop order or
other order of the Commission or other Governmental Authority, or (2) if the Maximum Offering Size determined in accordance with Section 2.01(f) is less than seventy-five percent (75 %) of the Registrable Securities
sought to be included in such Demand Registration by the Requesting Holder(s) and by other Holders pursuant to Section 2.01(c). Each request for a Demand Registration by a Requesting Holder (or Requesting Holders, as the
case may be) shall state the amount of the Registrable Securities proposed to be sold and the intended method of disposition thereof; provided, that a Demand Registration shall not provide for an offering on a delayed or continuous or
“shelf” basis and such Registrations shall be required only in accordance with Section 2.02. Subject to this Section 2.01 and Section 1.02(a)(vii), the Company shall effect such Demand Registration on Form S-1 unless it is otherwise then eligible to effect such Registration on Form S-3. For the avoidance of doubt, a Holder that, together with its Affiliates, does not
beneficially own (without giving effect to the existence of any group (within the meaning of Section 13(d)(3) or Section 14(d)(2) of the Exchange Act, or any successor provision)) at least 10% of the outstanding Common Stock, may not join
with another such Holder to reach the 10% threshold required to exercise demand registration rights pursuant to this Section 2.01. provided, that, after such demand registration rights are exercised, any such Holders and
their Affiliates may join with another Holder to reach either the 20% threshold or $150 million threshold for purposes of this Section 2.01.

(b) Limitations on Demand Registrations. If the Board of Directors, in its good faith
judgment, determines that the registration of Registrable Securities pursuant to a Demand Registration, or the amendment or supplement of a Registration Statement filed pursuant to a Demand Registration, would materially interfere with any material
financing, acquisition, corporate reorganization or merger or other material transaction involving the Company or would require the Company to make an Adverse Disclosure (a “Valid Business Reason”), and the Company furnishes to the
Requesting Holder (or Requesting Holders, as the case may be) a certificate signed by the Chief Executive Officer or any other senior executive officer of the Company stating such (the “Postponing Officers
Certificate
”), (i) the Company may postpone the filing or effectiveness of the Registration

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Statement (but not the preparation of the Registration Statement) relating to such Demand Registration and (ii) in the case of a Registration Statement that has been filed with respect to a
Demand Registration, the Company may postpone amending or supplementing such Registration Statement, in the case of (i) and (ii) until such Valid Business Reason ceases to exist (a “Demand Suspension”), but in no event
shall any such postponement be for more than sixty (60) days after the date of the Demand Registration Notice or, if later, the occurrence of the Valid Business Reason. In the event of any such postponement, the Requesting Holder (or requesting
Holders, as the case may be) initiating such Demand Registration shall be entitled to withdraw the Demand Registration request by written notice to the Company and, if such request is withdrawn, it shall not count as a Demand Registration hereunder.
In addition to the Postponing Officer’s Certificate discussed above, the Company shall promptly give written notice to the Requesting Holder (or Requesting Holders, as the case may be) once the Valid Business Reason for such postponement no
longer exists. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained herein, the Company may not postpone a filing, amendment or supplement under this Section 2.01(b) due to a Valid Business Reason for more than an aggregate
of one hundred twenty (120) days during any 12-month period. Each Holder shall keep confidential the fact that a Demand Suspension is in effect, the Postponing Officer’s Certificate and its contents
unless and until otherwise notified by the Company, except (A) for disclosure to such Holder’s employees, agents and professional advisers who reasonably need to know such information for purposes of assisting the Holder with respect to
its investment in the Company Shares and agree to keep it confidential, (B) for disclosures to the extent required in order to comply with reporting obligations to its limited partners or other direct or indirect investors who have agreed to
keep such information confidential, (C) if and to the extent such matters are publicly disclosed by the Company or any of its Subsidiaries or any other Person that, to the actual knowledge of such Holder, was not subject to an obligation or
duty of confidentiality to the Company and its Subsidiaries, (D) as required by law, rule or regulation, provided that the Holder gives prior written notice to the Company of such requirement and the contents of the proposed disclosure to the
extent it is permitted to do so under applicable law, and (E) for disclosure to any other Holder.

(c) Incidental or “Piggy-Back” Rights with Respect to a Demand Registration.
Each of the Holders (other than the Requesting Holder(s) that requested the relevant Demand Registration under Section 2.01(a)) may offer such Holder’s Registrable Securities under any such Demand Registration pursuant
to this Section 2.01(c). The Company shall (i) as promptly as practicable, but in no event later than five (5) days after the receipt of a request for a Demand Registration from any Requesting Holder(s), give
written notice thereof to all of the Holders (other than such Requesting Holder(s)), which notice shall specify the number of Registrable Securities subject to the request for Demand Registration, the name of the Requesting Holder(s) and the
intended method of disposition of such Registrable Securities and (ii) subject to Section 2.01(f), include in the Registration Statement filed pursuant to such Demand Registration all of the Registrable Securities
requested by such Holders for inclusion in such Registration Statement from whom the Company has received a written request for inclusion therein within fifteen (15) days after the delivery in accordance with
Section 3.03 to such Holders of such written notice referred to in clause (i) above. Each such request by such Holders shall specify the number of Registrable Securities proposed to be registered. Any Holder may waive
its rights under this Section 2.01(c) prior to the expiration of such fifteen (15) day period by giving written notice to the Company.

(d) Effective Demand Registration. Subject to
Sections 2.01(a) et (b), the Company shall use its commercially reasonable efforts to file a Registration Statement relating to the Demand Registration as promptly as practicable (but in no event later than
(1) sixty (60) days after it receives a Demand Registration Notice under Section 2.01(a) hereof, if such Demand Registration Notice is received on or before the date that is 180 days following the date of this
Agreement, or (2) forty-five (45) days after it receives a Demand Registration Notice under Section 2.01(a) hereof, if such Demand Registration Notice is received on or after the date that is 181 days following
the date of this Agreement) and shall use its commercially reasonable efforts to cause such Registration Statement to become effective as promptly as practicable thereafter. Except as provided herein, the Company shall use its reasonable best
efforts to keep any Demand Registration filed pursuant to Section 2.01(a) continuously effective under the Securities Act until the earliest of (i) the date as of which all Registrable Securities have been sold
pursuant to such Demand Registration or another Registration Statement filed under the Securities Act, (ii) the date on which this Agreement terminates under Section 3.01 with respect to all Participating Holders and
(iii) such shorter period as all of the Participating Holders with respect to such Demand Registration shall agree in writing; provided, however, that the Company shall be provided adequate time as reasonably necessary to provide the Commission
with any required updates to the Registration Statement to maintain the continued effectiveness of such Registration Statement.

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(e) Expenses and Withdrawal. The Company
shall pay all Registration Expenses in connection with a Demand Registration, whether or not such Demand Registration becomes effective or such Demand Registration is completed and whether or not all or any portion of the Registrable Securities
originally requested to be included in such Demand Registration are ultimately included. Each Participating Holder (including the Requesting Holder(s)) shall be permitted to withdraw all or part of its Registrable Securities from a Demand
Registration at any time prior to the execution of the underwriting agreement in connection with such Demand Registration.

(f) Underwriting Procedures. If the Requesting Holder(s) making a Demand Registration
request under Section 2.01(a) so elect in the Demand Registration Notice, the Company shall use its commercially reasonable best efforts to cause the offering made pursuant to such Demand Registration pursuant to this
Section 2.01 to be in the form of a firm commitment underwritten offering. In connection with any Demand Registration under this Section 2.01 involving an underwritten offering, none of the
Registrable Securities held by any Holder making a request for inclusion of such Registrable Securities pursuant to Sections 2.01(a) and (c) shall be included in such underwritten offering unless, at the request of the
underwriters for such Demand Registration, such Holder enters into an underwriting agreement pursuant to the terms of Section 2.06(a) hereof and then only in such quantity as set forth below. If the managing underwriter or
underwriters of any proposed Demand Registration informs the Holders that have requested to participate in such Demand Registration that, in its or their good-faith opinion, the number of securities which such Holders intend to include in such
offering exceeds the Maximum Offering Size, then the aggregate number of securities to be included in such Demand Registration shall be the number of Registrable Securities that, in the opinion of such managing underwriter or underwriters, can be
sold without having such adverse effect on such Demand Registration, which number shall be allocated (i) first, to 100% of the Registrable Securities requested to be included in such Demand Registration by any Holder that is an affiliate
(as defined in Rule 12b-2 under the Exchange Act) of the Company, on a pro rata basis among such Holder(s) and (ii) second, to the Registrable Securities requested to be included in such Demand
Registration by any Holder that is not an affiliate (as defined in Rule 12b-2 under the Exchange Act) of the Company, on a pro rata basis among any Holder(s) that is not an affiliate (as defined in Rule 12b-2 under the Exchange Act) of the Company, in each case, based on the relative number of Registrable Securities so requested to be included by each such Holder. The Holders of a majority of the Registrable
Securities to be included in any Demand Registration shall have the right to select, subject to the prior written consent of the Company (not to be unreasonably withheld or delayed), the managing underwriter or underwriters to administer such
offering.

(g) Certain Undertakings. Notwithstanding any other provisions of
this Agreement to the contrary, the Company shall cause (i) each Demand Registration Statement (as of the effective date thereof), any amendment thereof (as of the effective date thereof) or supplement thereto (as of its date), (A) to
comply in all material respects with applicable SEC Guidance and (B) not to contain any untrue statement of a material fact or omit to state a material fact required to be stated therein or necessary in order to make the statements therein not
misleading, and (ii) any related Prospectus (including any preliminary Prospectus) or Issuer Free Writing Prospectus and any amendment thereof or supplement thereto, as of its date, (A) to comply in all material respects with applicable
SEC Guidance and (B) not to contain any untrue statement of a material fact or omit to state a material fact required to be stated therein or necessary in order to make the statements therein, in light of the circumstances in which they were
made, not misleading; provided, however, the Company shall have no such obligations or liabilities with respect to any written information pertaining to any Holder and furnished in writing to the Company by or on behalf of such Holder
specifically for inclusion therein.

SECTION 2.02. Shelf Registration.

(a) Initial Shelf Registration.

(i)        The Company shall prepare a Shelf Registration Statement (as may be amended from time to
time, the “Initial Shelf Registration Statement”), and shall include in the Initial Shelf Registration Statement the Registrable Securities of each Holder who shall request inclusion therein of some or all of their Registrable
Securities no later than five (5) Business Days after the date that the Company furnishes or files with the SEC interim financial statements for the third quarter of fiscal 2018; provided, however, that the Company shall not be required to
include an amount of Registrable Securities in excess of the amount as may be permitted to be included

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in such Registration Statement under applicable SEC Guidance. The Company shall file the Initial Shelf Registration Statement with the Commission on or prior to the 10th Business Day following the date that the Company furnishes or files with the SEC interim financial statements for the third quarter of fiscal 2018.

(ii)        Upon the request of any Holder all of whose Registrable Securities are not included in
the Initial Shelf Registration Statement at the time of such request to include any such Registrable Securities so requested, the Company shall amend the Initial Shelf Registration Statement to include such Registrable Securities; provided that the
Company shall not be required to amend the Initial Shelf Registration Statement more than once every fiscal quarter of the Company.

(iii)        Within ten (10) days after receiving a request pursuant to Section 2(a)(ii),
the Company shall give written notice of such request to all other Holders of Registrable Securities and shall include in such amendment all such Registrable Securities with respect to which the Company has received written requests for inclusion
therein within fifteen (15) days after the Company’s giving of such notice, provided that such Registrable Securities are not already covered by an existing and effective Registration Statement that may be utilized for the offer and sale
of the Registrable Securities requested to be registered in the manner so requested.

(iv)        The Initial Shelf Registration Statement shall be on Form
S-1; provided, however, that, if the Company becomes eligible to register the Registrable Securities for resale by the Holders on Form S-3 (including without limitation
a Form S-3 filed as an Automatic Shelf Registration Statement), the Company shall be entitled to amend the Initial Shelf Registration Statement to a Shelf Registration Statement on Form S-3 or file a Shelf Registration Statement on Form S-3 in substitution of the Initial Shelf Registration Statement as initially filed.

(v)        The Company shall use its reasonable best efforts to cause the Initial Shelf Registration
Statement to be declared effective by the Commission as promptly as practicable, and shall use its reasonable best efforts to keep such Initial Shelf Registration Statement continuously effective, and not subject to any stop order, injunction or
other similar order or requirement of the Commission, until the earlier of (i) the date the Company (A) is eligible to register the Registrable Securities for resale by Holders on Form S-3 et
(B) has filed such Registration Statement with the Commission and which is effective and (ii) the date that all Registrable Securities covered by the Initial Shelf Registration Statement shall cease to be Registrable Securities (such
earlier date, the “Initial Shelf Expiration Date”). In the event of any stop order, injunction or other similar order or requirement of the Commission relating to the Initial Shelf Registration Statement, if any Registrable
Securities covered by the Initial Shelf Registration Statement remain unsold, the period during which the Initial Shelf Registration Statement shall be required to remain effective will be extended by the number of days during which such stop order,
injunction or similar order or requirement is in effect.

(vi)        If the Initial Shelf
Registration Statement is on Form S-1 (or F-1), then for so long as any Registrable Securities covered by the Initial Shelf Registration Statement remain unsold, the
Company will file any supplements to the Prospectus or post-effective amendments required to be filed by applicable law in order to incorporate into such Prospectus any Current Reports on Form 8-K (or 6-K) necessary or required to be filed by applicable law, any Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q or any Annual Reports on Form 10-K (or 20-F) filed by the Company with the Commission, or any other information necessary so that (i) the Initial Shelf Registration Statement shall not include any untrue statement of material fact or omit to state
any material fact necessary in order to make the statements therein not misleading, and (ii) the Company complies with its obligations under Item 512(a)(1) of Regulation S-K; provided, however, that these
obligations remain subject to the Company’s rights under Section 2.02(e) of this Agreement.

(vii)        After the Initial Shelf Expiration Date and for so long as any Registrable Securities
remain outstanding, if there is not an effective Registration Statement which includes the Registrable Securities that are currently outstanding (each such date, a “Shelf Trigger Date”), the Company shall (i) if the Company is
eligible to register the Registrable Securities on Form S-3 (or Form F-3), within ten (10) Business Days file a Shelf Registration Statement on Form S-3 (or Form F-3) and use its reasonable best efforts to cause such Registration Statement to be declared effective or (ii) within ten (10) Business Days file a
Shelf Registration Statement on Form S-1 (or Form F-1) and use its reasonable best efforts to cause such Registration Statement to be declared effective and for so long
as any Registrable Securities covered by such Shelf Registration on Form S-1 (or Form F-1) remain unsold, the Company will file any supplements to the Prospectus or
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by applicable law in order to incorporate into such Prospectus any Current Reports on Form 8-K (or Form 6-K)
necessary or required to be filed by applicable law, any Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q (or Form 20-F) or any Annual Reports on Form
10-K filed by the Company with the Commission, or any other information necessary so that (x) such Shelf Registration shall not include any untrue statement of material fact or omit to state any material
fact necessary in order to make the statements therein not misleading, and (y) the Company complies with its obligations under Item 512(a)(1) of Regulation S-K; provided, however, that these obligations
remain subject to the Company’s rights under Section 2.02(e) of this Agreement. If at the time of filing of such Shelf Registration Statement the Company is eligible for use of an Automatic Shelf Registration Statement, then such
Shelf Registration Statement shall be filed as an Automatic Shelf Registration Statement in accordance with Section 2.02(g). The Company shall promptly deliver a written notice (a “Shelf Registration
Notice
”) of such Shelf Registration to all Holders, as promptly as practicable following the Shelf Trigger Date, and in any event within five (5) days thereafter, and the Company shall include in such Shelf Registration Statement all
such Registrable Securities of such Holders for which the Company has received written requests, which requests must specify the aggregate amount of such Registrable Securities of such Holder to be included in the Shelf Registration Statement and
such requests must be received within ten (10) days after the date that such Shelf Registration Notice has been delivered to such Holder. The Shelf Registration Statements described in this Section 2.02(a) shall relate
to the offer and sale of the Registrable Securities by the Holders thereof from time to time in accordance with the methods of distribution set forth in the applicable Shelf Registration Statement (hereinafter a “Shelf
Registration
”). The Company shall use its reasonable best efforts to address any comments from the Commission regarding such Shelf Registration Statement and to advocate with the Commission for the Registration of all Registrable
Securities in accordance with SEC Guidance. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if the Commission prevents the Company from including any or all of the Registrable Securities on any Shelf Registration Statement, such Shelf Registration Statement shall
include the resale of a number of Registrable Securities which is equal to the maximum number of shares as is permitted by the Commission. In such event, the number of Registrable Securities to be included for each Holder in the applicable
Shelf Registration Statement shall be reduced pro rata among all Holders requesting to be included in the applicable Shelf Registration Statement.

(b) Subsequent Requests for Shelf Registration. If at any time subsequent to the Shelf
Registration Statement filed pursuant to Section 2.02(a) hereof, the Company receives a Demand Registration Notice from a Requesting Holder (or Requesting Holders, as the case may be) requesting a Demand Registration in the
form of a Shelf Registration Statement (a “Requesting Shelf Registration Notice”) to include Registrable Securities not already included for registration on the Shelf Registration Statement filed pursuant to
Section 2.02(a) hereof, the Company shall use its reasonable best efforts to prepare and file with the Commission, within thirty (30) days after it receives a Requesting Shelf Registration Notice, a Shelf Registration
Statement (or an amendment to an existing Shelf Registration Statement) covering the resale of all Registrable Securities that such Requesting Holder (or Requesting Holders, as the case may be) requests, pursuant to the Requesting Shelf Registration
Notice, to include in such Shelf Registration Statement, and shall cause such Shelf Registration Statement to become effective as promptly as practicable. Promptly upon delivery of such Requesting Shelf Registration Notice by such Requesting
Holder(s) (but in no event more than five (5) days thereafter), the Company shall promptly deliver a Shelf Registration Notice to all Holders (other than the Requesting Holder(s)), and the Company shall include in such Shelf Registration
Statement all such Registrable Securities of such Holders for which the Company has received written requests, which requests must specify the aggregate amount of such Registrable Securities of such Holder to be included in the Shelf Registration
Statement and such requests must be received within ten (10) days after the date that such Shelf Registration Notice has been delivered. If at the time of filing of such Shelf Registration Statement the Company is eligible for use of an
Automatic Shelf Registration Statement, then such Shelf Registration Statement shall be filed as an Automatic Shelf Registration Statement in accordance with Section 2.02(g). The Shelf Registration Statements described in
Αυτό Section 2.02(b) shall relate to the offer and sale of the Registrable Securities by the Holders thereof from time to time in accordance with the methods of distribution set forth in the applicable Shelf
Registration. The Company shall use its reasonable best efforts to address any comments from the Commission regarding such Shelf Registration Statement and to advocate with the Commission for the Registration of all Registrable Securities in
accordance with SEC Guidance. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if the Commission prevents the Company from including any or all of the Registrable Securities on any Shelf Registration Statement, such Shelf Registration Statement shall Register the
resale of a number of Company Shares which is equal to the maximum number of shares as is permitted by the Commission. In such event, the number of Company Shares to be Registered for each Holder in the applicable Shelf Registration Statement
shall be reduced pro rata among all such Holders. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Section 2.02(b), the Company

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may satisfy its obligation to effectuate the registration of the resale of such Registrable Securities requested to be registered under this Section 2.02(b) by amending an existing Shelf
Registration Statement to include such Registrable Securities.

(c) Continued
Effectiveness
. Except as provided herein, the Company shall use its reasonable best efforts to keep any Shelf Registration Statement filed pursuant to Section 2.02(a) ou Section 2.02(b)
continuously effective under the Securities Act until the earliest of (i) the date as of which all Registrable Securities have been sold pursuant to such Shelf Registration Statement or another Registration Statement filed under the Securities
Act (but in no event prior to the applicable period referred to in Section 4(3) of the Securities Act and Rule 174 thereunder), (ii) the date on which this Agreement terminates under Section 3.01 with respect to
all Participating Holders and (iii) such shorter period as all of the Participating Holders with respect to such Shelf Registration shall agree in writing (such period of effectiveness, the “Shelf Period”).

(d) Certain Undertakings. Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Agreement
to the contrary, the Company shall cause (i) each Shelf Registration Statement (as of the effective date of such Shelf Registration Statement), any amendment thereof (as of the effective date thereof) or supplement thereto (as of its date),
(A) to comply in all material respects with applicable SEC Guidance and (B) not to contain any untrue statement of a material fact or omit to state a material fact required to be stated therein or necessary in order to make the statements
therein not misleading, and (ii) any related Prospectus (including any preliminary Prospectus) or Issuer Free Writing Prospectus and any amendment thereof or supplement thereto, as of its date, (A) to comply in all material respects with
applicable SEC Guidance and (B) not to contain any untrue statement of a material fact or omit to state a material fact required to be stated therein or necessary in order to make the statements therein, in light of the circumstances in which
they were made, not misleading; provided, however, the Company shall have no such obligations or liabilities with respect to any written information pertaining to any Holder and furnished in writing to the Company by or on behalf of
such Holder specifically for inclusion therein. The Company agrees, to the extent necessary, to supplement or make amendments to each Shelf Registration Statement if required by the registration form used by the Company for the applicable
Registration or by SEC Guidance, or as may reasonably be requested by any Participating Holder.

(e) Suspension of Registration. If the Board of Directors, in its good faith
judgment, determines that a Valid Business Reason shall exist to postpone the filing, amendment, or supplement, or suspend the use, of a Shelf Registration Statement filed pursuant to Section 2.02(a) ou
Section 2.02(b) and the Company furnishes to the Requesting Holder (or Holders, as the case may be) a certificate signed by the Chief Executive Officer or any other senior executive officer of the Company (the
"Suspending Officer’s Certificate”), then the Company may postpone the filing, amendment or supplement (but not the preparation thereof), and/or suspend use, of such Shelf Registration Statement (a “Shelf
Suspension
”); provided, however, that in no event shall such postponement or suspension be for more than sixty (60) days after the date of the applicable Shelf Registration Notice delivered by the Requesting Holder(s) and
the Company shall not be permitted to exercise a Shelf Suspension for more than an aggregate of one hundred twenty (120) days, in each case, during any 12-month period; provided, further,
that in the event of a Shelf Suspension, such Shelf Suspension shall terminate at such earlier time as such Valid Business Reason ceases to exist. Each Holder agrees that, upon delivery of a Suspending Officer’s Certificate, such Holder
will forthwith discontinue disposition of Registrable Securities pursuant to the applicable Shelf Registration Statement until the Company informs such Holder in accordance with this Section 2.02(e), that the Shelf
Suspension has been terminated. Each Holder shall keep confidential the fact that a Shelf Suspension is in effect, the Suspending Officer’s Certificate and its contents unless and until otherwise notified by the Company, except
(A) for disclosure to such Holder’s employees, agents and professional advisers who reasonably need to know such information for purposes of assisting the Holder with respect to its investment in the Company Shares and agree to keep it
confidential, (B) for disclosures to the extent required in order to comply with reporting obligations to its limited partners or other direct or indirect investors who have agreed to keep such information confidential, (C) if and to the
extent such matters are publicly disclosed by the Company or any of its Subsidiaries or any other Person that, to the actual knowledge of such Holder, was not subject to an obligation or duty of confidentiality to the Company and its Subsidiaries,
(D) as required by law, rule or regulation; provided that the Holder gives prior written notice to the Company of such requirement and the contents of the proposed disclosure to the extent it is permitted to do so under applicable law, and
(E) for disclosure to any other Holder. In the case of a Shelf Suspension, the Holders agree to suspend use of the applicable Prospectus and any Issuer Free Writing Prospectus in connection with any sale or purchase of, or offer to sell or
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delivery of the Suspending Officer’s Certificate. The Company shall immediately notify the Holders upon the termination of any Shelf Suspension and, within 48 hours, amend or supplement
the Prospectus and any Issuer Free Writing Prospectus, if necessary, so it does not contain a material misstatement of fact or omit to state a material fact required to be stated therein or necessary to make the statements therein, in light of the
circumstances in which they were made, not misleading and furnish to the Holders such numbers of copies of the Prospectus and any Issuer Free Writing Prospectus as so amended or supplemented as the Holders may reasonably request. The Company
agrees, if necessary, to supplement or make amendments to each Shelf Registration Statement if required by the registration form used by the Company for the applicable Registration or by SEC Guidance, or as may reasonably be requested by any Holder.
If the filing of any Registration Statement is suspended pursuant to this Section 2.02(e) and the related Registration Notice is withdrawn by the Requesting Holder(s), upon the termination of the Shelf Suspension, the
Requesting Holder(s) may request a new Shelf Registration or Shelf Take-Down under Section 2.02(b) ou Section 2.02(f) (which shall not be counted as an additional Marketed Underwritten Shelf
Takedown for purposes of Section 2.11).

(f) Shelf
Take-Downs
.

(i)        Subject to Section 2.11 and this
Section 2.02(f), an offering or sale of Registrable Securities pursuant to a Shelf Registration Statement (each, a “Shelf Take-Down”) may be initiated by any Holder (or Holders, as the case may be) that has
Registrable Securities registered for sale on such Shelf Registration Statement (an “Initiating Shelf Take-Down Holder”). The Company shall effect such Shelf Take-Down as promptly as practicable in accordance with this
Agreement and except as set forth in Section 2.02(f)(iii) with respect to Marketed Underwritten Shelf Take-Downs, each such Initiating Shelf Take-Down Holder shall not be required to permit the offer and sale of
Registrable Securities by other Holders in connection with any such Shelf Take-Down initiated by such Initiating Shelf Take-Down Holder(s).

(ii)        Subject to Section 2.11, if the Initiating Shelf Take-Down
Holder(s) so elects by written request to the Company, a Shelf Take-Down, with respect to which the anticipated aggregate offering price to the public (calculated based upon the Market Price of the Registrable Securities on the date on which the
Company receives such written request) of the Registrable Securities that the Initiating Shelf Take-Down Holder(s) request to include in such Shelf Take-Down is at least $150 million, shall be in the form of an Underwritten Offering (an
"Underwritten Shelf Take-Down Notice”), and the Company shall amend or supplement the applicable Shelf Registration Statement for such purpose as soon as practicable. Subject to clause (iii) below, such Initiating Shelf
Take-Down Holder(s) shall have the right to select, subject to the prior written consent of the Company (not to be unreasonably withheld or delayed), the managing underwriter or underwriters to administer such offering.

(iii)        If the plan of distribution set forth in any Underwritten Shelf Take-Down Notice includes
a customary “road show” (including an “electronic road show”) or other substantial marketing effort by the Company and the underwriters over a period expected to exceed 48 hours (a “Marketed Underwritten Shelf
Take-Down
”), promptly upon delivery of such Underwritten Shelf Take-Down Notice (but in no event less than ten (10) Business Days before the commencement of such substantial marketing efforts), the Company shall promptly deliver a
written notice (a “Marketed Underwritten Shelf Take-Down Notice”) of such Marketed Underwritten Shelf Take-Down to all Holders (other than the Initiating Shelf Take-Down Holder(s)), and the Company shall include in such Marketed
Underwritten Shelf Take-Down all such Registrable Securities of such Holders that are Registered on such Shelf Registration Statement for which the Company has received written requests, which requests must specify the aggregate amount of such
Registrable Securities of such Holder to be offered and sold pursuant to such Marketed Underwritten Shelf Take-Down, for inclusion therein within five (5) Business Days after the date that such Marketed Underwritten Shelf Take-Down Notice has
been delivered; provided, that if the managing underwriter or underwriters of any proposed Marketed Underwritten Shelf Take-Down informs the Holders that have requested to participate in such Marketed Underwritten Shelf Take-Down that, in its
or their good-faith opinion, the number of securities which such Holders intend to include in such offering exceeds the Maximum Offering Size, then the aggregate number of securities to be included in such Marketed Underwritten Shelf Take-Down shall
be the number of Registrable Securities that, in the opinion of such managing underwriter or underwriters, can be sold without having such adverse effect on such Marketed Underwritten Shelf Take-Down, which number shall be allocated
(i) first, to the Registrable Securities requested to be included in such Marketed Underwritten Shelf Take-Down by the Initiating Shelf Take-Down Holder(s), on a pro rata basis among any Initiating Shelf Take-Down Holders, and
(ii) δεύτερος to the Registrable Securities timely requested to be included in such Marketed Underwritten Shelf Take-

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Down by any Holder who is not an Initiating Shelf Take-Down Holder, on a pro rata basis among any other Holder(s) that is not an Initiating Shelf Take-Down Holder who has requested to be included
in such Marketed Underwritten Shelf Take-Down, in each case, based on the relative number of Registrable Securities so requested to be included by each such Holder. The Holders of a majority of the Registrable Securities to be included in any
Marketed Underwritten Shelf Take-Down shall have the right to select, subject to the prior written consent of the Company (not to be unreasonably withheld or delayed), the managing underwriter or underwriters to administer such offering.

(iv)        The Company shall bear all Registration Expenses in connection with any Shelf Registration
or any Shelf Take-Down, whether or not such Shelf Registration becomes effective or such Shelf Take-Down is completed and whether or not all or any portion of the Registrable Securities originally requested to be included in such Shelf Registration
or Shelf Take-Down are ultimately included. Each Holder shall be permitted to withdraw all or part of its Registrable Securities from a Marketed Underwritten Shelf Take-Down at any time prior to the execution of the underwriting agreement in
connection with such Marketed Underwritten Shelf Take-Down. Subject to Section 2.11, the number of Shelf Take-Downs that a Holder (or Holders, as the case may be) can initiate is unlimited.

(g) Automatic Shelf Registration Statements. Upon the Company becoming aware that it
has become a Well-Known Seasoned Issuer (it being understood that the Company shall determine whether it has become a Well-Known Seasoned Issuer at the end of each calendar month beginning eleven months after the date of this Agreement),
(i) the Company shall give written notice to all of the Holders as promptly as practicable but in no event later than ten (10) Business Days thereafter, and such notice shall describe, in reasonable detail, the basis on which the Company
has become a Well-Known Seasoned Issuer, and (ii) the Company shall, as promptly as practicable and subject to any Shelf Suspension, Register, under an Automatic Shelf Registration Statement, the sale of all of the Registrable Securities in
accordance with the terms of this Agreement. The Company shall use its reasonable best efforts to file such Automatic Shelf Registration Statement as promptly as practicable but in no event later than thirty (30) days after it becomes aware
that it has become a Well-Known Seasoned Issuer as provided above, and to cause such Automatic Shelf Registration Statement to remain effective thereafter until the earlier of the date (x) on which all of the securities covered by such
Automatic Shelf Registration Statement are no longer Registrable Securities and (y) on which the Company cannot extend the effectiveness of such Automatic Shelf Registration Statement (including by filing a new and substantially similar
Automatic Shelf Registration Statement) because it is no longer eligible for use of Form S-3 or is otherwise prohibited from doing so pursuant to SEC Guidance. The Company shall give written notice of filing
such Automatic Shelf Registration Statement to all of the Holders as promptly as practicable thereafter. At any time after the filing of an Automatic Shelf Registration Statement by the Company, if it is reasonably likely that it will no longer be a
Well-Known Seasoned Issuer as of a future determination date (the “Determination Date”), as promptly as practicable and at least thirty (30) days prior to such Determination Date, the Company shall (A) give written notice
thereof to all of the Holders and (B) use its reasonable best efforts to file a Registration Statement with respect to a Shelf Registration in accordance with this Section 2.02, treating all selling stockholders
identified as such in the Automatic Shelf Registration Statement (and amendments or supplements thereto) as Requesting Holders and use all reasonable best efforts to have such Registration Statement declared effective. Any Registration pursuant to
Αυτό Section 2.02(g) shall be deemed a Shelf Registration for purposes of this Agreement; provided, however that any Registration pursuant to this Section 2.02(g) shall not be counted
as an additional Demand Registration for purposes of subclause (i) in Section 2.01(a).

SECTION
2.03. Piggyback Registration.

(a) Participation. If the Company at any time proposes to file a Registration
Statement with respect to any offering of its Common Shares for its own account or for the account of any other Persons (other than pursuant to (i) a Registration Statement filed under Section 2.01 ou
Section 2.02, it being understood that this clause (i) does not limit the rights of Holders to make written requests pursuant to Section 2.01 ou Section 2.02 ou
otherwise limit the applicability thereof, (ii) a Registration Statement on Form S-4 or Form S-8, (iii) a Registration of securities solely relating to an
offering and sale to employees, directors or consultants of the Company or its Subsidiaries pursuant to any employee stock plan or other employee benefit plan arrangement, (iv) a Registration not otherwise covered by clause (ii) above
pursuant to which the Company is offering to exchange its own securities for other securities, (v) a Registration Statement relating solely to dividend reinvestment or similar plans or (vi) a

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Shelf Registration Statement pursuant to which only the initial purchasers and subsequent transferees of debt securities of the Company or any of its Subsidiaries that are convertible or
exchangeable for Company Shares and that are initially issued pursuant to Rule 144A and/or Regulation S (or any successor provisions) of the Securities Act may resell such debt securities and sell the Company Shares into which such debt securities
may be converted or exchanged) (any such offering, other than pursuant to a Registration described in the foregoing clauses (i)-(vi), a “Company Public Sale”), then, (A) as soon as practicable (but in no event less than ten
(10) Business Days prior to the proposed date of filing of such Registration Statement), the Company shall give written notice of such proposed filing to all Holders, and such notice shall offer each Holder the opportunity to Register under
such Registration Statement such number of Registrable Securities as such Holder may request in writing delivered to the Company within five (5) Business Days of delivery of such written notice by the Company. Subject to
Section 2.03(b), the Company shall include in such Registration Statement all such Registrable Securities that are requested by Holders to be included therein in compliance with the immediately foregoing sentence (a
"Piggyback Registration”); provided, that if at any time after giving written notice of its intention to Register any equity securities and prior to the effective date of the Registration Statement filed in connection with
such Piggyback Registration, the Company shall determine for any reason not to Register or to delay Registration of the equity securities covered by such Piggyback Registration, the Company shall give written notice of such determination to each
Holder that had requested to Register its, his or her Registrable Securities in such Registration Statement and, thereupon, (1) in the case of a determination not to Register, shall be relieved of its obligation to Register any Registrable
Securities in connection with such Registration (but not from its obligation to pay the Registration Expenses in connection therewith, to the extent payable) and (2) in the case of a determination to delay Registering, shall be permitted to
delay Registering any Registrable Securities, for the same period as the delay in Registering the other equity securities covered by such Piggyback Registration. If the offering pursuant to such Registration Statement is to be underwritten, the
Company shall so advise the Holders as a part of the written notice given pursuant this Section 2.03(a), and each Holder making a request for a Piggyback Registration pursuant to this
Section 2.03(a) must, and the Company shall make such arrangements with the managing underwriter or underwriters so that each such Holder may, participate in such Underwritten Offering, subject to the conditions of
Section 2.03(b). If the offering pursuant to such Registration Statement is to be on any other basis, the Company shall so advise the Holders as part of the written notice given pursuant to this
Section 2.03(a), and each Holder making a request for a Piggyback Registration pursuant to this Section 2.03(a) must, and the Company shall make such arrangements so that each such Holder may,
participate in such offering on such basis, subject to the conditions of Section 2.03(b). Each Holder shall be permitted to withdraw all or part of its Registrable Securities from a Piggyback Registration at any time
prior to the effectiveness of such Registration Statement.

(b) Priority of Piggyback
Registration
. If the managing underwriter or underwriters of any proposed Underwritten Offering of Registrable Securities included in a Piggyback Registration informs the Company and the Holders that have requested to participate in such
Piggyback Registration in writing that, in its or their good-faith opinion, the number of securities which such Holders and any other Persons intend to include in such offering exceeds the Maximum Offering Size, then the aggregate number of
securities to be included in such Registration shall be (i) first, 100% of the securities that the Company proposes to sell, (ii) δεύτερος, the number of Registrable Securities that, in the good-faith opinion of such managing
underwriter or underwriters, can be sold without exceeding the Maximum Offering Size, which number shall be allocated pro rata among the Holders that have requested to participate in such Registration based on the relative number of Registrable
Securities so requested to be included by each such Holder and (iii) third, any other securities eligible for inclusion in such Registration that, in the good-faith opinion of the managing underwriter or underwriters, can be sold without
exceeding the Maximum Offering Size.

(c) No Effect on Demand and Shelf
Registrations
. No Registration of Registrable Securities effected pursuant to a request under this Section 2.03 shall be deemed to have been effected pursuant to Section 2.01 ou
Section 2.02 or shall relieve the Company of its obligations under Section 2.01 ou Section 2.02.

SECTION 2.04. Black-out Periods.

(a) Black-out Periods for Holders. À
case of any Company Public Sale or an offering of Registrable Securities pursuant to Section 2.01 ou Section 2.02 that is an Underwritten Offering, each Participating Holder (and its Affiliates)
beneficially owning (without giving effect to the existence of any group (within the meaning of Section 13(d)(3) or Section 14(d)(2) of the Exchange Act, or any successor provision)) Registrable

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Securities representing beneficial ownership of 5% or more of the outstanding shares of Common Stock agrees with the Company, if requested by the managing underwriter or underwriters in such
Underwritten Offering, to execute a lock-up agreement in customary form, in which the Participating Holders may be required to agree not to (1) offer for sale, sell, pledge, or otherwise dispose of (or
enter into any transaction or device that is designed to, or could be expected to, result in the disposition by any person at any time in the future of) any Company Shares (including Company Shares that may be deemed to be beneficially owned by the
undersigned in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Commission and Company Shares that may be issued upon exercise of any Company Share Equivalents without giving effect to the existence of any group (within the meaning of
Section 13(d)(3) or Section 14(d)(2) of the Exchange Act, or any successor provision)) or securities convertible into or exercisable or exchangeable for Company Shares or (2) enter into any swap or other derivatives transaction that
transfers to another, in whole or in part, any of the economic benefits or risks of ownership of Company Shares, whether any such transaction described in clause (1) or (2) above is to be settled by delivery of Company Shares or other
securities, in cash or otherwise, in each case, during the period that is sixty (60) days (or such greater or lesser period as may be reasonably requested by the managing underwriter or underwriters to accommodate regulatory restrictions on
(i) the publication or other distribution of research reports and (ii) analyst recommendations and opinions, including, but not limited to, the restrictions contained in the FINRA rules or any successor provisions or amendments thereto)
after the date of the commencement of such Underwritten Offering, to the extent timely notified in writing by the Company or the managing underwriter or underwriters (or such other period as may be reasonably requested by the managing underwriter or
underwriters); provided, that the duration of the foregoing restrictions shall be no longer than the duration of the shortest restriction generally imposed by the underwriters on (i) the Company, (ii) the Chief Executive Officer
and/or the Chief Financial Officer of the Company (or persons in substantially equivalent positions), in their capacities as such, or (iii) on any other holder of more than 5% of the Company Shares, in each case, in connection with such
Underwritten Offering; provided, further, that nothing herein will prevent any Participating Holder that is a partnership, limited liability company, corporation or other entity from making a distribution of Registrable Securities to
the partners, members, stockholders or other equityholders thereof or a transfer to an Affiliate that is otherwise in compliance with the applicable securities laws, so long as such distributees or transferees agree to be bound by the restrictions
set forth in this Section 2.04(a), or participating in any merger, acquisition or similar change of control transaction. Notwithstanding the foregoing, any lock-up agreement to be
executed shall contain additional exceptions as may be agreed by the Participating Holders and the managing underwriter. Αυτό Section 2.04 shall not prohibit any transaction by any Participating Holder that is permitted by
its lock-up agreement entered into in connection with an Underwritten Offering with the managing underwriter or underwriters in such Underwritten Offering (as such
lock-up agreement is modified or waived by such managing underwriter or underwriters from time to time). The Company may impose stop-transfer instructions with respect to the Company Shares (or other
securities) subject to the foregoing restriction until the end of the period referenced above.

(b) Black-out Period for the Company. Dans
the case of an offering of Registrable Securities pursuant to Section 2.01 that is an Underwritten Offering, or pursuant to Section 2.02 that is an Underwritten Offering, the Company agrees, if
requested by a Requesting Holder (or Requesting Holders, as the case may be) or the managing underwriter or underwriters in such Underwritten Offering, not to (1) offer for sale, sell, pledge, or otherwise dispose of (or enter into any
transaction or device that is designed to, or could be expected to, result in the disposition by any person at any time in the future of) any Company Shares and any Company Shares that may be issued upon exercise of any Company Share Equivalents) or
securities convertible into or exercisable or exchangeable for Company Shares or (2) enter into any swap or other derivatives transaction that transfers to another, in whole or in part, any of the economic benefits or risks of ownership of
Company Shares, whether any such transaction described in clause (1) or (2) above is to be settled by delivery of Company Shares or other securities, in cash or otherwise, in each case, during the period beginning seven (7) days
before, and ending sixty (60) days (or such greater or lesser period as may be reasonably requested by the managing underwriter or underwriters and agreed to by the Requesting Holder(s)) (or such other period as may be reasonably requested by
the managing underwriter or underwriters to accommodate regulatory restrictions on (i) the publication or other distribution of research reports and (ii) analyst recommendations and opinions, including, but not limited to, the restrictions
contained in the FINRA rules or any successor provisions or amendments thereto) after, the date of the commencement of such Underwritten Offering, to the extent timely notified in writing by a Requesting Holder or the managing underwriter or
underwriters, as the case may be; provided, that the duration of the foregoing restrictions shall be no longer than the duration of the shortest restriction generally imposed by the underwriters on (i) the Chief Executive Officer and/or
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equivalent positions), in their capacities as such, or (ii) on any other holder of more than 5% of the Company Shares, in each case, in connection with such Underwritten Offering. Αν
requested by the Requesting Holder(s) or the managing underwriter or underwriters of any such Underwritten Offering, the Company shall execute a separate lock-up agreement to the foregoing effect. Αυτό
Section 2.04 shall not prohibit any transaction by the Company that is permitted by its lock-up agreement or provision entered into in connection with an Underwritten Offering with
the managing underwriter or underwriters in such Underwritten Offering (as such lock-up agreement or provision is modified or waived by such managing underwriter or underwriters from time to time).
Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Company may effect a public sale or distribution of securities of the type described above and during the periods described above if such sale or distribution is made pursuant to registrations on Form S-4 or Form S-8 or as part of any registration of securities for offering and sale to employees, directors or consultants of the Company and its Subsidiaries pursuant to any
employee stock plan or other employee benefit plan arrangement. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Agreement, and subject to Section 2.11, the time periods during which the Company shall be required to file a
registration statement or otherwise effect an offering of securities pursuant to Section 2.01 ou Section 2.02 shall be extended for a period equal to the
lock-up period required under this Section 2.04(b) to the extent any Holder shall make a request for an offering or sale of securities under any such provision while any lock-up provision shall be in effect.

(c) Other
Shareholders
. The Company agrees to use its reasonable best efforts to obtain from each of its directors and executive officers an agreement not to effect any public sale or distribution of such securities during any period referred to in
Αυτό Section 2.04, except as part of any sales or distributions made pursuant to Registrations permitted under Section 2.04(b). Without limiting the foregoing (but subject to
Section 2.07), if after the date hereof the Company or any of its Subsidiaries grants any Person any rights to demand or participate in a Registration, the Company shall, and shall cause its Subsidiaries to, provide that
the agreement with respect thereto shall include such Person’s agreement to comply with any black-out period required by this Section 2.04 as if it were a Holder
hereunder. If requested by the Participating Holder(s) or the managing underwriter or underwriters of any such Underwritten Offering, the Company shall use reasonable best efforts to cause such persons referred to in the first sentence of this
Section 2.04(c) to execute a separate agreement to the foregoing effect. Αυτό Section 2.04 shall not prohibit any transaction by such person that is permitted by its
lock-up agreement entered into in connection with an Underwritten Offering with the managing underwriter or underwriters in such Underwritten Offering (as such lock-up
agreement is modified or waived by such managing underwriter or underwriters from time to time). The Company may impose stop-transfer instructions with respect to the Company Shares (or other securities) subject to the foregoing restriction until
the end of the period referenced above.

SECTION 2.05. Registration Procedures.

(a)        In connection with the Company’s Registration obligations under
Sections 2.01, 2.02 et 2.03 and subject to the applicable terms and conditions set forth therein, the Company shall use its reasonable best efforts to effect such Registration to permit the sale of such
Registrable Securities in accordance with the plan of distribution requested by the Participating Holder(s) and set forth in the applicable Registration Statement as expeditiously as reasonably practicable, and in connection therewith the Company
shall:

(i)            prepare the required Registration Statement, including
all exhibits and financial statements required under the Securities Act to be filed therewith, and before filing a Registration Statement, Prospectus or any Issuer Free Writing Prospectus, or any amendments or supplements thereto, (x) furnish
to the underwriters, if any, and the Participating Holders, if any, copies of all documents prepared to be filed, and provide such underwriters and the Participating Holders and their respective counsel with a reasonable opportunity to review and
comment on such documents prior to their filing and (y) except in the case of a Registration under Section 2.03, not file any Registration Statement or Prospectus or amendments or supplements thereto to which any
Participating Holder or the underwriters, if any, shall reasonably object; provided, that, if the Registration is pursuant to a Registration Statement on Form S-1 or Form
S-3 or any similar short-form Registration Statement, the Company shall include in such Registration Statement such additional information for marketing purposes as any Participating Holder or managing
underwriter reasonably requests in writing; provided, that the Company may exclude such additional information from the Registration Statement if in its opinion, in consultation with outside legal counsel, such information contains a material
misstatement of fact or omits to state a material fact required to be stated therein or necessary to make the statements therein not misleading;

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(ii)        prepare and file with the Commission such pre- and post-effective amendments to such Registration Statement, supplements to the Prospectus and such amendments or supplements to any Issuer Free Writing Prospectus as may be (x) reasonably requested by
any Participating Holder (to the extent such request relates to information relating to such Participating Holder), or (y) necessary to keep such Registration effective for the period of time required by this Agreement, and comply with
provisions of the applicable securities laws and SEC Guidance with respect to the sale or other disposition of all securities covered by such Registration Statement during such period in accordance with the intended method or methods of disposition
by the sellers thereof set forth in such Registration Statement, and prior to the filing of such amendments and supplements, furnish such amendments and supplements to the underwriters, if any, and the Participating Holders, if any, and provide such
underwriters and the Participating Holders and their respective counsel with an adequate and appropriate opportunity to review and comment on such amendments and supplements prior to their filing;

(iii)        promptly notify the Participating Holders and the managing underwriter or underwriters,
if any, and (if requested) confirm such advice in writing and provide copies of the relevant documents, as soon as reasonably practicable after notice thereof is received by the Company (A) when the applicable Registration Statement or any
amendment thereto has been filed or becomes effective, and when the applicable Prospectus or Issuer Free Writing Prospectus or any amendment or supplement thereto has been filed, (B) of any written comments by the Commission or any request by
the Commission or any other Governmental Authority for amendments or supplements to such Registration Statement, Prospectus or Issuer Free Writing Prospectus or for additional information, (C) of the issuance or threatened issuance by the
Commission of any stop order suspending or threatening to suspend the effectiveness of such Registration Statement or any order by the Commission or any other regulatory authority preventing or suspending the use of any preliminary or final
Prospectus or any Issuer Free Writing Prospectus or the initiation or threatening of any proceedings for such purposes, (D) if, at any time, the representations and warranties of the Company in any applicable underwriting agreement cease to be
true and correct in all material respects, (E) of the receipt by the Company of any notification with respect to the suspension of the qualification of the Registrable Securities for offering or sale in any jurisdiction and (F) of the
receipt by the Company of any notification with respect to the initiation or threatening of any proceeding for the suspension of the qualification of the Registrable Securities for offering or sale in any jurisdiction;

(iv)        promptly notify the Participating Holders and the managing underwriter or underwriters, if
any, when the Company becomes aware of the happening of any event as a result of which the applicable Registration Statement, the Prospectus included in such Registration Statement (as then in effect) or any Issuer Free Writing Prospectus contains
any untrue statement of a material fact or omits to state a material fact necessary to make the statements therein (in the case of such Prospectus, any preliminary Prospectus or any Issuer Free Writing Prospectus, in light of the circumstances under
which they were made) not misleading, when any Issuer Free Writing Prospectus includes information that may conflict with the information contained in the Registration Statement, or, if for any other reason it shall be necessary during such time
period to amend or supplement such Registration Statement, Prospectus or Issuer Free Writing Prospectus in order to comply with the Securities Act and, in either case as promptly as reasonably practicable thereafter, prepare and file with the
Commission, and furnish without charge to the Participating Holders and the managing underwriter or underwriters, if any, an amendment or supplement to such Registration Statement, Prospectus or Issuer Free Writing Prospectus which shall correct
such misstatement or omission or effect such compliance;

(v)        use its reasonable best
efforts to prevent, or obtain the withdrawal of, any stop order or other order suspending the use of any preliminary or final Prospectus or any Issuer Free Writing Prospectus;

(vi)        promptly incorporate in a Prospectus supplement, Issuer Free Writing Prospectus or
post-effective amendment to the applicable Registration Statement such information as the managing underwriter or underwriters and the Participating Holder(s) agree should be included therein relating to the plan of distribution with respect to such
Registrable Securities, and make all required filings of such Prospectus supplement, Issuer Free Writing Prospectus or post-effective amendment as soon as reasonably practicable after being notified of the matters to be incorporated in such
Prospectus supplement, Issuer Free Writing Prospectus or post-effective amendment;

(vii)        furnish to each Participating Holder and each underwriter, if any, without charge, as
many conformed copies as such Participating Holder or underwriter may reasonably request of the applicable Registration

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Statement and any amendment, post-effective amendment or supplement thereto, including financial statements and schedules, all documents incorporated therein by reference and all exhibits
(including any incorporated by reference), provided, that the Company, in its discretion, may satisfy its obligation to furnish any such documents to the Participating Holders and underwriters by filing such documents with the Commission so
they are publicly available on the Commission’s EDGAR website;

(viii)        deliver to each
Participating Holder and each underwriter, if any, without charge, as many copies of the applicable Prospectus (including each preliminary Prospectus), any Issuer Free Writing Prospectus and any amendment or supplement thereto as such Participating
Holder or underwriter may reasonably request (it being understood that the Company consents to the use of such Prospectus, any Issuer Free Writing Prospectus and any amendment or supplement thereto by such Participating Holder and the underwriters,
if any, in connection with the offering and sale of the Registrable Securities thereby) and such other documents as such Participating Holder or underwriter may reasonably request in order to facilitate the disposition of the Registrable Securities
by such Participating Holder or underwriter), provided, that the Company, in its discretion, may satisfy its obligation to deliver any such documents to the Participating Holders and underwriters by filing such documents with the Commission
so they are publicly available on the Commission’s EDGAR website;

(ix)        on or prior to
the date on which the applicable Registration Statement is declared effective, use its reasonable best efforts to register or qualify, and cooperate with the Participating Holders, the managing underwriter or underwriters, if any, and their
respective counsel, in connection with the registration or qualification of such Registrable Securities for offer and sale under the securities or “Blue Sky” laws of each state and other jurisdiction of the United States as any
Participating Holder or managing underwriter or underwriters, if any, or their respective counsel reasonably request in writing and do any and all other acts or things reasonably necessary or advisable to keep such registration or qualification in
effect for such period as required by Section 2.01(d) et Section 2.02(c), whichever is applicable, provided that the Company shall not be required to qualify generally to do business in any
jurisdiction where it is not then so qualified or to take any action which would subject it to taxation or general service of process in any such jurisdiction where it is not then so subject;

(x)        cooperate with the Participating Holders and the managing underwriter or underwriters, if
any, to facilitate the timely preparation and delivery of certificates representing Registrable Securities to be sold and not bearing any restrictive legends, and enable such Registrable Securities to be in such denominations and registered in such
names as the managing underwriters may request at least two (2) Business Days prior to any sale of Registrable Securities to the underwriters;

(xi)        use its reasonable best efforts to cause the Registrable Securities covered by the
applicable Registration Statement to be registered with or approved by such other Governmental Authorities as may be necessary to enable the seller or sellers thereof or the underwriter or underwriters, if any, to consummate the disposition of such
Registrable Securities;

(xii)        make such representations and warranties to the
Participating Holders and the underwriters or agents, if any, in form, substance and scope as are customarily made by issuers in secondary underwritten public offerings;

(xiii)        enter into such customary agreements (including underwriting and indemnification
agreements) and take all such other actions as any Participating Holder(s) or the managing underwriter or underwriters, if any, reasonably request in order to expedite or facilitate the Registration and disposition of such Registrable Securities;

(xiv)        obtain for delivery to the Participating Holders and to the underwriter or
underwriters, if any, an opinion or opinions from counsel for the Company dated the effective date of the Registration Statement or, in the event of an Underwritten Offering, the date of the closing under the underwriting agreement, in customary
form, scope and substance, which opinions shall be reasonably satisfactory to such Participating Holders or underwriters, as the case may be, and their respective counsel;

(xv)        in the case of an Underwritten Offering, obtain for delivery to the Company and the
managing underwriter or underwriters, with copies to the Participating Holders, a cold comfort letter from the Company’s independent certified public accountants in customary form and covering such matters of the type customarily

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covered by cold comfort letters as the managing underwriter or underwriters reasonably request, dated the date of execution of the underwriting agreement and brought down to the date of the
closing of the Underwritten Offering, as specified in the underwriting agreement;

(xvi)        cooperate with each Participating Holder and each underwriter, if any, participating in
the disposition of such Registrable Securities and their respective counsel in connection with any filings required to be made with the FINRA;

(xvii)        use its reasonable best efforts to comply with all applicable securities laws and make
available to its security holders, as soon as reasonably practicable, an earnings statement satisfying the provisions of Section 11(a) of the Securities Act and the rules and regulations promulgated thereunder;

(xviii)        provide and cause to be maintained a transfer agent and registrar for all Registrable
Securities covered by the applicable Registration Statement from and after a date not later than the effective date of such Registration Statement;

(xix)        use its reasonable best efforts to cause all Registrable Securities covered by the
applicable Registration Statement to be listed on each securities exchange on which any of the Company Shares are then listed or quoted and on each inter-dealer quotation system on which any of the Company Shares are then quoted;

(xx)        in connection with an Underwritten Offering, make available upon reasonable notice at
reasonable times and for reasonable periods for inspection by any Participating Holder, by any underwriter participating in any disposition to be effected pursuant to such Registration Statement and by any attorney, accountant or other agent
retained by such Participating Holder(s) or any such underwriter, all pertinent financial and other records, pertinent corporate documents and properties of the Company, and cause all of the Company’s officers, directors and employees and the
independent public accountants who have certified its financial statements to make themselves available to discuss the business of the Company and to supply all information reasonably requested by any such Person in connection with such Registration
Statement as shall be necessary to enable them to exercise their due diligence responsibility; et

(xxi)        in the case of an Underwritten Offering of Registrable Securities pursuant to a Demand
Registration or a Marketed Underwritten Shelf Take-Down, in each case, in an amount of at least (i) $150 million or (ii) 20% of the outstanding Registrable Securities, cause appropriate officers of the Company to participate in the customary
“road show” presentations that may be reasonably requested by the managing underwriter or underwriters in any such Underwritten Offering and otherwise use commercially reasonable efforts to facilitate, cooperate with, and participate in
each proposed Underwritten Offering contemplated herein and customary selling efforts related thereto provided, cela such participation shall not unreasonably interfere with the business operations of the Company.

(b)        The Company may require each Participating Holder to furnish to the Company such
information regarding the distribution of such securities and such other information relating to such Holder and its ownership of Registrable Securities as the Company may from time to time reasonably request in writing. Each Participating
Holder agrees to furnish such information to the Company and to cooperate with the Company as reasonably necessary to enable the Company to comply with the provisions of this Agreement.

(c)        Each Participating Holder agrees that, upon delivery of any notice by the Company of the
happening of any event of the kind described in Section 2.05(a)(iii)(C), (D), or (E) or Section 2.05(a)(iv), such Participating Holder will forthwith discontinue disposition of
Registrable Securities pursuant to such Registration Statement until (i) if such notice relates to an event of the kind described in Section 2.05(a)(iv), such Participating Holder’s receipt of the copies of the supplemented or amended
Prospectus or Issuer Free Writing Prospectus contemplated by Section 2.05(a)(iv), (ii) such Participating Holder is advised in writing by the Company that the use of the Prospectus or Issuer Free Writing Prospectus, as
the case may be, may be resumed, (iii) if such notice relates to an event of the kind described in Section 2.05(a)(iii)(C) ou (E), such Participating Holder is advised in writing by the Company of the
termination, expiration or cessation of the applicable order or suspension, and (iv) if such notice relates to an event of the kind described in Section 2.05(a)(iii)(D), such Participating Holder is advised in writing
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true and correct in all material respects. The Company may impose stop-transfer instructions with respect to the Registrable Securities subject to the foregoing restriction until the end of
the period referenced above. In the event the Company shall give any such notice, the period during which the applicable Registration Statement is required to be maintained effective shall be extended by the number of days during the period from and
including the date of the giving of such notice to and including the date when each seller of Registrable Securities covered by such Registration Statement either receives the copies of the supplemented or amended Prospectus or Issuer Free Writing
Prospectus contemplated by Section 2.05(a)(iv) or is advised in writing by the Company that the use of the Prospectus or Issuer Free Writing Prospectus may be resumed.

SECTION 2.06. Underwritten Offerings.

(a) Demand Registrations. If requested by the underwriters for any Underwritten
Offering requested by any Participating Holder pursuant to a Registration under Section 2.01, the Company shall enter into an underwriting agreement with such underwriters for such offering, such agreement to be reasonably
satisfactory in substance and form to the Company, each Participating Holder and the underwriters, and to contain such representations and warranties by the Company and such other terms as are generally prevailing in agreements of that type,
including indemnities no less favorable to the recipient thereof than those provided in Section 2.09. Each Participating Holder shall cooperate reasonably with the Company in the negotiation of such underwriting
agreement and shall give consideration to the reasonable suggestions of the Company regarding the form thereof. The Participating Holders shall be parties to such underwriting agreement, which underwriting agreement shall (i) contain such
representations and warranties by, and the other agreements on the part of, the Company to and for the benefit of such Participating Holders as are customarily made by issuers to selling stockholders in secondary underwritten public offerings and
(ii) provide that any or all of the conditions precedent to the obligations of such underwriters under such underwriting agreement also shall be conditions precedent to the obligations of such Participating Holders. Any such Participating
Holder shall not be required to make any representations or warranties to, or agreements with, the Company or the underwriters in connection with such underwriting agreement other than customary representations, warranties or agreements regarding
such Participating Holder (but not such Participating Holder’s knowledge about the Company), such Participating Holder’s title to the Registrable Securities, such Participating Holder’s authority to sell the Registrable Securities,
such Participating Holder’s intended method of distribution, absence of liens with respect to the Registrable Securities, receipt of all required consents and approvals with respect to the entry into such underwriting agreement and the sale of
such Registrable Securities and any other representations required to be made by such Participating Holder under applicable law, rule or regulation, and the aggregate amount of the liability of such Participating Holder in connection
with such underwriting agreement shall not exceed such Participating Holder’s net proceeds after underwriting commissions and discounts (but before any taxes and expenses which may be payable by such Participating Holder) from such Underwritten
Offering.

(b) Shelf Registrations. If requested by the underwriters for any
Underwritten Offering requested by any Participating Holder pursuant to a Registration under Section 2.02, the Company shall enter into an underwriting agreement with such underwriters for such offering, such agreement to
be reasonably satisfactory in substance and form to the Company, each Participating Holder and the underwriters, and to contain such representations and warranties by the Company and such other terms as are generally prevailing in agreements of that
type, including indemnities no less favorable to the recipient thereof than those provided in Section 2.09. Each Participating Holder shall cooperate reasonably with the Company in the negotiation of such underwriting
agreement and shall give consideration to the reasonable suggestions of the Company regarding the form thereof. The Participating Holders shall be parties to such underwriting agreement, which underwriting agreement shall (i) contain such
representations and warranties by, and the other agreements on the part of, the Company to and for the benefit of such Participating Holders as are customarily made by issuers to selling stockholders in secondary underwritten public offerings and
(ii) provide that any or all of the conditions precedent to the obligations of such underwriters under such underwriting agreement also shall be conditions precedent to the obligations of such Participating Holders. Any such Participating
Holder shall not be required to make any representations or warranties to, or agreements with, the Company or the underwriters in connection with such underwriting agreement other than customary representations, warranties or agreements regarding
such Participating Holder (but not such Participating Holder’s knowledge about the Company), such Participating Holder’s title to the Registrable

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Securities, such Participating Holder’s authority to sell the Registrable Securities, such Participating Holder’s intended method of distribution, absence of liens with respect to the
Registrable Securities, receipt of all required consents and approvals with respect to the entry into such underwriting agreement and the sale of such Registrable Securities and any other representations required to be made by such Participating
Holder under applicable law, rule or regulation, and the aggregate amount of the liability of such Participating Holder in connection with such underwriting agreement shall not exceed such Participating Holder’s net proceeds after
underwriting commissions and discounts (but before any taxes and expenses which may be payable by such Participating Holder) from such Underwritten Offering.

(c) Piggyback Registrations. If the Company proposes to Register any of its
securities under the Securities Act as contemplated by Section 2.03 and such securities are to be distributed in an Underwritten Offering through one or more underwriters, the Company shall, if requested by any Holder
pursuant to Section 2.03 and subject to the provisions of Section 2.03(b), use its reasonable best efforts to arrange for such underwriters to include on the same terms and conditions that apply to
the other sellers in such Registration all the Registrable Securities to be offered and sold by such Holder among the securities of the Company to be distributed by such underwriters in such Registration. The Participating Holders shall be
parties to the underwriting agreement between the Company and such underwriters, which underwriting agreement shall (i) contain such representations and warranties by, and the other agreements on the part of, the Company to and for the benefit
of such Participating Holders as are customarily made by issuers to selling stockholders in secondary underwritten public offerings and (ii) provide that any or all of the conditions precedent to the obligations of such underwriters under such
underwriting agreement also shall be conditions precedent to the obligations of such Participating Holders. Any such Participating Holder shall not be required to make any representations or warranties to, or agreements with the Company or the
underwriters in connection with such underwriting agreement other than customary representations, warranties or agreements regarding such Participating Holder (but not such Participating Holder’s knowledge about the Company), such Participating
Holder’s title to the Registrable Securities, such Participating Holder’s authority to sell the Registrable Securities, such Participating Holder’s intended method of distribution, absence of liens with respect to the Registrable
Securities, receipt of all required consents and approvals with respect to the entry into such underwriting agreement and the sale of such Registrable Securities or any other representations required to be made by such Participating Holder under
applicable law, rule or regulation, and the aggregate amount of the liability of such Participating Holder in connection with such underwriting agreement shall not exceed such Participating Holder’s net proceeds after underwriting commissions
and discounts (but before any taxes and expenses which may be payable by such Participating Holder) from such Underwritten Offering.

(d) Participation in Underwritten Registrations. Subject to the provisions of
Sections 2.06(a), (b) and (c) above, no Person may participate in any Underwritten Offering hereunder unless such Person (i) agrees to sell such Person’s securities on the basis provided in any
underwriting arrangements approved by the Persons entitled to approve such arrangements and (ii) completes and executes all questionnaires, powers of attorney, indemnities, underwriting agreements and other documents reasonably required under
the terms of such underwriting arrangements.

(e) Price and Underwriting
Discounts
. In the case of an Underwritten Offering under Section 2.01 ou Section 2.02, the price, underwriting discount and other financial terms for the Registrable Securities shall be
determined by the Requesting Holder(s) participating in such Underwritten Offering.

SECTION
2.07. No Inconsistent Agreements; Additional Rights. The Company is not currently a party to, and shall not hereafter enter into any agreement with respect to its securities that is
inconsistent with the rights granted to the Holders by this Agreement, including allowing any other holder or prospective holder of any securities of the Company (a) registration rights in the nature or substantially in the nature of those set
forth in Section 2.01, Section 2.02 ou Section 2.03 that would have priority over the Registrable Securities with respect to the inclusion of such securities in any
Registration (except to the extent such registration rights are solely related to Registrations of the type contemplated by Section 2.03(a)(ii) through (iv)) or (b) demand registration rights in the
nature or substantially in the nature of those set forth in Section 2.01 ou Section 2.01 that are exercisable prior to such time as the Requesting Holders can first exercise their rights under
Section 2.01 ou Section 2.02.

SECTION
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doubt, in connection with any Demand Registration, Shelf Registration or any Shelf Take-Down), including (i) all registration and filing fees, and any other fees and expenses associated with
filings required to be made with the Commission or FINRA, including, if applicable, the reasonable and documented fees and expenses of any “qualified independent underwriter,” as such term is defined in FINRA Rule 5121 (or any successor
provision) and of its counsel (ii) all fees and expenses in connection with compliance with any securities or “Blue Sky” laws (including fees and disbursements of one firm of counsel for the underwriters in connection with “Blue
Sky” qualifications of the Registrable Securities up to an aggregate maximum of $25,000), (iii) all printing, duplicating, word processing, messenger, telephone, facsimile and delivery expenses (including expenses of printing certificates
for the Registrable Securities in a form eligible for deposit with The Depository Trust Company and of printing Prospectuses and Issuer Free Writing Prospectuses), (iv) all fees and disbursements of counsel for the Company and of all
independent certified public accountants of the Company (including the expenses of any special audits incidental to or required by any Registration or qualification and cold comfort letters required by or incident to such performance),
(v) Securities Act liability insurance or similar insurance if the Company so desires, (vi) all fees and expenses incurred in connection with the listing of Registrable Securities on any securities exchange or quotation of the Registrable
Securities on any inter-dealer quotation system, (vii) all fees and expenses of any special experts or other Persons retained by the Company in connection with any Registration, (viii) all of the Company’s internal expenses (including
all salaries and expenses of its officers and employees performing legal or accounting duties), (ix) all expenses incurred by the Company and its directors and officers related to any analyst or investor presentations or any “road-shows”
for any Underwritten Offering, including all travel, meals and lodging, (x) reasonable and documented fees, out-of-pocket costs and expenses of one firm of counsel
selected by the Holder(s) of a majority of the Registrable Securities covered by each Registration Statement, (xi) fees and disbursements of underwriters customarily paid by issuers and sellers of securities, but excluding any underwriting
fees, discounts and commissions attributable to the sale of Registrable Securities, (xii) transfer agents’ and registrars’ fees and expenses and the fees and expenses of any other agent or trustee appointed in connection with such
offering, (xiii) fees and expense payable in connection with any ratings of the Registrable Securities, including expenses relating to any presentations to rating agencies and (xiv) any other fees and disbursements customarily paid by the
issuers of securities. All such fees and expenses are referred to herein as “Registration Expenses.” The Company shall not be required to pay any underwriting fees, discounts and commissions, or any transfer taxes or similar
taxes or charges, if any, attributable to the sale of Registrable Securities, and all such fees, discounts, commissions, taxes and charges related to any Registrable Securities shall be the sole responsibility of the Holder of such Registrable
Securities.

SECTION 2.09. Indemnification.

(a) Indemnification by the Company. The Company agrees to indemnify and hold
harmless, to the fullest extent permitted by law, each of the Holders, each of their respective direct or indirect partners, members or shareholders and each of such partner’s, member’s or shareholder’s partners members or
shareholders and, with respect to all of the foregoing Persons, each of their respective Affiliates, employees, directors, officers, trustees or agents and each Person who controls (within the meaning of the Securities Act or the Exchange Act) such
Persons and each of their respective Representatives (collectively, the “Stockholder Parties”) from and against any and all losses, penalties, judgments, suits, costs, claims, damages, liabilities and expenses, joint or several
(including reasonable and documented costs and expenses of investigation and reasonable and documented attorneys’, accountants’ and experts’ fees and expenses) (each, a “Loss” and collectively
"Losses”) insofar as such Losses arise out of or are relating to (i) any failure by the Company to comply with the covenants and agreements contained in this Agreement, (ii) any untrue or alleged untrue statement of a
material fact contained in any Registration Statement under which such Registrable Securities were registered under the Securities Act (including any final, preliminary or summary Prospectus contained therein or any amendment or supplement thereto
or any documents incorporated by reference therein, which shall include any information that has been deemed to be a part of any Prospectus under Rule 159 under the Securities Act), any Issuer Free Writing Prospectus or amendment or supplement
thereto, (iii) any omission or alleged omission to state therein a material fact required to be stated therein or necessary to make the statements therein (in the case of a Prospectus, preliminary Prospectus or Issuer Free Writing Prospectus,
in light of the circumstances under which they were made) not misleading, and the Company will reimburse, as incurred, each such Stockholder Party for any legal and any other expenses reasonably incurred in connection with investigating or defending
any such claim, loss, damage, liability or action; provided, that the Company shall not be liable to any Stockholder Party to the extent that any such Loss arises out of or is relating to an untrue statement or alleged untrue statement or
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document in reliance upon and in conformity with written information furnished to the Company by such indemnified party expressly for use in the preparation thereof (including without
limitation any written information provided for inclusion in the Registration Statement pursuant to Section 2.05(a)(i)). This indemnity shall be in addition to any liability the Company may otherwise have. Such
indemnity shall remain in full force and effect regardless of any investigation made by or on behalf of such Holder or any Stockholder Party and shall survive the transfer of such securities by such Holder. The Company shall also indemnify
underwriters, selling brokers, dealer managers and similar securities industry professionals participating in the distribution, their officers and directors and each Person who controls such Persons (within the meaning of the Securities Act and the
Exchange Act) as may be reasonably requested by any such parties and on customary terms.

(b) Indemnification by the Participating Holders. Each Participating Holder agrees
(severally and not jointly) to indemnify and hold harmless, to the fullest extent permitted by law, the Company, its directors and officers and each Person who controls the Company (within the meaning of the Securities Act or the Exchange Act), and
each other Holder, each of such other Holder’s respective direct or indirect partners, members or shareholders and each of such partner’s, member’s or shareholder’s partners members or shareholders and, with respect to all of the
foregoing Persons, each of their respective Affiliates, employees, directors, officers, trustees or agents and each Person who controls (within the meaning of the Securities Act or the Exchange Act) such Persons and each of their respective
Representatives from and against (i) any Losses resulting from any untrue statement or alleged untrue statement of a material fact contained in any Registration Statement under which such Participating Holder’s Registrable Securities were
registered under the Securities Act (including any final, preliminary or summary Prospectus contained therein or any amendment or supplement thereto or any documents incorporated by reference therein, which shall include any information that has
been deemed to be a part of any Prospectus under Rule 159 under the Securities Act) or any Issuer Free Writing Prospectus or amendment or supplement thereto, or (ii) any Losses resulting from any omission or alleged omission to state therein a
material fact required to be stated therein or necessary to make the statements therein (in the case of a Prospectus, preliminary Prospectus or Issuer Free Writing Prospectus, in light of the circumstances under which they were made) not misleading,
in each case to the extent, but only to the extent, that such untrue statement or omission is contained in information furnished in writing by such Participating Holder to the Company specifically for inclusion in such Registration Statement
(including, without limitation, any written information provided for inclusion in the Registration Statement pursuant to Section 2.05(a)(i)) and has not been corrected in a subsequent writing prior to or concurrently with
the sale of the Registrable Securities to the Person asserting the claim, in each case to the extent, but only to the extent, that such untrue statement (or alleged untrue statement) or omission (or alleged omission) was made in such Registration
Statement, Prospectus, offering circular, Issuer Free Writing Prospectus or other document, in reliance upon and in conformity with written information furnished to the Company by such Participating Holder expressly for use therein, and
(iii) in the event that the Company notifies such Participating Holder in writing of the occurrence of an event of the type specified in Section 2.05(a)(iv), to the extent, and only to the extent, of any Losses
resulting from such Participating Holder’s use of an outdated or defective Prospectus or Issuer Free Writing Prospectus after the date of such notice and prior to the date that its disposition of Registrable Securities pursuant to such
Registration Statement may be resumed pursuant to Section 2.05(c) or, if applicable, such Participating Holder’s failure to use the supplemented or amended Prospectus or Issuer Free Writing Prospectus delivered to it
pursuant to Section 2.05(a)(iv), but only to the extent that the use of such supplemented or amended Prospectus or Issuer Free Writing Prospectus would have corrected the misstatement or omission giving rise to such Loss,
and (iv) in the event that the Company delivers to such Participating Holder a Postponing Officer’s Certificate or a Suspending Officer’s Certificate, to the extent, and only to the extent, of any Losses resulting from such
Participating Holder’s disposition of Registrable Securities pursuant to such Registration Statement after the date of such certificate in contravention of the applicable restrictions under Sections 2.01(b) or 2.02(e). In no event shall the
liability of such Participating Holder hereunder be greater in amount than the dollar amount of the net proceeds after underwriting commissions and discounts (but before any taxes and expenses which may be payable by such Participating Holder)
received by such Participating Holder under the sale of Registrable Securities giving rise to such indemnification obligation.

(c) Conduct of Indemnification Proceedings. Any Person entitled to indemnification
under this Section 2.09 shall (i) give prompt written notice to the indemnifying party of any claim with respect to which it seeks indemnification (provided that any failure to so notify the indemnifying party
shall relieve the indemnifying party of its obligations hereunder only to the extent, if at all, that it is actually and materially prejudiced by reason of such failure) and (ii) permit such indemnifying party to assume the defense of such
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right to select and employ separate counsel and to participate in the defense of such claim, but the fees and expenses of such counsel shall be at the expense of such Person unless (A) the
indemnifying party has agreed in writing to pay such fees or expenses, (B) the indemnifying party shall have failed to assume the defense of such claim within a reasonable time after delivery of notice of such claim from the Person entitled to
indemnification hereunder and employ counsel reasonably satisfactory to such Person, (C) the indemnified party has reasonably concluded (based upon advice of independent outside counsel) that there may be legal defenses available to it that are
different from or in addition to those available to the indemnifying party, or (D) in the reasonable judgment of any such indemnified party (based upon advice of independent outside counsel), an actual or potential conflict of interest exists
between such Person and the indemnifying party with respect to such claims (in which case, if the Person notifies the indemnifying party in writing that such Person elects to employ separate counsel at the expense of the indemnifying party, the
indemnifying party shall not have the right to assume the defense of such claim on behalf of such Person). If the indemnifying party assumes the defense, the indemnifying party shall not have the right to settle such action, consent to entry of
any judgment or enter into any settlement, in each case without the prior written consent (not to be unreasonably withheld) of the indemnified party, unless the entry of such judgment or settlement (i) includes as an unconditional term thereof
the giving by the claimant or plaintiff to such indemnified party of an unconditional release from all liability in respect to such claim or litigation and (ii) does not include a statement as to or an admission of fault, culpability or a
failure to act by or on behalf of such indemnified party, and provided that any sums payable in connection with such settlement are paid in full by the indemnifying party. If such defense is not assumed by the indemnifying party, the
indemnifying party will not be subject to any liability for any settlement made without its prior written consent, but such consent may not be unreasonably withheld. It is understood that the indemnifying party or parties shall not, except as
specifically set forth in this Section 2.09(c), in connection with any proceeding or related proceedings in the same jurisdiction, be liable for the reasonable fees, disbursements or other charges of more than one separate
firm admitted to practice in such jurisdiction at any one time unless (x) the employment of more than one counsel has been authorized in writing by the indemnifying party or parties, (y) an indemnified party has reasonably concluded (based
on the advice of counsel) that there may be legal defenses available to it that are different from or in addition to those available to the other indemnified parties, or (z) a conflict or potential conflict exists or may exist (based upon
advice of counsel to an indemnified party) between such indemnified party and the other indemnified parties, in each of which cases the indemnifying party shall be obligated to pay the reasonable fees and expenses of such additional counsel or
counsels not to exceed, at any one time, a total of two (2) separate firms, in the aggregate for all indemnified parties, admitted to practice in such jurisdiction.

(d) Contribution. If for any reason the indemnification provided for in
paragraphs (a) and (b) of this Section 2.09 is unavailable to an indemnified party or insufficient in respect of any Losses referred to therein, then the indemnifying party shall contribute to the amount paid or
payable by the indemnified party as a result of such Loss in such proportion as is appropriate to reflect the relative fault of the indemnifying party on the one hand and the indemnified party or parties on the other hand in connection with the
acts, statements or omissions that resulted in such losses, as well as any other relevant equitable considerations. In connection with any Registration Statement filed with the Commission by the Company, the relative fault of the indemnifying
party on the one hand and the indemnified party on the other hand shall be determined by reference to, among other things, whether any untrue or alleged untrue statement of a material fact or the omission or alleged omission to state a material fact
relates to information supplied by the indemnifying party or by the indemnified party and the parties’ relative intent, knowledge, access to information and opportunity to correct or prevent such statement or omission. The parties hereto
agree that it would not be just or equitable if contribution pursuant to this Section 2.09(d) were determined by pro rata allocation or by any other method of allocation that does not take account of the
equitable considerations referred to in this Section 2.09(d). No Person guilty of fraudulent misrepresentation (within the meaning of Section 11(f) of the Securities Act) shall be entitled to contribution from any
Person who was not guilty of such fraudulent misrepresentation. The amount paid or payable by an indemnified party as a result of the Losses referred to in Sections 2.09(a) et 2.09(b) shall be deemed to
include, subject to the limitations set forth above, any legal or other expenses reasonably incurred by such indemnified party in connection with investigating or defending any such action or claim. Notwithstanding the provisions of this
Section 2.09(d), in connection with any Registration Statement filed by the Company, a Participating Holder shall not be required to contribute any amount in excess of the dollar amount of the net proceeds after
underwriting commissions and discounts (but before any taxes and expenses which may be payable by such Participating Holder) received by such Participating Holder under the sale of Registrable Securities giving rise to such contribution obligation
less any amount paid by such Participating Holders pursuant to Section 2.09(b). Each Participating Holder’s obligation to

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contribute pursuant to this Section 2.09 is several in the proportion that the proceeds of the offering received by such Participating Holder bears to the total proceeds
of the offering received by all such Participating Holders and not joint. If indemnification is available under this Section 2.09, the indemnifying parties shall indemnify each indemnified party to the full extent provided
in Sections 2.09(a) et 2.09(b) hereof without regard to the provisions of this Section 2.09(d).

(e) No Exclusivity. The remedies provided for in this
Section 2.09 are not exclusive and shall not limit any rights or remedies which may be available to any indemnified party at law or in equity or pursuant to any other agreement.

(f) Survival. The indemnities provided in this
Section 2.09 shall survive the transfer of any Registrable Securities by such Holder.

(g) Other Indemnification. Indemnification similar to that specified herein (with
appropriate modifications) shall be given by the Company and each Participating Holder with respect to any required registration or other qualification of securities under any law other than the Securities Act or the Exchange Act.

SECTION 2.10. Rules 144 and 144A and Regulation S. The Company covenants that it
will file the reports required to be filed by it under the Securities Act and the Exchange Act and the rules and regulations adopted by the Commission thereunder (or, if the Company is not required to file such reports, it will, upon the reasonable
request of any Holder, make publicly available such necessary information for so long as necessary to permit sales pursuant to Rules 144, 144A or Regulation S under the Securities Act), all to the extent required from time to time to enable the
Holders to sell Registrable Securities without Registration under the Securities Act within the limitation of the exemptions provided by (i) Rules 144, 144A or Regulation S under the Securities Act, as such Rules may be amended from time to
time, or (ii) any similar rule or regulation hereafter adopted by the Commission. Upon the reasonable request of a Holder, the Company will deliver to such Holder a written statement as to whether it has complied with such requirements
and, if not, the specifics thereof.

SECTION 2.11. Limitation on Registrations and
Underwritten Offerings
. Notwithstanding the rights and obligations set forth in Section 2.01 et Section 2.02, in no event shall the Company be obligated to take any action to effect any
Demand Registration or any Marketed Underwritten Shelf Take-Down within 90 days after the consummation of either a previous Demand Registration or Marketed Underwritten Shelf Take-Down.

SECTION 2.12. In-Kind Distributions. Αν
any Holder seeks to effectuate an in-kind distribution of all or part of its Company Shares to such Holder’s direct or indirect equityholders, the Company will reasonably cooperate with and assist such
Holder, such equityholders and the Company’s transfer agent to facilitate such in-kind distribution in the manner reasonably requested by such Holder (including the delivery of instruction letters by the
Company or its counsel to the Company’s transfer agent, the delivery of customary legal opinions by counsel to the Company and the delivery of Company Shares without restrictive legends, to the extent the restrictions set forth therein are no
longer applicable).

SECTION 2.13. Foreign Private Issuer Status. Upon the
Company becoming aware that it fails to qualify as a Foreign Private Issuer (it being understood that the Company shall determine whether it qualifies as a Foreign Private Issuer on the last business day of each second fiscal quarter), the Company
shall give written notice to all of the Holders as promptly as practicable but in no event later than ten (10) Business Days after the last business day of such fiscal quarter, and such notice shall describe, in reasonable detail, the basis on
which the Company has failed to qualify as a Foreign Private Issuer.

ARTICLE III

MISCELLANEOUS

SECTION
3.01. Term. This Agreement shall terminate with respect to any Holder upon the date on which such Holder ceases to hold Registrable Securities, except for the provisions of Sections 2.09
and 2.10
, which shall survive any such termination. No termination under this Agreement shall relieve any Person of liability for breach prior to termination. In the event this Agreement is terminated, each Person entitled to indemnification

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rights pursuant to Section 2.09 hereof shall retain such indemnification rights with respect to any matter that (i) may be an indemnified liability thereunder and
(ii) occurred prior to such termination.

SECTION 3.02. Injunctive
Relief
. It is hereby agreed and acknowledged that it will be impossible to measure in money the damage that would be suffered if the parties fail to comply with any of the obligations herein imposed on them and that in the event of any such
failure, an aggrieved Person will be irreparably damaged and will not have an adequate remedy at law. Any such Person shall, therefore, be entitled (in addition to any other remedy to which it may be entitled in law or in equity) to injunctive
relief, including specific performance, to enforce such obligations, and if any action should be brought in equity to enforce any of the provisions of this Agreement, none of the parties hereto shall raise the defense that there is an adequate
remedy at law.

SECTION 3.03. Notices. Unless otherwise specified herein, all
notices, consents, approvals, reports, designations, requests, waivers, elections and other communications authorized or required to be given pursuant to this Agreement shall be in writing and shall be deemed to have been given (a) when
personally delivered, (b) when transmitted via facsimile, with confirmation of transmission, to the number set out below or on Schedule I, as applicable, (c) the day following the day (except if not a Business Day then the next
Business Day) on which the same has been delivered prepaid to a reputable national overnight air courier service, (d) when transmitted via email (including via attached pdf document), with confirmation of receipt, to the email address set out
below or on Schedule Moi, as applicable or (e) the third Business Day following the day on which the same is sent by certified or registered mail, postage prepaid, in each case to the respective parties as applicable, at
the address set out below or on Schedule Moi (or such other address as such Holder may specify by notice to the Company in accordance with this Section 3.03) and the Company at the following
addresses:

To the Company:

Pacific Drilling S.A.

11700
Katy Freeway, Suite 175

Houston, Texas 77079

Attention: Lisa Buchanan, General Counsel

Facsimile: (832) 201-9883

Email: l.buchanan@pacificdrilling.com

with a copy (which shall not constitute notice) to:

Jones Walker LLP

8555 United
Plaza Blvd.

Baton Rouge, LA 70809

Attention: Dionne Rousseau

Facsimile: (225) 248-3026

Email: drousseau@joneswalker.com

SECTION
3.04. Recapitalization. The provisions of this Agreement shall apply to the full extent set forth herein with respect to any and all equity securities of the Company or any successor or
assign of the Company (whether by merger, consolidation, sale of assets or otherwise) which may be issued in respect of, in conversion of, in exchange for or in substitution of, the Registrable Securities and shall be appropriately adjusted for any
stock dividends, splits, reverse splits, combinations, recapitalizations and the like occurring after the date hereof. The Company shall cause any successor or assign (whether by merger, consolidation, sale of assets or otherwise) to assume this
Agreement or enter into a new registration rights agreement with the Holders on terms substantially the same as this Agreement as a condition of any such transaction.

SECTION 3.05. Amendment. The terms and provisions of this Agreement may only be
amended, modified or waived at any time and from time to time by a writing executed by the Company and the Holders of a majority of the Registrable Securities then outstanding; provided, that if any such amendment,

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modification or waiver shall adversely affect the rights of any Holder, the consent of all such affected Holders shall be required.

SECTION 3.06. Successors, Assigns and Transferees. The rights and obligations of
each party hereto may not be assigned, in whole or in part, without the written consent of the Company; provided, however, that notwithstanding the foregoing, the rights and obligations set forth herein may be assigned, in whole or in
part, by any Holder to any of its Affiliates and such transferee shall, with the consent of the transferring Holder, be treated as a “Holder” for all purposes of this Agreement (each Person to whom the rights and obligations are assigned
in compliance with this Section 3.06 is a “Permitted Assignee” and all such Persons, collectively, are “Permitted Assignees”); provided, further, that such transferee shall
only be admitted as a party hereunder upon its, his or her execution and delivery of a joinder agreement in substantially the form attached as Exhibit A hereto, agreeing to be bound by the terms and conditions of this
Agreement as if such Person were a party hereto (together with any other documents the Holders determine are necessary to make such Person a party hereto), whereupon such Person will be treated as a Holder for all purposes of this Agreement, with
the same rights, benefits and obligations hereunder as the transferring Holder with respect to the transferred Registrable Securities (except that if the transferee was a Holder prior to such transfer, such transferee shall have the same rights,
benefits and obligations with respect to such transferred Registrable Securities as were applicable to Registrable Securities held by such transferee prior to such transfer).

SECTION 3.07. Binding Effect. Except as otherwise provided in this Agreement, the
terms and provisions of this Agreement shall be binding on and inure to the benefit of each of the parties hereto and their respective successors and permitted assigns.

SECTION 3.08. Third Party Beneficiaries. Nothing in this Agreement, express or
implied, is intended or shall be construed to confer upon any Person not a party hereto (other than those Persons entitled to indemnity or contribution under Section 2.09, each of whom shall be a third party beneficiary
thereof) any right, remedy or claim under or by virtue of this Agreement.

SECTION
3.09. Governing Law; Jurisdiction; Agent For Service. THIS AGREEMENT SHALL BE GOVERNED AND CONSTRUED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, WITHOUT REGARD TO THE CONFLICTS OF
LAW PRINCIPLES THEREOF. EACH OF THE PARTIES HERETO IRREVOCABLY AND UNCONDITIONALLY (I) AGREES THAT ANY LEGAL SUIT, ACTION OR PROCEEDING AGAINST THE COMPANY ARISING OUT OF OR BASED UPON THIS AGREEMENT OR THE TRANSACTIONS CONTEMPLATED HEREBY
MAY BE INSTITUTED IN THE FEDERAL COURTS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA LOCATED IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK OR THE COURTS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK LOCATED IN THE CITY AND COUNTY OF NEW YORK (COLLECTIVELY, THE “SPECIFIED
COURTS
”), (II) WAIVES, TO THE FULLEST EXTENT IT MAY EFFECTIVELY DO SO, ANY OBJECTION WHICH IT MAY NOW OR HEREAFTER HAVE TO THE LAYING OF VENUE OF ANY SUIT, ACTION OR OTHER PROCEEDING IN THE SPECIFIED COURTS AND IRREVOCABLY AND
UNCONDITIONALLY WAIVE AND AGREE NOT TO PLEAD OR CLAIM IN ANY SUCH COURT THAT ANY SUCH SUIT, ACTION OR OTHER PROCEEDING BROUGHT IN ANY SUCH COURT HAS BEEN BROUGHT IN AN INCONVENIENT FORUM AND (III) SUBMITS TO THE EXCLUSIVE JURISDICTION (EXCEPT
FOR PROCEEDINGS INSTITUTED IN REGARD TO THE ENFORCEMENT OF A JUDGMENT OF ANY SUCH COURT, AS TO WHICH SUCH JURISDICTION IS NON-EXCLUSIVE) OF SUCH COURTS IN ANY SUCH SUIT, ACTION OR PROCEEDING. THE COMPANY
HEREBY IRREVOCABLY CONSENTS TO SERVICE OF PROCESS AT THE ADDRESS SPECIFIED IN SECTION 3.03 HEREOF, IN ANY MANNER PERMITTED BY THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, IN ANY SUCH ACTION ARISING OUT OF OR BASED ON THIS AGREEMENT OR THE TRANSACTIONS
CONTEMPLATED HEREBY WHICH MAY BE INSTITUTED IN ANY SPECIFIED COURT AND HEREBY WAIVES ANY REQUIREMENTS OF OR OBJECTIONS TO PERSONAL JURISDICTION WITH RESPECT THERETO. SERVICE OF PROCESS UPON THE COMPANY AT THE ADDRESS SPECIFIED IN SECTION 3.03
HEREOF SHALL BE DEEMED, IN EVERY RESPECT, EFFECTIVE SERVICE OF PROCESS UPON THE COMPANY.

SECTION
3.10. Waiver of Jury Trial. EACH OF THE PARTIES HERETO HEREBY WAIVES TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW ANY RIGHT IT MAY HAVE TO

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A TRIAL BY JURY WITH RESPECT TO ANY LITIGATION DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY ARISING OUT OF, UNDER OR IN CONNECTION WITH THIS AGREEMENT OR ANY OF THE TRANSACTIONS CONTEMPLATED HEREBY. EACH OF THE
PARTIES HEREBY (A) CERTIFIES THAT NO REPRESENTATIVE, AGENT OR ATTORNEY OF THE OTHER PARTY HAS REPRESENTED, EXPRESSLY OR OTHERWISE, THAT SUCH OTHER PARTY WOULD NOT, IN THE EVENT OF LITIGATION, SEEK TO ENFORCE THE FOREGOING WAIVER AND
(B) ACKNOWLEDGES THAT IT HAS BEEN INDUCED TO ENTER INTO THIS AGREEMENT AND THE TRANSACTIONS CONTEMPLATED BY THIS AGREEMENT, AS APPLICABLE, BY, AMONG OTHER THINGS, THE MUTUAL WAIVERS AND CERTIFICATIONS IN THIS SECTION 3.10.

SECTION 3.11. Immunity Waiver. The Company hereby irrevocably waives, to the
fullest extent permitted by law, any immunity to jurisdiction to which it may otherwise be entitled (including, without limitation, immunity to pre-judgment attachment, post-judgment attachment and execution)
in any legal suit, action or proceeding against it arising out of or based on this Agreement.

SECTION
3.12. Entire Agreement. This Agreement sets forth the entire agreement among the parties hereto with respect to the subject matter hereof. Any prior agreements or understandings among
the parties hereto regarding the subject matter hereof, whether written or oral, are superseded by this Agreement.

SECTION
3.13. Severability. If any provision of this Agreement shall be held to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable, the validity, legality and enforceability of the remaining provisions shall not
in any way be affected or impaired thereby.

SECTION 3.14. Counterparts. Αυτό
Agreement may be executed in one or more counterparts, each of which shall be deemed an original, and all of which shall constitute one and the same agreement. A signed copy of this Agreement delivered by facsimile, email or other means of
electronic transmission shall be deemed to have the same legal effect as delivery of an original signed copy of this Agreement.

SECTION
3.15. Headings. The heading references herein and in the table of contents hereto are for convenience purposes only, do not constitute a part of this Agreement and shall not be deemed to
limit or affect any of the provisions hereof.

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this Agreement as of the day and year first
above written.

PACIFIC DRILLING S.A.
By: /s/ Paul T. Reese
Name:    Paul T. Reese
Title:      Chief Executive Officer

(Signature Page to
Registration Rights Agreement)


HOLDERS:

ABRAMS CAPITAL PARTNERS I, L.P.
By:  Abrams Capital Management, L.P., its investment manager
By:  Abrams Capital Management, LLC, its general partner
By: /s/ David Abrams
Name:    David Abrams
Title:      Managing Member
(Contact Information Omitted)

(Signature Page to
Registration Rights Agreement)


WHITECREST PARTNERS, LP
By:  Abrams Capital Management, L.P., its investment manager
By:  Abrams Capital Management, LLC, its general partner
By: /s/ David Abrams
Name:    David Abrams
Title:      Managing Member
(Contact Information Omitted)

(Signature Page to
Registration Rights Agreement)


ABRAMS CAPITAL PARTNERS II, L.P.
By:  Abrams Capital Management, L.P., its investment manager
By:  Abrams Capital Management, LLC, its general partner
By: /s/ David Abrams
Name:    David Abrams
Title:      Managing Member
(Contact Information Omitted)

(Signature Page to
Registration Rights Agreement)


GREAT HOLLOW INTERNATIONAL, L.P.
By:  Abrams Capital Management, L.P., its investment manager
By:  Abrams Capital Management, LLC, its general partner
By: /s/ David Abrams
Name:    David Abrams
Title:      Managing Member
(Contact Information Omitted)

(Signature Page to
Registration Rights Agreement)


AVENUE ENERGY OPPORTUNITIES FUND II, L.P.
By:  Avenue Energy Opportunities Partners II, LLC, its General Partner
By:  GL Energy Opportunities Partners II, LLC, its Managing Member
By: /s/ Sonia Gardner
Name:    Sonia Gardner
Title:      President
AVENUE PPF OPPORTUNITIES FUND, L.P.
By:  Avenue PPF Opportunities Fund GenPar, LLC, its General Partner
By: /s/ Sonia Gardner
Name:    Sonia Gardner
Title:      President

(Signature Page to
Registration Rights Agreement)


AVENUE ENERGY OPPORTUNITIES FUND L.P.
By:  Avenue Energy Opportunities Partners, LLC, its General Partner
By:  GL Energy Opportunities Partners, LLC, its Managing Member
By: /s/ Sonia Gardner
Name:    Sonia Gardner
Title:      President
AVENUE SPECIAL OPPORTUNITIES FUND II, L.P.
By:  Avenue SO Capital Partners II, LLC, its General Partner
By:  GL SO Partners II, LLC, its Managing Member
By: /s/ Sonia Gardner
Name:    Sonia Gardner
Title:      President

(Signature Page to
Registration Rights Agreement)


AVENUE STRATEGIC OPPORTUNITIES FUND, L.P.
By: Avenue Strategic Opportunities Fund GenPar, LLC, its General Partner
By: GL Strategic Opportunities Partners, LLC, its sole member
By: /s/   Sonia Gardner
Name: Sonia Gardner
Title: President
AVENUE-ASRS EUROPE OPPORTUNITIES FUND, L.P.
By: Avenue-ASRS Europe Opportunities Fund GenPar, LLC, its General Partner
By: GL ASRS Europe Partners, LLC, its Managing Member
By: /s/   Sonia Gardner
Name: Sonia Gardner
Title: President

(Signature Page to
Registration Rights Agreement)


AVENUE EUROPE SPECIAL SITUATIONS FUND III
(U.S.), L.P.
By: Avenue Europe Capital Partners III, LLC, its General Partner
By: GL Europe Partners III, LLC, its Managing Member
By: /s/   Sonia Gardner
Name: Sonia Gardner
Title: President
AVENUE EUROPE SPECIAL SITUATIONS FUND III (EURO), L.P.
By: Avenue Europe Capital Partners III, LLC, its General Partner
By: GL Europe Partners III, LLC, its Managing Member
By: /s/   Sonia Gardner
Name: Sonia Gardner
Title: President

(Signature Page to
Registration Rights Agreement)


AVENUE EUROPE OPPORTUNITIES MASTER FUND, L.P.
By: Avenue Europe Opportunities Fund GenPar, LLC, its General Partner
By: /s/   Sonia Gardner
Name: Sonia Gardner
Title: President

(Signature Page to
Registration Rights Agreement)


Japan Trustee Services Bank, LTD. Re: Fidelity Strategic Income Fund (Mother) by Fidelity Management & Research Company as Investment Manager
By: /s/   Adrien Deberghes
Name: Adrien Deberghes
Title: Authorized Signatory
(Contact Information Omitted)
Fidelity U.S. Multi-Cap Investment Trust, by its manager Fidelity Investments Canada ULC
By: /s/   Colm Hogan
Name: Colm Hogan
Title: Authorized Signatory
(Contact Information Omitted)

(Signature Page to
Registration Rights Agreement)


Master Trust Bank of Japan Ltd. Re: Fidelity Us High
Yield, By: Fidelity Management & Research Company as
Investment Manager
By: /s/   Adrien Deberghes
Name: Adrien Deberghes
Title: Authorized Signatory
(Contact Information Omitted)
Fidelity Funds SICAV / Fidelity Funds – US High Yield,
By: Fidelity Management & Research Company, as sub-advisor
By: /s/   Adrien Deberghes
Name: Adrien Deberghes
Title: Authorized Signatory
(Contact Information Omitted)

(Signature Page to
Registration Rights Agreement)


Fidelity Advisor Series I: Fidelity Advisor High Income Advantage Fund
By: /s/ Colm Hogan
Name: Colm Hogan
Title: Authorized Signatory
(Contact Information Omitted)
Fidelity Mt. Vernon Street: Fidelity New Millennium Fund
By: /s/ Colm Hogan
Name: Colm Hogan
Title: Authorized Signatory
(Contact Information Omitted)

(Signature Page to
Registration Rights Agreement)


Fidelity Puritan Trust: Fidelity Puritan Fund
By: /s/ Colm Hogan
Name: Colm Hogan
Title: Authorized Signatory
(Contact Information Omitted)
Fidelity American High Yield Fund, by its manager Fidelity Investmesnts Canada ULC
By: /s/ Colm Hogan
Name: Colm Hogan
Title: Authorized Signatory
(Contact Information Omitted)

(Signature Page to
Registration Rights Agreement)


Fidelity U.S. All Cap Fund, by its manager Fidelity Investments Canada ULC
By: /s/ Colm Hogan
Name: Colm Hogan
Title: Authorized Signatory
(Contact Information Omitted)
Fidelity Canadian Balanced Fund, by its manager Fidelity Investments Canada ULC
By: /s/ Colm Hogan
Name: Colm Hogan
Title: Authorized Signatory
(Contact Information Omitted)

(Signature Page to
Registration Rights Agreement)


Fidelity Summer Street Trust: Fidelity Global High Income Fund
By: /s/ Colm Hogan
Name: Colm Hogan
Title: Authorized Signatory
(Contact Information Omitted)
Fidelity Contrafund: Fidelity Advisors New Insights Fund
By: /s/ Colm Hogan
Name: Colm Hogan
Title: Authorized Signatory
(Contact Information Omitted)

(Signature Page to
Registration Rights Agreement)


Fidelity Concord Street Trust: Fidelity Mid-Cap Stock Fund
By: /s/ Colm Hogan
Name: Colm Hogan
Title: Authorized Signatory
(Contact Information Omitted)
Fidelity Mid-Cap Stock Commingled Pool
By: /s/ Colm Hogan
Name: Colm Hogan
Title: Authorized Signatory
(Contact Information Omitted)

(Signature Page to
Registration Rights Agreement)


1992 MSF INTERNATIONAL LTD
By:  Highbridge Capital Management, LLC, as Trading Manager
By: /s/ Jonathan Segal
Name: Jonathan Segal
Title: Managing Director

1992 TACTICAL CREDIT MASTER FUND, L.P.

By:  Highbridge Capital Management, LLC, as Trading Member
By: /s/ Jonathan Segal
Name: Jonathan Segal
Title: Managing Director

(Signature Page to
Registration Rights Agreement)


YELLOW SAPPHIRE S.A.R.L.
By: /s/ James Dougherty
Name: James Dougherty
Title: Authorized Signatory
By: /s/ Julien Goffin
Name: Julien Goffin
Title: Authorized Signatory
(Contact Information Omitted)
STRATEGIC VALUE SPECIAL SITUATIONS MASTER FUND IV, L.P.
By:  SVP Special Situations IV LLC, its Investment Manager
By: /s/ James Dougherty
Name: James Dougherty
Title: Chief Financial Officer

(Signature Page to
Registration Rights Agreement)


RATHGAR S.A.R.L.
By: /s/ James Dougherty
Name: James Dougherty
Title: Authorized Signatory
By: /s/ Julien Goffin
Name: Julien Goffin
Title: Authorized Signatory
(Contact Information Omitted)

(Signature Page to
Registration Rights Agreement)


QUEENS GATE S.A.R.L.
By: /s/ James Dougherty
Name: James Dougherty
Title: Authorized Signatory
By: /s/ Julien Goffin
Name: Julien Goffin
Title: Authorized Signatory
(Contact Information Omitted)

(Signature Page to
Registration Rights Agreement)


KINGS FOREST S.A.R.L.
By: /s/ James Dougherty
Name: James Dougherty
Title: Authorized Signatory
By: /s/ Julien Goffin
Name: Julien Goffin
Title: Authorized Signatory
(Contact Information Omitted)

(Signature Page to
Registration Rights Agreement)


RINGSEND S.A.R.L.
By: /s/ James Dougherty
Name: James Dougherty
Title: Authorized Signatory
By: /s/ Julien Goffin
Name: Julien Goffin
Title: Authorized Signatory

(Contact Information Omitted)

(Signature Page to
Registration Rights Agreement)


STRATEGIC VALUE MASTER FUND, LTD.
By: Strategic Value Partners, LLC, its Investment Manager
By: /s/ James Dougherty
Name: James Dougherty
Title: Chief Financial Officer

STRATEGIC VALUE OPPORTUNITIES FUND,
L.P.

By: SVP Special Sitautions III-A LLC, its Investment
Manager
By: /s/ James Dougherty
Name: James Dougherty
Title: Chief Financial Officer

STRATEGIC VALUE SPECIAL SITUATIONS MASTER
FUND III,
L.P.

By: SVP Special Sitautions III-A LLC, its Investment
Manager
By: /s/ James Dougherty
Name: James Dougherty
Title: Chief Financial Officer

(Signature Page to
Registration Rights Agreement)


WHITEBOX RELATIVE VALUE PARTNERS, L.P.
By: Whitebox Advisors LLC, its Investment Manager
By: /s/ Mark Strefling
Name: Mark Strefling
Title: Chief Executive Officer and General Counsel
(Contact Information Omitted)
WHITEBOX CREDIT PARTNERS, L.P.
By: Whitebox Advisors LLC, its Investment Manager
By: /s/ Mark Strefling
Name: Mark Strefling
Title: Chief Executive Officer and General Counsel
(Contact Information Omitted)

(Signature Page to
Registration Rights Agreement)


WHITEBOX GT FUND, LP
By: Whitebox Advisors LLC, its Investment Manager
By: /s/ Mark Strefling
Name: Mark Strefling
Title: Chief Executive Officer and General Counsel
(Contact Information Omitted)
WHITEBOX MULTI-STRATEGY PARTNERS, L.P.
By: Whitebox Advisors LLC, its Investment Manager
By: /s/ Mark Strefling
Name: Mark Strefling
Title: Chief Executive Officer and General Counsel
(Contact Information Omitted)

(Signature Page to
Registration Rights Agreement)


PANDORA SELECT PARTNERS, L.P.
By: Whitebox Advisors LLC, its Investment Manager
By: /s/ Mark Strefling
Name: Mark Strefling
Title: Chief Executive Officer and General Counsel
(Contact Information Omitted)

(Signature Page to
Registration Rights Agreement)


WHITEBOX ASYMMETRIC PARTNERS, L.P.
By: Whitebox Advisors LLC, its Investment Manager
By: /s/ Mark Strefling
Name: Mark Strefling
Title: Chief Executive Officer and General Counsel
WHITEBOX CAJA BLANCA FUND, LP
By: Whitebox Caja Blanca GP LLC, its General Partner
By: Whitebox Advisors LLC, its Investment Manager
By: /s/ Mark Strefling
Name: Mark Strefling
Title: Chief Executive Officer and General Counsel

(Signature Page to
Registration Rights Agreement)


Quantum Pacific (Gibraltar) Limited
By: /s/ John Frank Megginson
Name: John Frank Megginson
Title: Director
(Contact Information Omitted)

Witnessed by: /s/ Karen Carson
Karen Carson
Associate of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators Membership # 1073887

(Signature Page to
Registration Rights Agreement)


SCHEDULE I

HOLDERS

1

ABRAMS CAPITAL MANAGEMENT, L.P. ENTITIES:

Abrams Capital Partners I, L.P.

Abrams Capital Partners II,
L.P.

Whitecrest Partners, LP

Great Hollow International,
L.P.

Contact Information:

(omitted)

With a copy to:

Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton &
Garrison, LLP

1285 Avenue of the Americas

New York, New
York, 10019

Attn: Andrew Rosenberg

Email:
arosenberg@paulweiss.com

2

AVENUE CAPITAL GROUP, LLC ENTITIES:

Avenue Energy Opportunities Fund II, L.P.

Avenue PPF
Opportunities Fund, L.P.

Avenue Energy Opportunities Fund, L.P.

Avenue Special Opportunities Fund II, L.P.

Avenue Strategic
Opportunities Fund, L.P.

Avenue-ASRS Europe Opportunities Fund, L.P.

Avenue Europe Special Situations Fund III (U.S.), L.P.

Avenue
Europe Special Situations Fund III (Euro), L.P.

Avenue Europe Opportunities Master Fund, L.P.

Contact Information:

(omitted)

With a copy to:

Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton &
Garrison, LLP

1285 Avenue of the Americas

New York, New
York, 10019

Attn: Andrew Rosenberg

Email:
arosenberg@paulweiss.com

3

FIDELITY MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH COMPANY ENTITIES:

1


Master Trust Bank Of Japan Ltd. Re: Fidelity Us High Yield

Fidelity Funds SICAV / Fidelity Funds – US High Yield

Fidelity Advisor Series I: Fidelity Advisor High Income Advantage Fund

Fidelity Mt. Vernon Street: Fidelity New Millennium Fund

Fidelity Puritan Trust: Fidelity Puritan Fund

Fidelity American
High Yield Fund

Fidelity U.S. All Cap Fund

Fidelity
Canadian Balanced Fund

Japan Trustee Services Bank, Ltd. Re: Fidelity Strategic Income Fund (Mother)

Fidelity US Multi-Cap Investment Trust

Fidelity Summer Street Trust: Fidelity Global High Income Fund

Fidelity Contrafund: Fidelity Advisors New Insights Fund

Fidelity Concord Street Trust: Fidelity Mid-Cap Stock Fund

Fidelity Mid-Cap Stock Commingled Pool

Contact Information:

(omitted)

With a copy to:

Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton &
Garrison, LLP

1285 Avenue of the Americas

New York, New
York, 10019

Attn: Andrew Rosenberg

Email:
arosenberg@paulweiss.com

4

HIGHBRIDGE CAPITAL MANAGEMENT, LLC ENTITIES:

1992 MSF International Ltd.

1992 Tactical Credit Master Fund,
L.P.

Contact Information:

(omitted)

With a copy to:

Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton &
Garrison, LLP

1285 Avenue of the Americas

New York, New
York, 10019

Attn: Andrew Rosenberg

Email:
arosenberg@paulweiss.com

5

STRATEGIC VALUE PARTNERS, LLC ENTITIES:

Kings Forest S.a.r.l.

Queens Gate S.a.r.l.

Rathgar S.a.r.l.

2


Ringsend S.a.r.l.

Yellow Sapphire S.a.r.l.

Strategic Value Master Fund Ltd.

Strategic Value Opportunities Fund, LP

Strategic Value Special
Situations Master Fund III, LP

Strategic Value Special Situation Master Fund IV, LP

Contact Information:

(omitted)

With a copy to:

Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton &
Garrison, LLP

1285 Avenue of the Americas

New York, New
York, 10019

Attn: Andrew Rosenberg

Email:
arosenberg@paulweiss.com

6

WHITEBOX ADVISORS LLC ENTITIES:

Whitebox Asymmetric Partners, L.P.

Whitebox Caja Blanca Fund,
LP

Whitebox Relative Value Partners, L.P.

Whitebox Credit
Partners, L.P.

Whitebox GT Fund, LP

Whitebox Multi-Strategy
Partners, L.P.

Pandora Select Partners, L.P.

Contact
Information:

(omitted)

With a copy to:

Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, LLP

1285
Avenue of the Americas

New York, New York, 10019

Attn:
Andrew Rosenberg

Email: arosenberg@paulweiss.com

7

QUANTUM PACIFIC ENTITY:

Quantum Pacific (Gibraltar) Limited

Contact Information:

(omitted)

3


With a copy to:

Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP

Four Times
Square

New York, NY 10036-6522

Attn: Jay M. Goffman

Email: jay.goffman@skadden.com

et

Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP

40 Bank
Street

Canary Wharf

London, E14 5DS

Attn: James A. McDonald

Email: James.McDonald@skadden.com

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EXHIBIT A

FORM OF JOINDER

THIS
JOINDER (this “Joinder”) to the Registration Rights Agreement dated as of November 19, 2018, by and among Pacific Drilling S.A., a public limited liability company (société anonyme) organized under the laws of the
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg having its registered office at 8-10, Avenue de la Gare, L-610, Luxembourg and registered with the Luxembourg register of commerce and
companies under registration number B159658 (the “Company”), and the Persons set forth on Schedule I thereto (the “Registration Rights Agreement”), is made and entered into as of
(                ), by and between the Company
and                (                ) (the “Assuming Holder”).
Capitalized terms used herein but not otherwise defined shall have the meanings set forth in the Registration Rights Agreement.

WHEREAS,
the Assuming Holder has acquired certain Registrable Securities from (                ).

NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants and agreements herein contained, the parties to this Joinder hereby agree as
follows:

Agreement to be Bound. The Assuming Holder hereby agrees that upon execution of this Joinder, it shall become a party to
the Registration Rights Agreement and shall be fully bound by, and subject to, all of the covenants, terms and conditions of the Registration Rights Agreement as though an original party thereto and shall be deemed a Holder for all purposes thereof.

Successors and Assigns. Except as otherwise provided herein, this Joinder shall bind and inure to the benefit of and be
enforceable by the Company and its successors, heirs and assigns and the Assigning Holder and its successors, heirs and assigns.

Notices. For purposes of Section 3.03 (Notices) of the Registration Rights Agreement, all notices,
requests and demands to the Assigning Holder shall be directed to:

(Name)

(Address)

Governing Law. The provisions of Section 3.09 (Governing Law; Jurisdiction; Agent for Service),
Section 3.10 (Waiver of Jury Trial) and Section 3.14 (Counterparts) of the Registration Rights Agreement are incorporated herein by reference as if set forth in full herein and shall
apply to the terms and provisions of this Joinder and the parties hereto mutatis mutandis.

Descriptive Headings. o
descriptive headings of this Joinder are inserted for convenience only and do not constitute a part of this Joinder.

*    *    *    *    *

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this Joinder to the Registration
Rights Agreement as of the date first written above.

PACIFIC DRILLING S.A.
By:

Name:
Title:
(ASSUMING HOLDER)
By:

Name:
Title:

Exhibit 2.3

PACIFIC DRILLING S.A.

et

WILMINGTON TRUST, NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION,

As Trustee and Collateral Agent

8.375% FIRST LIEN NOTES DUE 2023

FIRST SUPPLEMENTAL INDENTURE

DATED AS OF NOVEMBER 19, 2018


This FIRST SUPPLEMENTAL INDENTURE, dated as of November 19, 2018 (this “Supplemental
Indenture
”), is between Pacific Drilling S.A. (the “Company”), and Wilmington Trust, National Association, as Trustee (the “Trustee”) and as Collateral Agent (the “Collateral
Agent
”).

RECITALS

WHEREAS, Pacific Drilling First Lien Escrow Issuer Limited (the “Escrow Issuer”) and the Trustee entered into an Indenture,
dated as of September 26, 2018 (as heretofore amended, supplemented or otherwise modified, the “Indenture”), providing for the issuance of the Escrow Issuer’s 8.375% First Lien Notes due 2023 (the
"Notes”).

WHEREAS, Section 5.03 of the Indenture requires the Company to execute this Supplemental Indenture
in connection with the Assumption (as defined in the Indenture);

WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 9.01(c) of the Indenture the Issuer,
the Trustee and the Collateral Agent are each authorized to execute and deliver this Supplemental Indenture, without the consent of Holders of the Notes; et

WHEREAS, all acts and things prescribed by the Indenture, by law and by the Articles of Association of the Company and of the Trustee and
Collateral Agent necessary to make this Supplemental Indenture a valid instrument legally binding on the Company, the Trustee and the Collateral Agent, in accordance with its terms, have been duly done and performed;

NOW, THEREFORE, to comply with the provisions of the Indenture and in consideration of the above premises, the Company, the Trustee and the
Collateral Agent covenant and agree for the equal and proportionate benefit of the respective Holders of the Notes as follows:

Section 1. Capitalized Terms. Capitalized terms used herein without definition shall have the meanings
ascribed to them in the Indenture.

Section 2. Relation to Indenture. This Supplemental Indenture is
supplemental to the Indenture and does and shall be deemed to form a part of, and shall be construed in connection with and as part of, the Indenture for any and all purposes.

Section 3. Effectiveness of Supplemental Indenture. This Supplemental Indenture shall become effective
immediately upon its execution and delivery by each of the Company and the Trustee.

Section 4. Agreement
to be Bound.
The Company hereby assumes all obligations of the Issuer and the Company under the Indenture and the Notes for the due and punctual payment of the principal of and interest and any Applicable Premium, if applicable, on all Notes
issued pursuant to the Indenture and the performance and observance of each other obligation and covenant set forth in the Indenture to be performed or observed on the part of the Issuer or the Company (except with respect to any obligation and
covenant that is expressly specified to be performed or observed solely by the Escrow Issuer). The Company is hereby substituted for, and may exercise every right and power of, the Issuer under the Indenture with the same effect as if the Company
had been named as the Issuer in the Indenture, and the Company is a successor company under the Indenture.

Section 5. Ratification of Obligations. Except as specifically modified herein, the Indenture and the Notes
are in all respects ratified and confirmed (mutatis mutandis) and shall remain in full force and effect in accordance with their terms.

Section 6. The Trustee. Except as otherwise expressly provided herein, no duties, responsibilities or
liabilities are assumed, or shall be construed to be assumed, by the Trustee or Collateral Agent by reason of this Supplemental Indenture. This Supplemental Indenture is executed and accepted by the Trustee subject to all the terms and conditions
set forth in the Indenture with the same force and effect as if those terms and conditions were


repeated at length herein and made applicable to the Trustee with respect hereto. Neither the Trustee nor Collateral Agent makes any representation as to the validity or sufficiency of this
Supplemental Indenture.

Section 7. Governing Law. THIS SUPPLEMENTAL INDENTURE SHALL BE GOVERNED BY,
AND CONSTRUED IN ACCORDANCE WITH, THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK.

Section 8. Counterparts. o
parties may sign any number of copies of this Supplemental Indenture. Each signed copy shall be an original, but all of such executed copies together shall represent the same agreement. Signature of the parties hereto transmitted by facsimile or PDF
shall be deemed to be their original signatures for all purposes.

(Signatures on following pages)


IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Supplemental Indenture to be duly
executed, all as of the date first written above.

COMPANY:

PACIFIC DRILLING S.A.,

by
/s/ Paul
Reese
Name: Paul Reese
Title:   Chief Executive Officer

TRUSTEE AND COLLATERAL AGENT:

WILMINGTON TRUST, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION

by
/s/ Shawn
Goffinet
Name: Shawn Goffinet
Title:   Assistant Vice President

(Signature Page to First Supplemental Indenture – Assumption (First Lien Notes))

Exhibit 2.4

PACIFIC DRILLING S.A.

et

the Guarantors named herein

8.375% FIRST LIEN NOTES DUE 2023

SECOND SUPPLEMENTAL INDENTURE

DATED AS OF NOVEMBER 19, 2018,

WILMINGTON TRUST, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION,

As Trustee and Collateral Agent


This SECOND SUPPLEMENTAL INDENTURE, dated as of November 19, 2018, (this
"Supplemental Indenture”) is among Pacific Drilling S.A., (the “Company”), Pacific Drilling Operations Limited, Pacific Drilling V Limited, Pacific Drilling VII Limited, Pacific Drillship Nigeria
Limited, Pacific Sharav Korálolt Felelősségű Társaság, Pacific Bora Ltd., Pacific Mistral Ltd., Pacific Scirocco Ltd., Pacific Drilling Limited, Pacific Drilling, Inc., Pacific Drilling Operations, Inc., Pacific
Drilling, LLC, Pacific Drilling Finance S.à r.l., Pacific Drillship S.à r.l., Pacific Santa Ana S.à r.l., Pacific Sharav S.à r.l., Pacific Drilling (Gibraltar) Limited, Pacific Drillship (Gibraltar) Limited, Pacific
Drilling Holding (Gibraltar) Limited and Pacific Santa Ana (Gibraltar) Limited (each, a “Guaranteeing Subsidiary” and, collectively, the “Guaranteeing Subsidiaries”), which are subsidiaries of the
Company and Wilmington Trust, National Association, as trustee (the “Trustee”) and as Collateral Agent (the “Collateral Agent”).

RECITALS

WHEREAS, Pacific
Drilling First Lien Escrow Issuer Limited (the “Escrow Issuer”) and the Trustee entered into an Indenture, dated as of September 26, 2018 (the “Original Indenture”), providing for the issuance of the
Escrow Issuer’s 8.375% First Lien Notes due 2023 (the “Notes”).

WHEREAS, the Company has heretofore executed
and delivered to the Trustee and Collateral Agent the First Supplemental Indenture to the Original Indenture dated as of November 19, 2018 (the Original Indenture, as supplemented by such First Supplemental Indenture, the
"Indenture”), whereby the Company agreed to assume all of the obligations of the Issuer under the Notes and the Original Indenture;

WHEREAS, the Indenture provides that under certain circumstances each Guaranteeing Subsidiary shall execute and deliver to the Trustee and
Collateral Agent a supplemental indenture pursuant to which such Guaranteeing Subsidiary shall become a Guarantor;

WHEREAS,
Section 9.01(i) of the Indenture provides that the Company, the Guarantors and the Trustee and Collateral Agent may amend or supplement the Indenture in order to add any additional Guarantor with respect to the Notes, without the consent of the
Holders of the Notes; et

WHEREAS, all acts and things prescribed by the Indenture, by law and by the Certificate of Incorporation, the
Articles of Association and the Bylaws (or comparable constituent documents) of the Company, of the Guarantors and of the Trustee and Collateral Agent necessary to make this Supplemental Indenture a valid instrument legally binding on the Company,
the Guarantors and the Trustee and Collateral Agent, in accordance with its terms, have been duly done and performed;

NOW, THEREFORE, to
comply with the provisions of the Indenture and in consideration of the above premises, the Company, the Guaranteeing Subsidiaries and the Trustee and Collateral Agent covenant and agree for the equal and proportionate benefit of the respective
Holders of the Notes as follows:

Section 1. Capitalized Terms. Capitalized terms used herein without
definition shall have the meanings ascribed to them in the Indenture.

Section 2. Relation to
Indenture.
This Supplemental Indenture is supplemental to the Indenture and does and shall be deemed to form a part of, and shall be construed in connection with and as part of, the Indenture for any and all purposes.

Section 3. Effectiveness of Supplemental Indenture. This Supplemental Indenture shall become effective
immediately upon its execution and delivery by each of the Company, the Guaranteeing Subsidiaries and the Trustee and Collateral Agent.

Section 4. Agreement to Guarantee. Each Guaranteeing Subsidiary hereby agrees, by its execution of this
Supplemental Indenture, to be bound by the provisions of the Indenture applicable to Guarantors to the extent provided for and subject to the limitations therein, including Article 10 thereof.


Section 5. Ratification of Obligations. Except as specifically
modified herein, the Indenture and the Notes are in all respects ratified and confirmed (mutatis mutandis) and shall remain in full force and effect in accordance with their terms.

Section 6. The Trustee. Except as otherwise expressly provided herein, no duties, responsibilities or
liabilities are assumed, or shall be construed to be assumed, by the Trustee or Collateral Agent by reason of this Supplemental Indenture. This Supplemental Indenture is executed and accepted by the Trustee subject to all the terms and conditions
set forth in the Indenture with the same force and effect as if those terms and conditions were repeated at length herein and made applicable to the Trustee with respect hereto. Neither the Trustee nor Collateral Agent makes any representation as to
the validity or sufficiency of this Supplemental Indenture.

Section 7. Governing Law. THIS
SUPPLEMENTAL INDENTURE SHALL BE GOVERNED BY, AND CONSTRUED IN ACCORDANCE WITH, THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK.

Section 8. Counterparts. The parties may sign any number of copies of this Supplemental Indenture. Each
signed copy shall be an original, but all of such executed copies together shall represent the same agreement. Signature of the parties hereto transmitted by facsimile or PDF shall be deemed to be their original signatures for all purposes.

(Signatures on following pages)


IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Supplemental Indenture to be duly
executed, all as of the date first written above.

COMPANY:

PACIFIC DRILLING S.A.

by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:    Paul Reese
Title:      Chief Executive Officer

(Signature Page to Second Supplemental Indenture – Guarantor (First Lien Notes))


GUARANTEEING SUBSIDIARIES:

PACIFIC DRILLING OPERATIONS LIMITED

by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:    Paul Reese
Title:      President
PACIFIC DRILLING V LIMITED
by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:    Paul Reese
Title:      President
PACIFIC DRILLING VII LIMITED
by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:    Paul Reese
Title:      President
PACIFIC DRILLSHIP NIGERIA LIMITED
by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:    Paul Reese
Title:      President
PACIFIC SHARAV KORÁLOLT FELELŐSSÉGŰ TÁRSASÁG
by

/s/ Dick Verhaagen

Name:    Dick Verhaagen
Title:      Managing Director

(Signature Page to Second Supplemental Indenture – Guarantor (First Lien Notes))


PACIFIC BORA LTD.
by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:    Paul Reese
Title:      President
PACIFIC MISTRAL LTD.
by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:    Paul Reese
Title:      President
PACIFIC SCIROCCO LTD.
by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:    Paul Reese
Title:      President
PACIFIC DRILLING LIMITED
by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:    Paul Reese
Title:      President
PACIFIC DRILLING, INC.
by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:    Paul Reese
Title:      Chief Executive Officer
PACIFIC DRILLING OPERATIONS, INC.
by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:    Paul Reese
Title:      Chief Executive Officer
PACIFIC DRILLING, LLC
by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:    Paul Reese
Title:      Chief Executive Officer

(Signature Page to Second Supplemental Indenture – Guarantor (First Lien Notes))


PACIFIC DRILLING FINANCE S.à r.l.
by

/s/ Johannes Boots

Name:    Johannes Boots
Title:      Manager
PACIFIC DRILLSHIP S.à r.l.
by

/s/ Johannes Boots

Name:    Johannes Boots
Title:      Manager
PACIFIC SANTA ANA S.à r.l.
by

/s/ Johannes Boots

Name:    Johannes Boots
Title:      Manager
PACIFIC SHARAV S.à r.l.
by

/s/ Dick Verhaagen

Name:    Dick Verhaagen
Title:      Manager
PACIFIC DRILLING (GIBRALTAR) LIMITED
by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:    Paul Reese
Title:      Director

WITNESS:
by

/s/ Kathleen Gehlhausen

Name: Kathleen Gehlhausen
Address: (Contact Information Omitted.)
Title: Corporate Paralegal

PACIFIC DRILLSHIP (GIBRALTAR) LIMITED
by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:    Paul Reese
Title:      Director

WITNESS:
by

/s/ Kathleen Gehlhausen

Name: Kathleen Gehlhausen
Address: (Contact Information Omitted.)
Title: Corporate Paralegal

(Signature Page to Second Supplemental Indenture – Guarantor (First Lien Notes))


PACIFIC DRILLING HOLDING (GIBRALTAR) LIMITED
by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:    Paul Reese
Title:      Director

WITNESS:
by

/s/ Kathleen Gehlhausen

Name: Kathleen Gehlhausen
Address: (Contact Information Omitted.)
Title: Corporate Paralegal

PACIFIC SANTA ANA (GIBRALTAR) LIMITED
by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:    Paul Reese
Title:      Director

WITNESS:
by

/s/ Kathleen Gehlhausen

Name: Kathleen Gehlhausen
Address: (Contact Information Omitted.)
Title: Corporate Paralegal

(Signature Page to Second Supplemental Indenture – Guarantor (First Lien Notes))


TRUSTEE AND COLLATERAL AGENT:

WILMINGTON TRUST, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION

by

/s/ Shawn Goffinet

Name:    Shawn Goffinet
Title:      Assistant Vice President

(Signature Page to Second Supplemental Indenture – Guarantor (First Lien Notes))

Exhibit 2.5

PACIFIC DRILLING S.A.

et

WILMINGTON TRUST, NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION,

As Trustee and Junior Lien Collateral Agent

11.000% / 12.000% SECOND LIEN PIK NOTES DUE 2024

FIRST SUPPLEMENTAL INDENTURE

DATED AS OF NOVEMBER 19, 2018

Reference is made to the
Intercreditor Agreement, dated as of November 19, 2018, between Wilmington Trust, National Association, as First Lien Collateral Agent (as defined therein), and Wilmington Trust, National Association, as Junior Lien Collateral Agent (as defined
therein) (the “Intercreditor Agreement”). Each holder of any Junior Lien Obligation (as defined in the Intercreditor Agreement) by its acceptance of such Junior Lien Obligation (i) consents to the subordination of Liens (as defined in
the Intercreditor Agreement) provided for in the Intercreditor Agreement, (ii) agrees that it will be bound by, and will take no actions contrary to, the provisions of the Intercreditor Agreement and (iii) authorizes and instructs the
Junior Lien Collateral Agent on behalf of each Junior Lien Secured Party (as defined in the Intercreditor Agreement) to enter into the Intercreditor Agreement as the Junior Lien Collateral Agent on behalf of such Junior Lien Secured Parties. o
foregoing provisions are intended as an inducement to the noteholders under the First Lien Indenture (as defined in the Intercreditor Agreement) to purchase the First Lien Notes (as defined in the Intercreditor Agreement) and such noteholders are
intended third party beneficiaries of such provisions and the provisions of the Intercreditor Agreement.


This FIRST SUPPLEMENTAL INDENTURE, dated as of November 19, 2018 (this “Supplemental
Indenture
”), is between Pacific Drilling S.A. (the “Company”), and Wilmington Trust, National Association, as Trustee (the “Trustee”) and as Junior Lien Collateral Agent (the “Junior
Lien Collateral Agent
”).

RECITALS

WHEREAS, Pacific Drilling Second Lien Escrow Issuer Limited (the “Escrow Issuer”) and the Trustee entered into an Indenture,
dated as of September 26, 2018 (as heretofore amended, supplemented or otherwise modified, the “Indenture”), providing for the issuance of the Escrow Issuer’s 11.000% / 12.000% Second Lien PIK Notes due 2024 (the
"Notes”).

WHEREAS, Section 5.03 of the Indenture requires the Company to execute this Supplemental Indenture
in connection with the Assumption (as defined in the Indenture);

WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 9.01(c) of the Indenture the Issuer,
the Trustee and the Junior Lien Collateral Agent are each authorized to execute and deliver this Supplemental Indenture, without the consent of the Holders of the Notes; et

WHEREAS, all acts and things prescribed by the Indenture, by law and by the Articles of Association of the Company and of the Trustee and
Junior Lien Collateral Agent necessary to make this Supplemental Indenture a valid instrument legally binding on the Company, the Trustee and the Junior Lien Collateral Agent, in accordance with its terms, have been duly done and performed;

NOW, THEREFORE, to comply with the provisions of the Indenture and in consideration of the above premises, the Company, the Trustee and the
Junior Lien Collateral Agent covenant and agree for the equal and proportionate benefit of the respective Holders of the Notes as follows:

Section 1. Capitalized Terms. Capitalized terms used herein without definition shall have the meanings
ascribed to them in the Indenture.

Section 2. Relation to Indenture. This Supplemental Indenture is
supplemental to the Indenture and does and shall be deemed to form a part of, and shall be construed in connection with and as part of, the Indenture for any and all purposes.

Section 3. Effectiveness of Supplemental Indenture. This Supplemental Indenture shall become effective
immediately upon its execution and delivery by each of the Company and the Trustee.

Section 4. Agreement
to be Bound.
The Company hereby assumes all obligations of the Issuer and the Company under the Indenture and the Notes for the due and punctual payment of the principal of and interest and any Applicable Premium, if applicable, on all Notes
issued pursuant to the Indenture and the performance and observance of each other obligation and covenant set forth in the Indenture to be performed or observed on the part of the Issuer or the Company (except with respect to any obligation and
covenant that is expressly specified to be performed or observed solely by the Escrow Issuer). The Company is hereby substituted for, and may exercise every right and power of, the Issuer under the Indenture with the same effect as if the Company
had been named as the Issuer in the Indenture, and the Company is a successor company under the Indenture.

Section 5. Ratification of Obligations. Except as specifically modified herein, the Indenture and the Notes
are in all respects ratified and confirmed (mutatis mutandis) and shall remain in full force and effect in accordance with their terms.

Section 6. The Trustee. Except as otherwise expressly provided herein, no duties, responsibilities or
liabilities are assumed, or shall be construed to be assumed, by the Trustee or Junior Lien Collateral Agent by reason of this Supplemental Indenture. This Supplemental Indenture is executed and accepted by the Trustee subject to all the terms and
conditions set forth in the Indenture with the same force and effect as if those terms and conditions


were repeated at length herein and made applicable to the Trustee with respect hereto. Neither the Trustee nor Junior Lien Collateral Agent makes any representation as to the validity or
sufficiency of this Supplemental Indenture.

Section 7. Governing Law. THIS SUPPLEMENTAL INDENTURE
SHALL BE GOVERNED BY, AND CONSTRUED IN ACCORDANCE WITH, THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK.

Section 8. Counterparts. The parties may sign any number of copies of this Supplemental Indenture. Each
signed copy shall be an original, but all of such executed copies together shall represent the same agreement. Signature of the parties hereto transmitted by facsimile or PDF shall be deemed to be their original signatures for all purposes.

(Signatures on following pages)


IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Supplemental Indenture to be duly
executed, all as of the date first written above.

COMPANY:

PACIFIC DRILLING S.A.,

by
/s/ Paul
Reese
Name: Paul Reese
Title:   Chief Executive Officer

TRUSTEE AND JUNIOR LIEN

COLLATERAL AGENT:

WILMINGTON TRUST, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION

by
/s/ Shawn Goffinet
Name: Shawn Goffinet
Title:   Assistant Vice President

(Signature Page to First Supplemental Indenture – Assumption (Second Lien Notes))

Exhibit 2.6

PACIFIC DRILLING S.A.

et

the Guarantors named herein

11.000 % / 12.000% SECOND LIEN PIK NOTES DUE 2024

SECOND SUPPLEMENTAL INDENTURE

DATED AS OF NOVEMBER 19, 2018,

WILMINGTON TRUST, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION,

As Trustee and Junior Lien Collateral Agent

Reference is made to the
Intercreditor Agreement, dated as of November 19, 2018, between Wilmington Trust, National Association, as First Lien Collateral Agent (as defined therein), and Wilmington Trust, National Association, as Junior Lien Collateral Agent (as defined
therein) (the “Intercreditor Agreement”). Each holder of any Junior Lien Obligation (as defined in the Intercreditor Agreement) by its acceptance of such Junior Lien Obligation (i) consents to the subordination of Liens (as defined in
the Intercreditor Agreement) provided for in the Intercreditor Agreement, (ii) agrees that it will be bound by, and will take no actions contrary to, the provisions of the Intercreditor Agreement and (iii) authorizes and instructs the
Junior Lien Collateral Agent on behalf of each Junior Lien Secured Party (as defined in the Intercreditor Agreement) to enter into the Intercreditor Agreement as the Junior Lien Collateral Agent on behalf of such Junior Lien Secured Parties. o
foregoing provisions are intended as an inducement to the noteholders under the First Lien Indenture (as defined in the Intercreditor Agreement) to purchase the First Lien Notes (as defined in the Intercreditor Agreement) and such noteholders are
intended third party beneficiaries of such provisions and the provisions of the Intercreditor Agreement.


This SECOND SUPPLEMENTAL INDENTURE, dated as of November 19, 2018, (this
"Supplemental Indenture”) is among Pacific Drilling S.A., (the “Company”), Pacific Drilling Operations Limited, Pacific Drilling V Limited, Pacific Drilling VII Limited, Pacific Drillship Nigeria
Limited, Pacific Sharav Korálolt Felelősségű Társaság, Pacific Bora Ltd., Pacific Mistral Ltd., Pacific Scirocco Ltd., Pacific Drilling Limited, Pacific Drilling, Inc., Pacific Drilling Operations, Inc., Pacific
Drilling, LLC, Pacific Drilling Finance S.à r.l., Pacific Drillship S.à r.l., Pacific Santa Ana S.à r.l., Pacific Sharav S.à r.l., Pacific Drilling (Gibraltar) Limited, Pacific Drillship (Gibraltar) Limited, Pacific
Drilling Holding (Gibraltar) Limited and Pacific Santa Ana (Gibraltar) Limited (each, a “Guaranteeing Subsidiary” and, collectively, the “Guaranteeing Subsidiaries”), which are subsidiaries of the Company and
Wilmington Trust, National Association, as trustee (the “Trustee”) and as Junior Lien Collateral Agent (the “Junior Lien Collateral Agent”).

RECITALS

WHEREAS, Pacific
Drilling Second Lien Escrow Issuer Limited (the “Escrow Issuer”) and the Trustee entered into an Indenture, dated as of September 26, 2018 (the “Original Indenture”), providing for the issuance of the
Escrow Issuer’s 11.000% / 12.000% Second Lien PIK Notes due 2024 (the “Notes”).

WHEREAS, the Company has
heretofore executed and delivered to the Trustee and Junior Lien Collateral Agent the First Supplemental Indenture to the Original Indenture dated as of November 19, 2018 (the Original Indenture, as supplemented by such First Supplemental
Indenture, the “Indenture”), whereby the Company agreed to assume all of the obligations of the Issuer under the Notes and the Original Indenture;

WHEREAS, the Indenture provides that under certain circumstances each Guaranteeing Subsidiary shall execute and deliver to the Trustee and
Junior Lien Collateral Agent a supplemental indenture pursuant to which such Guaranteeing Subsidiary shall become a Guarantor;

WHEREAS,
Section 9.01(i) of the Indenture provides that the Company, the Guarantors and the Trustee and Junior Lien Collateral Agent may amend or supplement the Indenture in order to add any additional Guarantor with respect to the Notes, without the
consent of the Holders of the Notes; et

WHEREAS, all acts and things prescribed by the Indenture, by law and by the Certificate of
Incorporation, the Articles of Association and the Bylaws (or comparable constituent documents) of the Company, of the Guarantors and of the Trustee and Junior Lien Collateral Agent necessary to make this Supplemental Indenture a valid instrument
legally binding on the Company, the Guarantors and the Trustee and Junior Lien Collateral Agent, in accordance with its terms, have been duly done and performed;

NOW, THEREFORE, to comply with the provisions of the Indenture and in consideration of the above premises, the Company, the Guaranteeing
Subsidiaries and the Trustee and Junior Lien Collateral Agent covenant and agree for the equal and proportionate benefit of the respective Holders of the Notes as follows:

Section 1. Capitalized Terms. Capitalized terms used herein without definition shall have the meanings
ascribed to them in the Indenture.

Section 2. Relation to Indenture. This Supplemental Indenture is
supplemental to the Indenture and does and shall be deemed to form a part of, and shall be construed in connection with and as part of, the Indenture for any and all purposes.

Section 3. Effectiveness of Supplemental Indenture. This Supplemental Indenture shall become effective
immediately upon its execution and delivery by each of the Company, the Guaranteeing Subsidiaries and the Trustee and Junior Lien Collateral Agent.

Section 4. Agreement to Guarantee. Each Guaranteeing Subsidiary hereby agrees, by its execution of this
Supplemental Indenture, to be bound by the provisions of the Indenture applicable to Guarantors to the extent provided for and subject to the limitations therein, including Article 10 thereof.


Section 5. Ratification of Obligations. Except as specifically
modified herein, the Indenture and the Notes are in all respects ratified and confirmed (mutatis mutandis) and shall remain in full force and effect in accordance with their terms.

Section 6. The Trustee. Except as otherwise expressly provided herein, no duties, responsibilities or
liabilities are assumed, or shall be construed to be assumed, by the Trustee or Junior Lien Collateral Agent by reason of this Supplemental Indenture. This Supplemental Indenture is executed and accepted by the Trustee subject to all the terms and
conditions set forth in the Indenture with the same force and effect as if those terms and conditions were repeated at length herein and made applicable to the Trustee with respect hereto. Neither the Trustee nor Junior Lien Collateral Agent makes
any representation as to the validity or sufficiency of this Supplemental Indenture.

Section 7. Governing
Law.
THIS SUPPLEMENTAL INDENTURE SHALL BE GOVERNED BY, AND CONSTRUED IN ACCORDANCE WITH, THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK.

Section 8. Counterparts. The parties may sign any number of copies of this
Supplemental Indenture. Each signed copy shall be an original, but all of such executed copies together shall represent the same agreement. Signature of the parties hereto transmitted by facsimile or PDF shall be deemed to be their original
signatures for all purposes.

(Signatures on following pages)


IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Supplemental Indenture to be duly
executed, all as of the date first written above.

COMPANY:

PACIFIC DRILLING S.A.

by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:  Paul Reese
Title:    Chief Executive Officer

(Signature Page to Second Supplemental Indenture – Guarantor (Second Lien Notes))


GUARANTEEING SUBSIDIARIES:

PACIFIC DRILLING OPERATIONS LIMITED

by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:  Paul Reese
Title:    President
PACIFIC DRILLING V LIMITED
by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:  Paul Reese
Title:    President
PACIFIC DRILLING VII LIMITED
by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:  Paul Reese
Title:    President
PACIFIC DRILLSHIP NIGERIA LIMITED
by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:  Paul Reese
Title:    President
PACIFIC SHARAV KORÁLOLT FELELŐSSÉGŰ TÁRSASÁG
by

/s/ Dick Verhaagen

Name:  Dick Verhaagen
Title:    Managing Director

(Signature Page to Second Supplemental Indenture – Guarantor (Second Lien Notes))


PACIFIC BORA LTD.
by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:  Paul Reese
Title:    President
PACIFIC MISTRAL LTD.
by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:  Paul Reese
Title:    President
PACIFIC SCIROCCO LTD.
by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:  Paul Reese
Title:    President
PACIFIC DRILLING LIMITED
by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:  Paul Reese
Title:    President
PACIFIC DRILLING, INC.
by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:  Paul Reese
Title:    Chief Executive Officer
PACIFIC DRILLING OPERATIONS, INC.
by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:  Paul Reese
Title:    Chief Executive Officer
PACIFIC DRILLING, LLC
by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:  Paul Reese
Title:    Chief Executive Officer

(Signature Page to Second Supplemental Indenture – Guarantor (Second Lien Notes))


PACIFIC DRILLING FINANCE S.à r.l.
by

/s/ Johannes Boots

Name:  Johannes Boots
Title:    Manager
PACIFIC DRILLSHIP S.à r.l.
by

/s/ Johannes Boots

Name:  Johannes Boots
Title:    Manager
PACIFIC SANTA ANA S.à r.l.
by

/s/ Johannes Boots

Name:  Johannes Boots
Title:    Manager
PACIFIC SHARAV S.à r.l.
by

/s/ Dick Verhaagen

Name:  Dick Verhaagen
Title:    Manager
PACIFIC DRILLING (GIBRALTAR) LIMITED
by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:  Paul Reese
Title:    Director

WITNESS:
by

/s/ Kathleen Gehlhausen

Name: Kathleen Gehlhausen
Address: (Contact Information Omitted.)
Title: Corporate Paralegal

PACIFIC DRILLSHIP (GIBRALTAR) LIMITED
by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:  Paul Reese
Title:    Director

WITNESS:
by

/s/ Kathleen Gehlhausen

Name: Kathleen Gehlhausen
Address: (Contact Information Omitted.)
Title: Corporate Paralegal

(Signature Page to Second Supplemental Indenture – Guarantor (Second Lien Notes))


PACIFIC DRILLING HOLDING (GIBRALTAR) LIMITED
by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:  Paul Reese
Title:    Director

WITNESS:
by

/s/ Kathleen Gehlhausen

Name: Kathleen Gehlhausen
Address: (Contact Information Omitted.)
Title: Corporate Paralegal

PACIFIC SANTA ANA (GIBRALTAR) LIMITED
by

/s/ Paul Reese

Name:  Paul Reese
Title:    Director

WITNESS:
by

/s/ Kathleen Gehlhausen

Name: Kathleen Gehlhausen
Address: (Contact Information Omitted.)
Title: Corporate Paralegal

(Signature Page to Second Supplemental Indenture – Guarantor (Second Lien Notes))


TRUSTEE AND JUNIOR LIEN COLLATERAL
AGENT:

WILMINGTON TRUST, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION

by
/s/ Shawn Goffinet

Name:  Shawn Goffinet
Title:    Assistant Vice President

(Signature Page to Second Supplemental Indenture – Guarantor (Second Lien Notes))

Exhibit 2.7

Execution Version

INTERCREDITOR AGREEMENT

dated as of November 19, 2018 between

Wilmington Trust, National Association,

as First Lien Collateral Agent,

et

Wilmington Trust, National
Association,

as Junior Lien Collateral Agent

And acknowledged and agreed to by

the Company and Grantors on the signature pages hereto

THIS IS THE INTERCREDITOR AGREEMENT
REFERRED TO IN (1) THE FIRST LIEN INDENTURE, DATED AS OF SEPTEMBER 26, 2018 (AND AS SUPPLEMENTED AND AMENDED AS OF THE DATE HEREOF), AMONG PACIFIC DRILLING FIRST LIEN ESCROW ISSUER LIMITED AND WILMINGTON TRUST, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE AND COLLATERAL AGENT, AND (2) THE JUNIOR LIEN INDENTURE, DATED AS OF SEPTEMBER 26, 2018 (AND AS SUPPLEMENTED AND AMENDED AS OF THE DATE HEREOF), AMONG PACIFIC DRILLING SECOND LIEN ESCROW ISSUER LIMITED AND WILMINGTON TRUST,
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE AND JUNIOR LIEN COLLATERAL AGENT.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

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ARTICLE I

DEFINITIONS

Section 1.01

Construction; Certain Defined Terms

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ARTICLE II

LIEN PRIORITIES

Section 2.01

Relative Priorities

14
Section 2.02

Prohibition on Contesting Liens, Marshalling, Etc.

15
Section 2.03

No New Liens

15
Section 2.04

Similar Collateral and Agreements

15
Section 2.05

No Duties of First Lien Collateral Agent

16
Section 2.06

No Duties of Junior Lien Collateral Agent

17
ARTICLE III

ENFORCEMENT RIGHTS; PURCHASE OPTION

Section 3.01

Limitation on Enforcement Action

17
Section 3.02

Standstill Periods; Permitted Enforcement Action

18
Section 3.03

Insurance

19
Section 3.04

Notification of Release of Collateral

20
Section 3.05

No Interference; Payment Over

20
Section 3.06

Purchase Option

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ARTICLE IV

OTHER AGREEMENTS

Section 4.01

Release of Liens; Automatic Release of Junior Liens

24
Section 4.02

Certain Agreements With Respect to Insolvency or Liquidation Proceedings

25
Section 4.03

Reinstatement

29
Section 4.04

Refinancings; Additional First Lien Debt and Additional Junior Lien Debt

29
Section 4.05

Amendments to Junior Lien Documents

31
Section 4.06

Legends

31
Section 4.07

Junior Lien Secured Parties Rights as Unsecured Creditors; Judgment Lien Creditor

32
Section 4.08

Postponement of Subrogation

32
Section 4.09

Acknowledgment by the Secured Debt Representatives

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ARTICLE V

GRATUITOUS BAILMENT FOR PERFECTION OF CERTAIN SECURITY INTERESTS

Section 5.01

General

32
Section 5.02

Deposit Accounts

33
ARTICLE VI

APPLICATION OF PROCEEDS; DETERMINATION OF AMOUNTS

Section 6.01

Application of Proceeds

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Section 6.02

Determination of Amounts

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ARTICLE VII

NO RELIANCE; NO LIABILITY; OBLIGATIONS ABSOLUTE;

CONSENT OF GRANTORS; ETC.

Section 7.01

No Reliance; Information

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Section 7.02

No Warranties or Liability

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Section 7.03

Obligations Absolute

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Section 7.04

Grantors Consent

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ARTICLE VIII

REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES

Section 8.01

Representations and Warranties of Each Party

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Section 8.02

Representations and Warranties of Each Representative

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ARTICLE IX

MISCELLANEOUS

Section 9.01

Notices

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Section 9.02

Waivers; Amendment

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Section 9.03

Actions Upon Breach; Specific Performance

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Section 9.04

Parties in Interest

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Section 9.05

Survival of Agreement

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Section 9.06

Counterparts

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Section 9.07

Severability

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Section 9.08

Governing Law; Jurisdiction; Consent to Service of Process

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Section 9.09

WAIVER OF JURY TRIAL

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Section 9.10

Headings

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Section 9.11

Provisions Solely to Define Relative Rights

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Section 9.12

Certain Terms Concerning the First Lien Collateral Agent and the Junior Lien Collateral
Agent

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Section 9.13

Authorization of Secured Agents

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Section 9.14

Further Assurances

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Section 9.15

Relationship of Secured Parties

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Section 9.16

First Lien Collateral Agent

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Section 9.17

Junior Lien Collateral Agent

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Annex and Exhibits

Annex I

Exhibit A

Form of Additional Secured Debt Designation

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THIS INTERCREDITOR AGREEMENT, dated as of November 19, 2018 (as
amended, restated, supplemented or otherwise modified from time to time in accordance with the terms hereof, this “Agreement”), is between Wilmington Trust, National Association, solely in its capacity as the collateral agent for
the First Lien Secured Parties referred to herein (in such capacity, and together with its successors and assigns in such capacity, the “First Lien Collateral Agent”) and Wilmington Trust, National Association, solely in its
capacity as the collateral agent for the Junior Lien Secured Parties referred to herein (in such capacity, and together with its successors and assigns in such capacity, the “Junior Lien Collateral Agent”), and acknowledged and
agreed to by Pacific Drilling S.A., a Luxembourg corporation under the form of société anonyme (together with its successors and permitted assigns, the “Company”) and the Grantors (as defined below) on the
signature pages hereto.

On September 26, 2018, Pacific Drilling First Lien Escrow Issuer Limited (the “First
Lien Escrow Issuer
”) issued 8.375% First Lien Notes due 2023 (the “First Lien Notes”) in an aggregate principal amount of $750,000,000 pursuant to an indenture dated as of September 26, 2018 (the “First Lien
Base Indenture
”) between the First Lien Escrow Issuer, Wilmington Trust, National Association (“Wilmington”), as trustee (in such capacity, and together with its successors and assigns in such capacity, the “First
Lien Trustee
”) and the First Lien Collateral Agent, and Pacific Drilling Second Lien Escrow Issuer Limited (the “Junior Lien Escrow Issuer”) issued 11.000% / 12.000% Second Lien PIK Notes due 2024 (the “Junior Lien
Notes
”) in an aggregate principal amount of $273,614,300 pursuant to an indenture dated as of September 26, 2018 (as amended, restated, supplemented or otherwise modified and in effect from time to time, the “Junior Base Lien
Indenture
”) between the Junior Lien Escrow Issuer, Wilmington, as trustee (in such capacity, and together with its successors and assigns in such capacity, the “Junior Lien Trustee”) and the Junior Lien Collateral Agent. On
or about the date hereof, the Company consummated a series of transactions whereby (1) the First Lien Escrow Issuer and the Junior Lien Escrow Issuer merged with and into the Company, (2) the Company assumed all of the obligations of the
First Lien Escrow Issuer under the First Lien Base Indenture and the First Lien Note Documents by executing a supplemental indenture, dated as of November 19, 2018, between the Company, the First Lien Trustee and the First Lien Collateral Agent
(the “First Lien Assumption Supplemental Indenture”) and Junior Lien Escrow Issuer under the Junior Lien Base Indenture and the Junior Lien Note Documents by executing a supplemental indenture, dated as of November 19, 2018,
between the Company, the Junior Lien Trustee and the Junior Lien Collateral Agent (the “Junior Lien Assumption Supplemental Indenture”), and (3) each of the Guarantors (as defined below) guaranteed the First Lien Obligations
(as defined below) by executing a supplemental indenture, dated as of November 19, 2018, among each of the Guarantors, the First Lien Trustee and First Lien Collateral Agent (the “First Lien Guarantee Supplemental Indenture"
and, together with the First Lien Assumption Supplemental Indenture, the “First Lien Supplemental Indentures" the First Lien Base Indenture, as supplemented by the First Lien Supplemental Indentures and as amended, restated,
supplemented or otherwise modified and in effect from time to time, the “First Lien Indenture”) and the Junior Lien Obligations (as defined below) by executing a supplemental indenture, dated as of November 19, 2018, among each
of the Guarantors, the Junior Lien Trustee and the Junior Lien Collateral Agent (the “Junior Lien Guarantee Supplemental Indenture” and, together with the Junior Lien Assumption Supplemental Indenture, the “Junior Lien
Supplemental Indentures
" the Junior Lien Base Indenture, as supplemented by the Junior Lien Supplemental Indentures and as amended, restated, supplemented or otherwise modified and in effect from time to time, the “Junior Lien
Indenture
”) and became a party to the First Lien Note Documents and the Second Lien Note Documents.

The Company
and the other Grantors have secured their Obligations under the First Lien Indenture and the Junior Lien Indenture, and will secure their Obligations under any future First Lien Debt and Junior Lien Debt and any other First Lien Obligation and
Junior Lien Obligation, with Liens on all present and future Collateral to the extent that such Liens will be provided for in the applicable Collateral Documents.

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This Agreement sets forth the relative priorities of the First Liens and the
Junior Liens in respect of the Collateral and the terms on which each First Lien Secured Party (as defined below) and each Junior Lien Secured Party (as defined below) has appointed the First Lien Collateral Agent and the Junior Lien Collateral
Agent, respectively, to (i) act as the collateral agent for the present and future First Lien Secured Parties (as defined below) and Junior Lien Secured Parties (as defined below), respectively; (ii) receive, hold, maintain, administer and
distribute the Collateral that is at any time delivered to the First Lien Collateral Agent and the Junior Lien Collateral Agent, respectively, or is the subject of the Collateral Documents; and (iii) enforce the Collateral Documents and all
interests, rights, powers and remedies of the First Lien Collateral Agent and the Junior Lien Collateral Agent, respectively, with respect thereto or thereunder and the proceeds thereof.

In consideration of the mutual agreements herein contained and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and
sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, the First Lien Collateral Agent (for itself and on behalf of the First Lien Secured Parties) and the Junior Lien Collateral Agent (for itself and on behalf of the Junior Lien Secured Parties) agree as
follows:

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ARTICLE I

DEFINITIONS

Section 1.01 Construction; Certain Defined Terms.

(a)        The definitions of terms herein shall apply equally to the singular and
plural forms of the terms defined. Whenever the context may require, any pronoun shall include the corresponding masculine, feminine and neuter forms. The words “include,” “includes” and “including” shall be deemed to
be followed by the phrase “without limitation.” The word “will” shall be construed to have the same meaning and effect as the word “shall.” Unless the context requires otherwise, (i) any reference herein to any
agreement, instrument, other document, statute or regulation shall be construed as referring to such agreement, instrument, other document, statute or regulation as from time to time amended, supplemented or otherwise modified in accordance with the
terms of each applicable Secured Debt Document (including, for the avoidance of doubt, this Agreement), (ii) any reference herein to any Person shall be construed to include such Person’s successors and assigns, but shall not be deemed to
include the subsidiaries of such Person unless express reference is made to such subsidiaries, (iii) the words “herein,” “hereof” and “hereunder,” and words of similar import, shall be construed to refer to this
Agreement in its entirety and not to any particular provision hereof, (iv) all references herein to Articles, Sections and Annexes shall be construed to refer to Articles, Sections and Annexes of this Agreement, (v) unless otherwise
expressly qualified herein, the words “asset” and “property” shall be construed to have the same meaning and effect and to refer to any and all tangible and intangible assets and properties, including cash, securities, accounts
and contract rights, and (vi) the term “or” is not exclusive.

(b)        All terms used in this Agreement that are defined in Articles 1, 8 or
9 of the New York UCC (whether capitalized herein or not) and not otherwise defined herein have the meanings assigned to them in Articles 1, 8 or 9 of the New York UCC. If a term is defined in Article 9 of the New York UCC and
another Article of the New York UCC, such term shall have the meaning assigned to it in Article 9 of the New York UCC.

(c)        Unless otherwise set forth herein, all references herein to the First Lien
Collateral Agent and the Junior Lien Collateral Agent shall be deemed to refer to each of them in its capacity as collateral agent under the First Lien Indenture and the Junior Lien Indenture, respectively.

(d)        Capitalized terms used but not defined herein shall have the meanings
given to them in the First Lien Indenture or the Junior Lien Indenture, as applicable.

(e)        As used in this Agreement, the following terms have the meanings specified
below:

"Accounts” has the meaning assigned to such term in Section 3.01.

"Additional First Lien Debt” means any First Lien Debt incurred under any Additional First Lien Facility.

"Additional First Lien Facility” means the indebtedness under any indenture, credit agreement or other
agreement entered into by the Company or any Grantor for purposes of incurring secured indebtedness on a First Lien basis (other than the First Lien Indenture), which agreement and such debt is permitted under each applicable Secured Debt Document.

"Additional First Lien Obligations” means any Additional First Lien Debt and all other Obligations in
respect thereof (including First Lien Hedging Obligations and First Lien Cash Management Obligations).

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"Additional First Lien Secured Party” means each holder of an
Additional First Lien Obligation, including each First Lien Representative and the First Lien Collateral Agent (and their respective successors).

"Additional Junior Lien Debt” means any Junior Lien Debt incurred under any Additional Junior Lien Facility.

"Additional Junior Lien Facility” means the indebtedness under any indenture, credit agreement or other
agreement entered into by the Company or any Grantor for purposes of incurring secured indebtedness on a Junior Lien basis (other than the Junior Lien Indenture), which agreement and such debt is permitted under each applicable Secured Debt
Document.

"Additional Junior Lien Obligations” means any Additional Junior Lien Debt and all other
Obligations in respect thereof (including First Lien Hedging Obligations and First Lien Cash Management Obligations).

"Additional Junior Lien Secured Party” means each holder of an Additional Junior Lien Obligation, including
the Junior Lien Collateral Agent (and its successors).

"Additional Secured Debt Designation” means the
written agreement (substantially in the form of Exhibit A hereto) of the First Lien Representative of holders of any series of First Lien Debt or the Junior Lien Representative of holders of any series of Junior Lien Debt, as applicable, as
set forth in the indenture, credit agreement or other agreement governing such series of First Lien Debt or series of Junior Lien Debt, for the benefit of (i) all holders of existing and future First Lien Debt, the First Lien Collateral Agent
and each existing and future holder of First Liens, in the case of each additional series of First Lien Debt and (ii) all holders of each existing and future series of Junior Lien Debt, the applicable Junior Lien Collateral Agent and each
existing and future holder of Junior Liens, in the case of each series of Junior Lien Debt:

(1) in the case of any
additional series of First Lien Debt, that all such First Lien Obligations will be and are secured equally and ratably by all First Liens at any time granted by the Company or any Guarantor to secure any Obligations in respect of such series of
First Lien Debt, whether or not upon property otherwise constituting collateral for such series of First Lien Debt, and that all such First Liens will be enforceable by the First Lien Collateral Agent for the benefit of all holders of First Lien
Obligations, equally and ratably, in each case subject to the exceptions that are applicable to Superpriority Debt permitted under the First Lien Indenture as set forth in the definition of “First Lien Debt”;

(2) in the case of any additional series of Junior Lien Debt, that all such Junior Lien Obligations will be and are secured
equally and ratably by all Junior Liens at any time granted by the Company or any Guarantor to secure any Obligations in respect of such series of Junior Lien Debt, whether or not upon property otherwise constituting collateral for such series of
Junior Lien Debt, and that all such Junior Liens will be enforceable by the Junior Lien Collateral Agent for the benefit of all holders of Junior Lien Obligations, equally and ratably;

(3) that such First Lien Representative or Junior Lien Representative, as applicable, and the holders of Obligations in
respect of such series of First Lien Debt or series of Junior Lien Debt, as applicable, are bound by the provisions of this Agreement, including the provisions relating to the ranking of First Liens and Junior Liens and the order of application of
proceeds from the enforcement of First Liens and Junior Liens; et

(4) appointing the First Lien Collateral Agent or the
Junior Lien Collateral Agent, as applicable, and consenting to the terms of this Agreement and, in the case of any Additional First Lien Debt, the

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Collateral Agency Agreement, and the performance by the First Lien Collateral Agent or the Junior Lien Collateral Agent, as applicable, of, and directing the First Lien Collateral Agent or the
Junior Lien Collateral Agent, as applicable, to perform, its obligations under the Collateral Agency Agreement (if applicable) any other applicable security document and this Agreement, together with all such powers as are reasonably incidental
thereto.

"Affiliate” means, with respect to any specified Person, any other Person directly or
indirectly controlling or controlled by or under direct or indirect common control with such specified Person. For the purposes of this definition, “control,” when used with respect to any specified Person, means the power to direct or
cause the direction of the management and policies of such Person, directly or indirectly, whether through the ownership of voting securities, by contract or otherwise. For purposes of this definition, the terms “controlling,”
“controlled by” and “under common control with” have correlative meanings.

"Bankruptcy
Code
” means Title 11 of the United States Code, as amended.

"Bankruptcy Law” means the
Bankruptcy Code and any similar federal, state or foreign law for the relief of debtors.

"Business Day"
means any day other than a Saturday, Sunday or any other day on which banking institutions in New York, New York, Houston, Texas, Luxembourg or any applicable place of payment under the First Lien Indenture or Junior Lien Indenture are authorized or
required by law to close.

"Capital Stock” means:

(a)        in the case of a corporation, corporate stock;

(b)        in the case of an association or business entity, any and all shares,
interests, participations, rights or other equivalents (however designated) of corporate stock;

(c)        in the case of a partnership or limited liability company, partnership
interests (whether general or limited) or membership interests; et

(d)        any other interest or participation that confers on a Person the right to
receive a share of the profits and losses of, or distributions of assets of, the issuing Person, but excluding from all of the foregoing any debt securities convertible into Capital Stock, whether or not such debt securities include any right of
participation with Capital Stock.

"Cash Management Arrangement” means with respect to any Person, any
obligations of such person in respect of treasury management arrangements including any of the following products, services or facilities: (a) demand deposit or operating account relationships or other cash management services including,
without limitation, any services provided in connection with operating, collections, payroll, trust, or other depository or disbursement accounts, including automated clearinghouse fund transfer services,
e-payable, electronic funds transfer, wire transfer, controlled disbursement, overdraft, depository, information reporting, automated clearinghouse transactions, return items, overdrafts, interstate depository
network services, lockbox and stop payment services; and (b) treasury management line of credit, commercial credit card, merchant card services, purchase or debit cards, including, without limitation, stored value cards and non-card e-payables services.

"Cash
Management Obligations
” means obligations with respect to any Cash Management Arrangement.

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"Class” means (a) in the case of First Lien Debt, every
series of First Lien Debt, taken together, and (b) in the case of Junior Lien Debt, every series of Junior Lien Debt, taken together.

"Collateral” means all rights, assets and properties, whether owned on the issue date of the First Lien Notes
and the Junior Lien Notes or thereafter acquired upon which a Lien is granted or purported to be granted under any Collateral Document. Collateral shall not include Excluded Property.

"Collateral Agency Agreement” means the collateral agency agreement, to be entered into prior to the
incurrence of Additional First Lien Debt, among the Company, the Grantors and Guarantors from time to time party thereto, the First Lien Representative for the Additional First Lien Debt to be incurred, Wilmington Trust, National Association, as the
First Lien Representative for the First Lien Notes, and Wilmington Trust, National Association, as the First Lien Collateral Agent.

"Collateral Documents” means the First Lien Collateral Documents and the Junior Lien Collateral Documents.

"Controlling First Lien Representative” means, at any time, if any Superpriority Debt is outstanding,
the First Lien Representative for the Controlling Superpriority Lien Series, or, if no Superpriority Debt is outstanding, the First Lien Representative for the Controlling First Lien Series.

"Controlling First Lien Series” means, at any time, the series of First Lien Debt with the greatest
outstanding principal amount.

"Controlling Superpriority Lien Series” means, at any time, the series of
Superpriority Debt with the greatest outstanding principal amount.

"Credit Facilities” means one or more
debt facilities, commercial paper facilities, loan agreements, indentures or agreements of the Company or any Restricted Subsidiary with banks, other institutional lenders, commercial finance companies or other lenders or investors providing for
revolving credit loans, term loans, bonds, debentures or letters of credit, pursuant to agreements or indentures, in each case, as amended, restated, modified, renewed, refunded, replaced, increased or refinanced (including by means of sales of debt
securities to institutional investors) in whole or in part from time to time (and without limitation as to amount, terms, conditions, covenants and other provisions, including increasing the amount of available borrowings thereunder, changing or
replacing agent banks and lenders thereunder or adding, removing or reclassifying subsidiaries of the Company as borrowers or guarantors thereunder).

"DIP Financing” has the meaning assigned to such term in Section 4.02(b).

"DIP Financing Liens” has the meaning assigned to such term in Section 4.02(b).

"Discharge of First Lien Obligations” means the occurrence of all of the following:

(a)        termination or expiration of all commitments to extend credit that would
constitute First Lien Obligations;

(b)        payment in full in cash of the
principal of and interest and premium (if any) on all First Lien Obligations;

(c)        discharge or cash collateralization (at the lower of (i) 105% of the
aggregate undrawn amount and (ii) the percentage of the aggregate undrawn amount required for release of Liens under the

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terms of the First Lien Documents) of all outstanding letters of credit constituting First Lien Obligations; et

(d)        payment in full in cash of all other First Lien Obligations (other than any
obligations for taxes, costs, indemnifications, reimbursements, damages and other liabilities in respect of which no claim or demand for payment has been made at or prior to such time) that are outstanding and unpaid at the time that each of the
events described in clauses (a), (b) and (c) above shall have occurred;

provided that, if, at any time after
the Discharge of First Lien Obligations has occurred, the Company or any Guarantor enters into any First Lien Document evidencing a First Lien Obligation which Incurrence is not prohibited by the applicable First Lien Documents, then such Discharge
of First Lien Obligations shall automatically be deemed not to have occurred with respect to such new First Lien Obligation (other than with respect to any actions taken as a result of the occurrence of such Discharge of First Lien Obligations),
and, from and after the date on which the Company designates such Indebtedness as First Lien Obligations in accordance with the First Lien Collateral Documents, the obligations under such First Lien Document shall automatically and without any
further action be treated as First Lien Obligations for all purposes of the First Lien Collateral Documents.

"Discharge of Junior Lien Obligations” means the occurrence of all of the following:

(a)        termination or expiration of all commitments to extend credit that would
constitute Junior Lien Obligations;

(b)        payment in full in cash of the
principal of and interest and premium (if any) on all Junior Lien Obligations;

(c)        discharge or cash collateralization (at the lower of (i) 105% of the
aggregate undrawn amount and (ii) the percentage of the aggregate undrawn amount required for release of Liens under the terms of the Junior Lien Documents) of all outstanding letters of credit constituting Junior Lien Obligations; et

(d)        payment in full in cash of all other Junior Lien Obligations that are
outstanding and unpaid at the time the Junior Lien Debt is paid in full in cash (other than any obligations for taxes, costs, indemnifications, reimbursements, damages and other liabilities in respect of which no claim or demand for payment has been
made at or prior to such time) that are outstanding and unpaid at the time that each of the events described in clauses (a), (b) and (c) above shall have occurred;

provided that, if, at any time after the Discharge of Junior Lien Obligations has occurred, the Company or any Guarantor enters into
any Junior Lien Document evidencing a Junior Lien Obligation which Incurrence is not prohibited by the applicable First Lien Documents, then such Discharge of Junior Lien Obligations shall automatically be deemed not to have occurred with respect to
such new Junior Lien Obligations (other than with respect to any actions taken as a result of the occurrence of such first Discharge of Junior Lien Obligations), and, from and after the date on which the Company designates such Indebtedness as
Junior Lien Debt in accordance with this Agreement, the obligations under such Junior Lien Document shall automatically and without any further action be treated as Junior Lien Obligations for all purposes of the Junior Lien Collateral Documents.

"Disposition” means any sale, lease, exchange, assignment, license, contribution, transfer or other
disposition. "Dispose” shall have a correlative meaning.

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"Equity Interests” means Capital Stock and all warrants, options
or other rights to acquire Capital Stock (but excluding any debt security or loan that is convertible into, or exchangeable for, Capital Stock).

"Excess First Lien Obligations” means First Lien Obligations for the principal amount of loans, letters of
credit and reimbursement obligations in excess of the amount set forth in clause (a) of the definition of “First Lien Cap.”

"Excluded Property” means the following, whether now owned or at any time hereafter acquired by any Grantor
or in which such Grantor now has or at any time in the future may acquire any right, title or interest and whether now existing or hereafter coming into existence: (i) (x) all leasehold real property and (y) all fee simple real property
with a Fair Market Value at the time of acquisition less than $25 million; (ii) each Drilling Contract if (but only to the extent that) the grant of a security interest therein would constitute a breach of a valid and enforceable
restriction on the granting of a security interest therein or assignment thereof in favor of a third party; (iii) all accounts receivable; (iv) all deposit accounts that are (A) established solely as payroll accounts, (B) zero
balance accounts or (C) located in foreign jurisdictions with a balance at all times less than $500,000 individually and $5,000,000 in the aggregate; (v) all Equity Interests of Unrestricted Subsidiaries and Immaterial Subsidiaries;
(vi) any general intangibles, governmental approvals or other rights arising under any contracts, instruments, permits, licenses or other documents if (but only to the extent that) the grant of a security interest therein would constitute a
breach of a valid and enforceable restriction on the granting of a security interest therein or assignment thereof in favor of a third party (other than (A) to the extent that any such restriction or prohibition would be rendered ineffective
pursuant to the Uniform Commercial Code or any other applicable law (including bankruptcy law) or principles of equity or (B) to the extent that the other party has consented to the granting of a security interest therein or assignment thereof
pursuant to the terms of the Collateral Documents or pursuant to a grant or assignment for security purposes generally); (vii) any assets as to which the Required First Lien Debtholders reasonably determine that the cost or burden of obtaining a
security interest therein is excessive in relation to the value of the security to be afforded thereby; (viii) cash if (but only to the extent) required to serve as cash collateral for any Superpriority Debt permitted under the First Lien
Indenture and (viii) any and all proceeds of any of the Excluded Property to the extent constituting Excluded Property described in clauses (i), (ii), (iii), (iv), (v), (vi), (vii) or (viii) above (other than proceeds of a Drilling
Contract assigned pursuant to an Earnings Assignment and proceeds of accounts receivable); provided that no property or assets securing any First Lien Obligations (other than the First Lien Notes) or any Junior Lien Obligations (other than the
Junior Lien Notes) shall constitute Excluded Property (except that any Superpriority Debt permitted under the First Lien Indenture may be secured by any assets listed under clause (iii), (iv)(C) or (viii) above).

"Financial Officer” means, with respect to any Person, the chief executive officer, chief financial officer,
chief accounting officer or treasurer of such Person.

"First Lien” means a Lien granted by the Company
or any other Grantor in favor of the First Lien Collateral Agent, at any time, upon any Property of the Company or such other Grantor to secure First Lien Obligations.

"First Lien Assumption Supplemental Indenture” has the meaning assigned to such term in the Preamble above.

"First Lien Base Indenture” has the meaning assigned to such term in the Preamble above.

"First Lien Cap” means, as of any date, (a) the greater of (i) the aggregate principal amount of
all First Lien Debt permitted to be incurred under the First Lien Indenture and (ii) the aggregate principal amount of all First Lien Debt permitted to be incurred under the Junior Lien Indenture, plus (b) the amount

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of all Hedging Obligations, to the extent such Hedging Obligations are secured by the First Liens, plus (c) the amount of all Cash Management Obligations, to the extent such Cash Management
Obligations are secured by the First Liens, plus (d) the amount of accrued and unpaid interest (excluding any interest paid-in-kind), outstanding fees and expenses,
and such other amounts, to the extent such Obligations are secured by the First Liens.

"First Lien Cash
Management Obligations
” means Cash Management Obligations owed to any provider or arranger of, or agent with respect to, any First Lien Debt to the extent secured by First Liens.

"First Lien Collateral” means all Collateral and any other assets of any Grantor now or at any time hereafter
subject to Liens which secure, but only to the extent securing, any First Lien Obligation.

"First Lien Collateral
Agent
” means the collateral agent for all holders of First Lien Obligations. Wilmington Trust, National Association will initially serve as the First Lien Collateral Agent.

"First Lien Collateral Documents” means, collectively, each Assignment, Mortgage, Pledge Agreement and
Security Agreement, this Agreement, the Collateral Agency Agreement, control agreements and each other instrument creating a Lien or Liens in favor of the First Lien Collateral Agent as required by the First Lien Documents or this Agreement, in each
case, as the same may be in effect from time to time.

"First Lien Debt” means (a) the First Lien
Notes issued on the date of the First Lien Indenture and the related Guarantees thereof and (b) any other Indebtedness secured by a lien that is pari passu with the liens securing the First Lien Notes and that is permitted to be incurred and so
secured under the First Lien Indenture (including any Additional First Lien Debt); provided that:

(1) any such
Indebtedness (other than the First Lien Notes and any Superpriority Debt permitted under the First Lien Indenture) does not mature and does not have any mandatory or scheduled payments or sinking fund obligations prior to the maturity date of the
First Lien Notes;

(2) on or prior to the date of incurrence of such Indebtedness by the Company or any Guarantor, such
Indebtedness (other than the First Lien Notes) is designated by the Company, in an Officers’ Certificate delivered to each First Lien Representative and the First Lien Collateral Agent, as “First Lien Debt” for the purposes of the
First Lien Documents;

(3) a First Lien Representative is designated with respect to such Indebtedness (other than the
First Lien Notes) and executes and delivers to the First Lien Collateral Agent (i) an Additional Secured Debt Designation on behalf of itself and all holders of such Indebtedness and (ii) a joinder to the Collateral Agency Agreement on
behalf of itself and all holders of such Indebtedness;

(4) such Indebtedness is pari passu in right of payment and does
not have any senior or junior rights with respect to the application of proceeds from Collateral (other than any DIP Financing that is permitted by this Agreement and other than any Superpriority Debt permitted under the First Lien Indenture);

(5) such Indebtedness shall not be an obligation of any person other than the Company or any Guarantor; et

(6) such Indebtedness shall not be secured by any assets other than assets that constitute Collateral; provided cela
any Superpriority Debt permitted under the First Lien Indenture may be secured by Liens on any assets listed under clause (iii), (iv)(C) or (viii) in the definition of “Excluded Property”.

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"First Lien Documents” means the First Lien Note Documents and
any additional indenture, credit agreement or other agreement pursuant to which any other First Lien Debt is incurred and secured in accordance with the terms of each applicable First Lien Document and the First Lien Collateral Documents related
thereto.

"First Lien Escrow Issuer” has the meaning assigned to such term in the Preamble above.

"First Lien Facility” means the indebtedness under the First Lien Indenture and any Additional First Lien
Facility.

"First Lien Guarantee Supplemental Indenture” has the meaning assigned to such term in the
Preamble above.

"First Lien Hedging Obligations” means Hedging Obligations owed to any provider or
arranger of, or agent with respect to, any First Lien Debt to the extent secured by First Liens.

"First Lien
Indenture
” has the meaning assigned to such term in the Preamble above.

"First Lien Notes” has
the meaning assigned to such term in the Preamble above.

"First Lien Note Documents” means the First
Lien Indenture, the First Lien Notes, the First Lien Collateral Documents, the Guarantees and any agreement, instrument or other document evidencing or governing any First Lien Notes Obligations.

"First Lien Notes Obligations” means all advances to, and debts, liabilities, obligations, covenants and
duties of, the Company or any Guarantor arising under the First Lien Indenture, the First Lien Notes, the Guarantees or the First Lien Collateral Documents (including all principal, premium, interest, penalties, fees, charges, expenses,
indemnifications, reimbursement obligations, damages, guarantees and other liabilities or amounts payable or arising thereunder), whether direct or indirect (including those acquired by assumption), absolute or contingent, due or to become due, now
existing or hereafter arising and including interest and fees that accrue after the commencement by or against the Company or any Guarantor of any proceeding in bankruptcy or insolvency law naming such Person as the debtor in such proceeding,
regardless of whether such interest and fees are allowed claims in such proceeding.

"First Lien
Obligations
” means all First Lien Debt and all other Obligations in respect thereof (including First Lien Hedging Obligations and First Lien Cash Management Obligations).

"First Lien Representative” means (1) in the case of the First Lien Notes, the First Lien Trustee, or
(2) in the case of any other series of First Lien Debt, the trustee, agent or representative of the holders of such series of First Lien Debt who (A) is appointed as a First Lien Representative of such series of First Lien Debt (for
purposes related to the administration of the applicable First Lien Collateral Documents) pursuant to the indenture, credit agreement or other agreement governing such series of First Lien Debt, together with its successors in such capacity, and
(B) has executed and delivered an Additional Secured Debt Designation and a joinder to the Collateral Agency Agreement.

"First Lien Secured Party” means each holder of a First Lien Obligation, including each First Lien
Representative, the First Lien Trustee and the First Lien Collateral Agent.

"First Lien Supplemental
Indentures
” has the meaning assigned to such term in the Preamble above.

"First Lien Trustee"
has the meaning assigned to such term in the Preamble above.

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"Governmental Authority” means the government of the United
States or any other nation, or any political subdivision thereof, whether state, provincial or local, and any agency, authority, instrumentality, regulatory body, court, central bank or other Person exercising executive, legislative, judicial,
taxing, regulatory or administrative powers or functions of or pertaining to government.

"Grantors"
means the Company and each other subsidiary of the Company that shall have granted any Lien in favor of any of the First Lien Collateral Agent and the Junior Lien Collateral Agent on any of its assets or properties to secure any of the Secured
Obligations.

"Guarantee” means a guarantee of the First Lien Notes Obligations or Junior Lien Notes
Obligations, as applicable, granted pursuant to the provisions of the First Lien Indenture and the Junior Lien Indenture, respectively.

"Guarantor” means each Person that provides a Guarantee, together with its successors and assigns, until the
Guarantee of such Person has been released in accordance with the provisions of the First Lien Indenture or the Junior Lien Indenture, as applicable.

"Hedging Obligations” means, with respect to any specified Person, the obligations of such Person under:

(1) interest rate swap agreements (whether from fixed to floating or from floating to fixed), interest rate cap agreements and
interest rate collar agreements designed to protect the Person or any of its Restricted Subsidiaries entering into the agreement against, or manage exposure to, fluctuations in interest rates, or to otherwise reduce the cost of borrowing of such
Person or any of such Restricted Subsidiaries, with respect to Indebtedness Incurred;

(2) foreign exchange contracts and
currency protection agreements designed to protect the Person or any of its Restricted Subsidiaries entering into the agreement against, or manage exposure to, fluctuations in currency exchanges rates;

(3) any commodity futures contract, commodity swap, commodity option, commodity forward sale or other similar agreement or
arrangement designed to protect against, or manage exposure to, fluctuations in the price of commodities used by that Person or any of its Restricted Subsidiaries at the time; et

(4) other agreements or arrangements designed to protect such Person or any of its Restricted Subsidiaries against, or manage
exposure to, fluctuations in interest rates, commodity prices or currency exchange rates.

"Insolvency or
Liquidation Proceeding
” means: (a) any voluntary or involuntary case or proceeding under any bankruptcy law with respect to any Grantor, (b) any other voluntary or involuntary insolvency, reorganization or bankruptcy case or
proceeding, or any receivership, liquidation, reorganization or other similar case or proceeding with respect to any Grantor or with respect to any of its assets, (c) any liquidation, dissolution, reorganization or winding up of any Grantor
whether voluntary or involuntary and whether or not involving insolvency or bankruptcy (other than any liquidation, dissolution, reorganization or winding up of any Subsidiary of the Company permitted by the First Lien Documents), (d) any assignment
for the benefit of creditors or any other marshalling of assets and liabilities of any Grantor or (e) any other proceeding of any type or nature in which substantially all claims of creditors of any Grantor are determined and any payment or
distribution is or may be made on account of such claims.

"Junior Lien” means a Lien granted by a Junior
Lien Document to the Junior Lien Collateral Agent, at any time, upon any Collateral by any Grantor to secure Junior Lien Obligations.

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"Junior Lien Assumption Supplemental Indenture” has the meaning
assigned to such term in the Preamble above.

"Junior Lien Base Indenture” has the meaning assigned to
such term in the Preamble above.

"Junior Lien Collateral” means all Collateral and any other assets of
any Grantor now or at any time hereafter subject to Liens which secure, but only to the extent securing, any Junior Lien Obligations.

"Junior Lien Collateral Agent” means the collateral agent or agents or other representative of lenders or
holders of Junior Lien Obligations designated pursuant to the terms of the Junior Lien Documents and this Agreement, in each case, together with its successors and assigns. Initially, the Junior Lien Collateral Agent will be Wilmington Trust,
National Association.

"Junior Lien Collateral Documents” means, collectively, each Assignment, Mortgage,
Pledge Agreement and Security Agreement, this Agreement, any future collateral agency or intercreditor agreement, control agreements and each other instrument creating a Lien or Liens in favor of the Junior Lien Collateral Agent as required by the
Junior Lien Documents or this Agreement, in each case, as the same may be in effect from time to time.

"Junior
Lien Debt
” means (a) the Junior Lien Notes and (b) any other Indebtedness secured by a Lien that is junior in priority to First Lien Debt that is permitted to be incurred and so secured under the Junior Lien Indenture; provided
that:

(1) such Indebtedness does not mature and does not have any mandatory or scheduled payments or sinking fund
obligations prior to the date that is 91 days after the maturity date of the First Lien Notes;

(2) on or before the date
on which such Indebtedness is incurred by the Company or any Guarantor, the Company shall deliver to each First Lien Representative and Junior Lien Representative complete copies of each applicable Junior Lien Document (which shall provide that each
secured party with respect to such Indebtedness shall be subject to and bound by this Agreement), along with an Officers’ Certificate identifying the obligations constituting Junior Lien Obligations;

(3) on or before the date on which any such Indebtedness is incurred by the Company or any Guarantor, such Indebtedness is
designated by the Company, in an Officers’ Certificate delivered to each Junior Lien Representative and Junior Lien Collateral Agent as “Junior Lien Debt,” and such Officers’ Certificate also certifies that such Indebtedness is
permitted and with respect to any other requirements set forth in this Agreement;

(4) a Junior Lien Representative is
designated with respect to such Indebtedness and executes and delivers an Additional Secured Debt Designation on behalf of itself and all holders of such Indebtedness;

(5) such Indebtedness shall not be an obligation of any person other than the Company or any Guarantor;

(6) such Indebtedness is not secured by a Lien on any collateral other than collateral securing First Lien Obligations;

(7) such Indebtedness does not provide for “cross-default” (as opposed to “cross-acceleration”) provisions
to the First Lien Obligations; et

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(8) the definitive documents for such Indebtedness do not have any term, covenant
or default or event of default provisions that are more restrictive than the terms, covenants and default and event of default provisions with respect to the First Lien Obligations (other than any more restrictive provisions with respect to
additional Junior Lien Debt) and do not contain any financial maintenance covenant.

"Junior Lien
Documents
” means, collectively, the Junior Lien Note Documents and any other indenture, credit agreement or other agreement or instrument pursuant to which Junior Lien Debt is incurred and the documents pursuant to which Junior Lien
Obligations are granted.

"Junior Lien Escrow Issuer” has the meaning assigned to such term in the
Preamble above.

"Junior Lien Facility” means the indebtedness under the Junior Lien Indenture and any
Additional Junior Lien Facility.

"Junior Lien Guarantee Supplemental Indenture” has the meaning assigned
to such term in the Preamble above.

"Junior Lien Indenture” has the meaning assigned to such term in the
Preamble above.

"Junior Lien Notes” has the meaning assigned to such term in the Preamble above.

"Junior Lien Note Documents” means the Junior Lien Indenture, the Junior Lien Notes, the Junior Lien
Collateral Documents, the Guarantees and any agreement, instrument or other document evidencing or governing any Junior Lien Notes Obligations.

"Junior Lien Notes Obligations” means all advances to, and debts, liabilities, obligations, covenants and
duties of, the Company or any Guarantor arising under the Junior Lien Indenture, the Junior Lien Notes, the Guarantees or the Junior Lien Collateral Documents (including all principal, premium, interest, penalties, fees, charges, expenses,
indemnifications, reimbursement obligations, damages, guarantees and other liabilities or amounts payable or arising thereunder), whether direct or indirect (including those acquired by assumption), absolute or contingent, due or to become due, now
existing or hereafter arising and including interest and fees that accrue after the commencement by or against the Company or any Guarantor of any proceeding in bankruptcy or insolvency law naming such Person as the debtor in such proceeding,
regardless of whether such interest and fees are allowed claims in such proceeding.

"Junior Lien
Obligations
” means Junior Lien Debt and all other Obligations in respect thereof.

"Junior Lien
Purchasers
” has the meaning assigned to such term in Section 3.06(a).

"Junior
Lien Representative
” means, in the case of the Junior Lien Notes, the Junior Lien Trustee, and in the case of any other series of Junior Lien Debt, the trustee, agent or representative of the holders of such series of Junior Lien
Debt who is appointed as a representative of the Junior Lien Debt (for purposes related to the administration of the Junior Lien Collateral Documents) pursuant to the indenture, credit agreement or other agreement governing such series of Junior
Lien Debt, in each case together with its successors in such capacity.

"Junior Lien Secured Party” means
each holder of a Junior Lien Obligation, including the Junior Lien Trustee, each Junior Lien Representative and the Junior Lien Collateral Agent.

"Junior Lien Supplemental Indentures” has the meaning assigned to such term in the Preamble above.

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"Junior Lien Trustee” has the meaning assigned to such term in
the Preamble above.

"Lien” means, with respect to any asset, any mortgage, lien, pledge, charge,
security interest or encumbrance of any kind in respect of such asset, whether or not filed, recorded or otherwise perfected under applicable law, including any conditional sale or other title retention agreement, any lease in the nature thereof,
any option or other agreement to sell or give a security interest in such asset and any filing of or agreement to give any financing statement under the Uniform Commercial Code (or equivalent statutes) of any jurisdiction.

"New York UCC” means the Uniform Commercial Code as from time to time in effect in the State of New York.

"Obligations” means any principal, premium, if any, interest (including interest accruing on or after
the filing of any petition in bankruptcy or for reorganization, whether or not a claim for post-filing interest is allowed in such proceeding), penalty, fee, charge, expense, indemnification, reimbursement obligation, damages, guarantee and other
liability or amount payable under the documentation governing any indebtedness or in respect thereto.

"Officers’ Certificate” means a certificate signed on behalf of any Person by two officers and/or
directors, one of whom must be a Financial Officer of such Person.

"Person” means any individual,
corporation, partnership, joint venture, association, joint-stock company, trust, unincorporated organization, limited liability company or government or other entity.

"Property” means any interest in any kind of property or asset, whether real, personal or mixed, or tangible
or intangible, including, without limitation, cash, securities, accounts and contract rights.

"Purchase
Notice
” has the meaning assigned to such term in Section 3.06(a).

"Replaces” means, (a) in respect of any agreement with reference to any First Lien Document or First
Lien Obligation, that such agreement refunds, refinances or replaces such First Lien Document or First Lien Obligation in whole (in a transaction that is in compliance with Section 4.04(a)) and that all commitments
thereunder are terminated, or, to the extent permitted by the terms of the First Lien Document or First Lien Obligation, in part and (b) in respect of any agreement with reference to any Junior Lien Document or Junior Lien Obligation, that such
agreement refunds, refinances or replaces such Junior Lien Document or Junior Lien Obligation in whole (in a transaction that is in compliance with Section 4.04(a)) and that all commitments thereunder are terminated, or, to
the extent permitted by the terms of such Junior Lien Document or Junior Lien Obligation, in part. "Replace,” “Replaced,” “Replacing” and “Replacement” shall have correlative
meanings.

"Required First Lien Debtholders” means, at any time, the holders of a majority in aggregate
principal amount of all First Lien Debt then outstanding. For purposes of this definition, First Lien Debt registered in the name of, or beneficially owned by, the Company or any Affiliate of the Company will be deemed not to be outstanding.

"Section 363 Event” has the meaning assigned to such term in
Section 4.02(d).

"Section 363 Notice” has the meaning
assigned to such term in Section 4.02(d).

"Section 363
Objections
” has the meaning assigned to such term in Section 4.02(d).

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"Secured Debt Documents” means the First Lien Documents and the
Junior Lien Documents.

"Secured Debt Representative” means the First Lien Collateral Agent, the Junior
Lien Collateral Agent and such other representatives that become a party hereto from time to time through execution and delivery of an Additional Secured Debt Designation.

"Secured Obligations” means the First Lien Obligations and the Junior Lien Obligations.

"Secured Parties” means the First Lien Secured Parties and the Junior Lien Secured Parties.

"subsidiary” means, with respect to any specified Person:

(a)        any corporation, limited liability company, association or other business
entity (other than a partnership) of which more than 50% of the total voting power of shares of Capital Stock entitled (without regard to the occurrence of any contingency and after giving effect to any voting agreement or stockholders’
agreement that effectively transfers voting power) to vote in the election of directors, managers or trustees of the corporation, limited liability company, association or other business entity is at the time owned or controlled, directly or
indirectly, by that Person or one or more of the other subsidiaries of that Person (or a combination thereof);

(b)        any partnership of which (i) more than 50% of the capital accounts,
distribution rights, total equity and voting interests or general and limited partnership interests, as applicable, are owned or controlled, directly or indirectly, by such Person or one or more of the other subsidiaries of that Person (or a
combination thereof), whether in the form of general, special or limited partnership interests or otherwise, or (ii) such Person or any subsidiary of such Person is a controlling general partner or otherwise controls such entity; et

(c)        any corporation, limited liability company, association or other business
entity not referred to in clause (a) or (b) above the management of which is controlled, directly or indirectly, by such Person and the accounts of which would be consolidated with those of such Person in its consolidated financial statements
in accordance with GAAP.

For the avoidance of doubt, as of the issue date of the First Lien Notes and the Junior Lien
Notes, Pacific International Drilling West Africa Ltd. (Nigeria) and Pacific Drillship Nigeria Limited (BVI) shall be subsidiaries of the Company.

"Superpriority Debt" means up to $50 million of First Lien Debt with payment priority pursuant to
the Collateral Agency Agreement.

"Standstill Period” has the meaning assigned to such term in
Section 3.02(a).

"Uniform Commercial Code” means the Uniform Commercial Code
as in effect in any applicable jurisdiction from time to time.

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ARTICLE II

LIEN PRIORITIES

Section 2.01 Relative Priorities.

(a)        The grant of the First Liens pursuant to the First Lien Documents and the
grant of the Junior Liens pursuant to the Junior Lien Documents create two separate and distinct Liens on the Collateral.

(b)        Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Agreement, the
First Lien Documents, the Junior Lien Documents or any other agreement or instrument to the contrary, or any other circumstance whatsoever, including a circumstance that might be a defense available to, or a discharge of, a Grantor in respect of a
First Lien Obligation or a Junior Lien Obligation or holder of such obligation and irrespective of ;

(i)        how a Lien was acquired (whether by grant, possession, statute, operation
of law, subrogation, or otherwise);

(ii)        the time, manner, order of
grant, attachment or perfection of a Lien;

(iii)        any conflicting
provision of the New York UCC or other applicable law;

(iv)        any defect
in, or non-perfection, setting aside or avoidance of, a Lien or a First Lien Document or a Junior Lien Document;

(v)        the modification of a First Lien Document, a Junior Lien Document, a First
Lien Obligation or a Junior Lien Obligation;

(vi)        the exchange of any
security interest in any Collateral for a security interest in other Collateral;

(vii)        the commencement of an Insolvency or Liquidation Proceeding; ou

(viii)        the subordination of a Lien on Collateral securing a First Lien
Obligation to a Lien securing another obligation of the Company or other Person that is permitted under the First Lien Documents as in effect on the date hereof or securing a DIP Financing or the subordination of a Lien on Collateral securing a
Junior Lien Obligation to a Lien securing another obligation of the Company or any other Person (other than a First Lien Obligation) that is permitted under the Junior Lien Documents as in effect on the date hereof;

the Junior Lien Collateral Agent, on behalf of itself and the other Junior Lien Secured Parties, hereby agrees that (A) any First Lien on
any Collateral now or hereafter held by or for the benefit of any First Lien Secured Party shall be senior in right, priority, operation, effect and all other respects to any and all Junior Liens on any Collateral, in any case, subject to the First
Lien Cap as provided herein and (B) any Junior Lien on any Collateral now or hereafter held by or for the benefit of any Junior Lien Secured Party shall be junior and subordinate in right, priority, operation, effect and all other respects to
any and all First Liens on any Collateral, in any case, subject to the First Lien Cap as provided herein.

(c)        It is acknowledged that, subject to the First Lien Cap, (i) the
aggregate amount of the First Lien Obligations may be increased from time to time pursuant to the terms of the First Lien Documents, (ii) a portion of the First Lien Obligations may consist of indebtedness that is revolving in

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nature, and the amount thereof that may be outstanding at any time or from time to time may be increased or reduced and subsequently reborrowed, and (iii) (A) the First Lien Documents
may be replaced, restated, supplemented, restructured or otherwise amended or modified from time to time and (B) the First Lien Obligations may be increased, extended, renewed, replaced, restated, supplemented, restructured, repaid, refunded,
refinanced or otherwise amended or modified from time to time, and Additional First Lien Obligations or Additional Junior Lien Obligations may be incurred, in the case of the foregoing (A) and (B) all without affecting the subordination of the
Junior Liens hereunder or the provisions of this Agreement defining the relative rights of the First Lien Secured Parties and the Junior Lien Secured Parties. The lien priorities provided for herein shall not be altered or otherwise affected by any
amendment, modification, supplement, extension, increase, renewal, restatement or replacement of either the First Lien Obligations (or any part thereof) or the Junior Lien Obligations (or any part thereof), by the release of any Collateral or of any
guarantee for any First Lien Obligation or by any action that any Secured Debt Representative or Secured Party may take or fail to take in respect of any Collateral.

Section 2.02 Prohibition on Contesting Liens, Marshalling, Etc. Until the Discharge of
First Lien Obligations (other than Excess First Lien Obligations), neither the Junior Lien Collateral Agent nor any other Junior Lien Secured Party will assert, and each of the Junior Lien Collateral Agent and any other Junior Lien Secured Party
hereby waives, to the fullest extent permitted by law, any right to demand, request, plead or otherwise assert or claim the benefit of any marshalling, appraisal, valuation, or other similar right that may be available to a junior secured creditor
with respect to the Collateral or any similar rights a junior secured creditor may have under applicable law.

Section 2.03 No New Liens. The parties hereto agree that, so long as the Discharge of First
Lien Obligations (other than Excess First Lien Obligations) has not occurred, none of the Grantors shall, nor shall any Grantor permit any of its subsidiaries to, grant or permit any additional Liens, or take any action to perfect any additional
Liens, on any asset of a Grantor to secure:

(a)        any Junior Lien
Obligation unless it has also granted or substantially contemporaneously grants (or offers to grant) a Lien on such asset of such Grantor in favor of the First Lien Collateral Agent to secure the First Lien Obligations and has taken all actions
required to perfect such Liens; provided, however, that the refusal or inability of the First Lien Collateral Agent to accept such Lien will not prevent the Junior Lien Collateral Agent from taking the Lien; ou

(b)        any First Lien Obligation (other than Liens on any assets listed under
clause (iii), (iv)(C) or (viii) in the definition of “Excluded Property” securing any Superpriority Debt permitted under the First Lien Indenture) unless it has granted or substantially contemporaneously grants (or offers to grant) a
Lien on such asset of such Grantor in favor of the Junior Lien Collateral Agent to secure the Junior Lien Obligations and has taken all actions required to perfect such Liens; provided, however, that the refusal or inability of the
Junior Lien Collateral Agent to accept such Lien will not prevent the First Lien Collateral Agent from taking the Lien; with each such Lien as described in this Section 2.03 to be subject to the provisions of this
Agreement. To the extent that the foregoing provisions are not complied with for any reason, without limiting any other right or remedy available to the First Lien Collateral Agent and/or the other First Lien Secured Parties, the Junior Lien
Collateral Agent, for itself and on behalf of the other Junior Lien Secured Parties, agrees that any amounts received by or distributed to any Junior Lien Secured Party pursuant to or as a result of any Lien granted in contravention of this
Section 2.03 shall be subject to Section 3.05(b).

Section 2.04 Similar Collateral and Agreements. The parties hereto acknowledge and agree
that it is their intention that the First Lien Collateral and the Junior Lien Collateral be identical (other than Liens on any assets listed under clause (iii), (iv)(C) or (viii) in the definition of “Excluded Property” securing any

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Superpriority Debt permitted under the First Lien Indenture, each as provided in Section 2.03(b)). In furtherance of the foregoing, the parties hereto agree:

(a)        to cooperate in good faith in order to determine, upon any reasonable
request by the First Lien Collateral Agent or the Junior Lien Collateral Agent, the specific assets included in the First Lien Collateral and the Junior Lien Collateral, the steps taken to perfect the First Liens and the Junior Liens thereon and the
identity of the respective parties obligated under the First Lien Documents and the Junior Lien Documents in respect of the First Lien Obligations and the Junior Lien Obligations, respectively;

(b)        that the Junior Lien Collateral Documents creating Liens on the Junior
Lien Collateral shall be in all material respects the same forms of documents as the respective First Lien Collateral Documents creating Liens on the First Lien Collateral, other than (i) with respect to the priority nature of the Liens created
thereunder in such Collateral, (ii) such other modifications to such Junior Lien Collateral Documents which are less restrictive than the corresponding First Lien Collateral Documents and (iii) provisions in the Junior Lien Collateral
Documents which are solely applicable to the rights and duties of the Junior Lien Collateral Agent;

(c)        that at no time shall there be any Grantor that is an obligor in respect
of the Junior Lien Obligations that is not also an obligor in respect of the First Lien Obligations; et

(d)        that at no time shall there be any Lien (whether perfected or not) on any
property of any Grantor to secure the Junior Lien Obligations that is not also granted (and similarly perfected) to secure the First Lien Obligations.

Section 2.05 No Duties of First Lien Collateral Agent. The Junior Lien Collateral Agent,
for itself and on behalf of each Junior Lien Secured Party, acknowledges and agrees that neither the First Lien Collateral Agent nor any other First Lien Secured Party shall have any duties or other obligations to any such Junior Lien Secured Party
with respect to any Collateral, other than to transfer to the Junior Lien Collateral Agent any remaining Collateral and any proceeds of the sale or other Disposition of any such Collateral remaining in its possession following the associated
Discharge of First Lien Obligations (other than Excess First Lien Obligations), in each case, without representation or warranty on the part of the First Lien Collateral Agent or any First Lien Secured Party. In furtherance of the foregoing, each
Junior Lien Secured Party acknowledges and agrees that until the Discharge of First Lien Obligations (other than Excess First Lien Obligations and subject to the terms of Section 3.02, including the rights of the Junior
Lien Secured Parties following the expiration of any applicable Standstill Period), the First Lien Collateral Agent shall be entitled, for the benefit of the First Lien Secured Parties, to sell, transfer or otherwise Dispose of or deal with such
Collateral, as provided herein and in the First Lien Documents, without regard to any Junior Lien therein granted to the Junior Lien Secured Parties or any right to which the Junior Lien Collateral Agent or any Junior Lien Secured Party would
otherwise be entitled as a result of such Junior Lien. Without limiting the foregoing, the Junior Lien Collateral Agent, for itself and on behalf of each Junior Lien Secured Party, agrees that neither the First Lien Collateral Agent nor any other
First Lien Secured Party shall have any duty or obligation first to marshal or realize upon the Collateral, or to sell, Dispose of or otherwise liquidate all or any portion of such Collateral, in any manner that would maximize the return to the
Junior Lien Secured Parties, notwithstanding that the order and timing of any such realization, sale, Disposition or liquidation may affect the amount of proceeds actually received by the Junior Lien Secured Parties from such realization, sale,
Disposition or liquidation. The Junior Lien Collateral Agent, for itself and on behalf of each Junior Lien Secured Party, hereby waives any claim any Junior Lien Secured Party may now or hereafter have against the First Lien Collateral Agent or any
other First Lien Secured Party arising out of any action that the First Lien Collateral Agent or any other First Lien Secured Party takes or omits to take (including actions with respect to (i) the creation, perfection or continuation of Liens
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to realize upon, any Collateral, (iii) the maintenance and preservation of any Collateral and (iv) the collection of any claim for all or any part of the First Lien Obligations from any
account debtor, guarantor or any other party) in accordance with this Agreement and the First Lien Documents or the valuation, use, protection or release of any security for the First Lien Obligations.

Section 2.06 No Duties of Junior Lien Collateral Agent. The First Lien Collateral Agent,
for itself and on behalf of each First Lien Secured Party, acknowledges and agrees that neither the Junior Lien Collateral Agent nor any other Junior Lien Secured Party shall have any duty or other obligation to such First Lien Secured Party with
respect to any Collateral, except as expressly set forth in this Agreement.

ARTICLE III

ENFORCEMENT RIGHTS; PURCHASE OPTION

Section 3.01 Limitation on Enforcement Action. Prior to the Discharge of First Lien
Obligations (other than Excess First Lien Obligations), the Junior Lien Collateral Agent, for itself and on behalf of each Junior Lien Secured Party, hereby agrees that, subject to Section 3.05(b) et
Section 4.07, neither the Junior Lien Collateral Agent nor any other Junior Lien Secured Party shall commence any judicial or nonjudicial foreclosure proceedings with respect to, seek to have a trustee, receiver, liquidator
or similar official appointed for or over, attempt any action to take possession of, exercise any right, remedy or power with respect to, or otherwise take any action to enforce its interest in or realize upon, or take any other action available to
it in respect of, the Collateral under any Junior Lien Document, applicable law or otherwise (including but not limited to any right of setoff), it being agreed that only the First Lien Collateral Agent, acting in accordance with the applicable
First Lien Documents, shall have the exclusive right (and whether or not any Insolvency or Liquidation Proceeding has been commenced) to take any such action or exercise any such remedy, in each case, without any consultation with, or the consent
of, the Junior Lien Collateral Agent or any other Junior Lien Secured Party. In exercising rights and remedies with respect to the Collateral, the First Lien Collateral Agent and the other First Lien Secured Parties may enforce the provisions of the
First Lien Documents and exercise remedies thereunder, all in such order and in such manner as they may determine in their sole discretion and regardless of whether such exercise and enforcement is adverse to the interest of any Junior Lien Secured
Party. Such exercise and enforcement shall include the rights of an agent appointed by them to Dispose of any Collateral upon foreclosure, to incur expenses in connection with any such Disposition and to exercise all the rights and remedies of a
secured creditor under the Uniform Commercial Code, the Bankruptcy Code or any other Bankruptcy Law. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the First Lien Collateral Agent will have the exclusive right to deal with that portion of the
Collateral consisting of deposit accounts, commodity accounts and securities accounts (collectively “Accounts”), including exercising rights under control agreements with respect to such Accounts. The Junior Lien Collateral Agent,
for itself and on behalf of the other Junior Lien Secured Parties, hereby acknowledges and agrees that no covenant, agreement or restriction contained in any Junior Lien Security Document or any other Junior Lien Document shall be deemed to restrict
in any way the rights and remedies of the First Lien Collateral Agent or the other First Lien Secured Parties with respect to the Collateral as set forth in this Agreement. Notwithstanding the foregoing, subject to
Section 3.05, the Junior Lien Collateral Agent may, but will have no obligation to, on behalf of the Junior Lien Secured Parties, take all such actions (not adverse to the First Liens or the rights of the First Lien
Collateral Agent and the First Lien Secured Parties) it deems necessary to perfect or continue the perfection of the Junior Liens in the Collateral or to create, preserve or protect (but not enforce) the Junior Liens in the Collateral. Nothing
herein shall limit the right or ability of the Junior Lien Secured Parties to (i) purchase (by credit bid or otherwise) all or any portion of the Collateral in connection with any enforcement of remedies by the First Lien Collateral Agent so
long as the First Lien Secured Parties receive payment in full in cash of all First Lien Obligations (other than Excess First Lien Obligations) after giving effect thereto or (ii) file a proof of claim with respect to the Junior Lien
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Section 3.02 Standstill Periods; Permitted
Enforcement Action
.

(a)        Notwithstanding the foregoing
Section 3.01 and prior to the Discharge of First Lien Obligations (other than Excess First Lien Obligations), both before and during an Insolvency or Liquidation Proceeding, after a period of 180 days has elapsed
(which period will be tolled during any period in which the First Lien Collateral Agent is not entitled, on behalf of the First Lien Secured Parties, to enforce or exercise any right or remedy with respect to any Collateral as a result of
(i) any injunction issued by a court of competent jurisdiction or (ii) the automatic stay or any other stay or prohibition in any Insolvency or Liquidation Proceeding) since the date on which the Junior Lien Collateral Agent has delivered
to the First Lien Collateral Agent written notice of the acceleration of any Junior Lien Debt (the “Standstill Period”), the Junior Lien Collateral Agent and the other Junior Lien Secured Parties may enforce or exercise any right or
remedy with respect to any Collateral; provided, however, that notwithstanding the expiration of the Standstill Period or anything herein or in the Junior Lien Documents to the contrary, in no event may the Junior Lien Representative
or any other Junior Lien Secured Party enforce or exercise any right or remedy with respect to any Collateral, or commence, join with any Person at any time in commencing, or petition for or vote in favor of any resolution for, any such action or
proceeding, if the First Lien Collateral Agent, on behalf of the First Lien Secured Parties, or any other First Lien Secured Party, shall have commenced, and shall be diligently pursuing (or shall have sought or requested relief from, or
modification of, the automatic stay or any other stay or prohibition in any Insolvency or Liquidation Proceeding to enable the commencement and pursuit thereof), the enforcement or exercise of any right or remedy with respect the Collateral or any
such action or proceeding (prompt written notice thereof to be given to the Junior Lien Representatives by the First Lien Collateral Agent); provided, further, that, at any time after the expiration of the Standstill Period, if neither
the First Lien Collateral Agent nor any other First Lien Secured Party shall have commenced and be diligently pursuing (or shall have sought or requested relief from, or modification of, the automatic stay or any other stay or prohibition in any
Insolvency or Liquidation Proceeding to enable the commencement and pursuit thereof) the enforcement or exercise of any right or remedy with respect to any material portion of the Collateral or any such action or proceeding, and the Junior Lien
Collateral Agent shall have commenced the enforcement or exercise of any right or remedy with respect to any material portion of the Collateral or any such action or proceeding, then for so long as the Junior Lien Collateral Agent is diligently
pursuing such rights or remedies, neither any First Lien Secured Party nor the First Lien Collateral Agent shall take any action of a similar nature (other than a joinder in connection with such action or proceeding as may reasonably be considered
necessary to preserve the rights of the First Lien Secured Parties therein) with respect to such Collateral, or commence, join with any Person at any time in commencing, or petition for or vote in favor of any resolution for, any such action or
proceeding.

(b)        Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this
ARTICLE III or in any other provision of this Agreement, the Junior Lien Collateral Agent may:

(i)        if an Insolvency or Liquidation Proceeding has been commenced by or
against any Grantor, file a claim or statement of interest with respect to the Junior Lien Debt;

(ii)        take any action (not adverse to the priority status of the Liens on the
Collateral securing the First Lien Debt, or the rights of the First Lien Collateral Agent or any other First Lien Secured Party to undertake enforcement actions with respect to the Collateral or otherwise) in order to create or perfect its Lien in
the Collateral;

(iii)        file any necessary responsive or defensive pleading
in opposition to any motion, claim, adversary proceeding or other pleading made by any person objecting to or otherwise seeking the disallowance of the claims of the Junior Lien Secured Parties, including any claims secured by the Collateral, if
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(iv)        file any pleading,
objection, motion or agreement which asserts rights or interests available to, or exercises rights as (to the extent not prohibited by Section 4.07), unsecured creditors of the Grantors arising under any Insolvency or
Liquidation Proceeding or applicable non-bankruptcy law, in each case not inconsistent with the terms of this Agreement;

(v)        vote on any plan of reorganization and make any filing (including proofs
of claim) and argument and motion that is, in each case, not in contravention of the provisions of this Agreement, with respect to the Junior Lien Debt and the Collateral;

(vi)        seek to enforce any of the terms of the Junior Lien Documents to the
extent not expressly prohibited by the other provisions of this Agreement;

(vii)        join (but not exercise any control with respect to) any judicial
foreclosure proceeding or other judicial Lien enforcement proceeding with respect to the Collateral initiated by the First Lien Collateral Agent (or any First Lien Secured Party) to the extent that any such action could not reasonably be expected,
in any material respect, to restrain, hinder, limit, delay for any material period or otherwise interfere with an enforcement action by the First Lien Collateral Agent (it being understood that neither the Junior Lien Collateral Agent nor any Junior
Lien Secured Party shall be entitled to receive any proceeds of any Collateral unless otherwise expressly permitted herein);

(viii)        bid for or purchase any Collateral at any public, private or judicial
foreclosure upon such Collateral initiated by the First Lien Collateral Agent or any First Lien Secured Party, or any sale of such Collateral during an Insolvency or Liquidation Proceeding; provided, however, that such bid may only
include a “credit bid” in respect of any Junior Lien Debt to the extent that, and so long as, the First Lien Secured Parties receive payment in full in cash of all First Lien Obligations (other than Excess First Lien Obligations) after
giving effect thereto; et

(ix)        take or otherwise exercise any
enforcement action after the expiration of the Standstill Period to the extent specifically permitted in the second proviso to Section 3.02(a) or with the written consent of the First Lien Collateral Agent or as required by
a court of competent jurisdiction.

Section 3.03 Insurance.

(a)        Unless and until the Discharge of First Lien Obligations (other than
Excess First Lien Obligations) has occurred (but subject to the terms of Section 3.02, including the rights of the Junior Lien Secured Parties following expiration of any applicable Standstill Period), the First Lien
Collateral Agent shall have the sole and exclusive right, subject to the rights of the Grantors under the First Lien Documents, to adjust and settle claims in respect of Collateral under any insurance policy in the event of any loss thereunder and
to approve any award granted in any condemnation or similar proceeding (or any deed in lieu of condemnation) affecting the Collateral. Unless and until the Discharge of First Lien Obligations (other than Excess First Lien Obligations) has occurred,
and subject to the rights of the Grantors under the First Lien Documents, all proceeds of any such policy and any such award (or any payment with respect to a deed in lieu of condemnation) in respect of the Collateral shall be paid to the First Lien
Collateral Agent pursuant to the terms of the First Lien Documents (including for purposes of cash collateralization of letters of credit). If the Junior Lien Collateral Agent or any Junior Lien Secured Party shall, at any time, receive any proceeds
of any such insurance policy or any such award or payment in contravention of the foregoing, it shall pay such proceeds over to the First Lien Collateral Agent in accordance with the terms of this Agreement. In addition, if by virtue of being named
as an additional insured or loss payee of any insurance policy of any Grantor covering any of the Collateral, the Junior Lien Collateral Agent or any other Junior Lien Secured Party has the right to adjust or settle any claim under any such
insurance policy, then unless and until the Discharge of First Lien Obligations (other than Excess First

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Lien Obligations) has occurred, the Junior Lien Collateral Agent or any such Junior Lien Secured Party shall follow the instructions of the First Lien Collateral Agent or of the Grantors under
the First Lien Documents to the extent the First Lien Documents grant such Grantors the right to adjust or settle such claims, with respect to such adjustment or settlement (subject to the terms of Section 3.02, including
the rights of the Junior Lien Secured Parties following expiration of any applicable Standstill Period).

(b)        Following the Discharge of First Lien Obligations (other than Excess First
Lien Obligations) but prior to the Discharge of Junior Lien Obligations, the Junior Lien Collateral Agent shall have the sole and exclusive right, subject to the rights of the Grantors under the Junior Lien Documents, to adjust and settle claims in
respect of Collateral under any insurance policy in the event of any loss thereunder and to approve any award granted in any condemnation or similar proceeding (or any deed in lieu of condemnation) affecting the Collateral. Unless and until the
Discharge of Junior Lien Obligations has occurred, and subject to the rights of the Grantors under the Junior Lien Documents, all proceeds of any such policy and any such award (or any payment with respect to a deed in lieu of condemnation) in
respect of the Collateral shall be paid to the Junior Lien Collateral Agent pursuant to the terms of the Junior Lien Documents and, after the Discharge of Junior Lien Obligations has occurred, to the owner of the subject property, to such other
person as may be entitled thereto or as a court of competent jurisdiction may otherwise direct.

Section 3.04 Notification of Release of Collateral. The Company shall give prompt written
notice to each of the First Lien Collateral Agent, the Junior Lien Collateral Agent and the other Secured Debt Representatives of the Disposition of, and release of the Lien on, any Collateral. Such notice shall describe in reasonable detail the
subject Collateral, the parties involved in such Disposition or release, the place, time, manner and method thereof and the consideration, if any, received therefor; provided, however, that the failure to give any such notice shall not
in and of itself in any way impair the effectiveness of any such Disposition or release.

Section 3.05 No Interference; Payment Over.

(a) No Interference. The Junior Lien Collateral Agent, for itself and
on behalf of each Junior Lien Secured Party, agrees that, whether or not an Insolvency or Liquidation Proceeding has been commenced, each Junior Lien Secured Party:

(i)        will not take or cause to be taken any action the purpose or effect of
which is, or could be, to make any Junior Lien that such Junior Lien Secured Party has on the Collateral pari passu with, or to give such Junior Lien Secured Party any preference or priority relative to, any Lien that the First Lien
Collateral Agent holds on behalf of the First Lien Secured Parties secured by any Collateral or any part thereof;

(ii)        will not challenge or question in any proceeding the validity or
enforceability of any First Lien Obligation or First Lien Document, or the validity, attachment, perfection or priority of any Lien held by the First Lien Collateral Agent on behalf of the First Lien Secured Parties, or the validity or
enforceability of the priorities, rights or duties established by the provisions of this Agreement;

(iii)        will not take or cause to be taken any action the purpose or effect of
which is, or could be, to interfere, hinder or delay, in any manner, whether by judicial proceedings or otherwise, any foreclosure or enforcement action or exercise of rights and remedies related to the sale, transfer or other Disposition of the
Collateral by any First Lien Secured Party or the First Lien Collateral Agent acting on their behalf in an enforcement action;

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(iv)        will have no right to
(A) direct the First Lien Collateral Agent or any other First Lien Secured Party to exercise any right, remedy or power with respect to any Collateral or (B) consent to the exercise by the First Lien Collateral Agent or any other First
Lien Secured Party of any right, remedy or power with respect to any Collateral;

(v)        will not institute any suit or assert in any suit or in any Insolvency or
Liquidation Proceeding, any claim against the First Lien Collateral Agent or other First Lien Secured Party seeking damages from, or seeking other relief by way of specific performance, instructions or otherwise with respect to, and neither the
First Lien Collateral Agent nor any other First Lien Secured Party will be liable for, any action taken or omitted to be taken by the First Lien Collateral Agent or other First Lien Secured Party with respect to any First Lien Collateral;

(vi)        will not seek, and hereby waives, any right to have any Collateral or any
part thereof marshalled upon any foreclosure or other Disposition of such Collateral;

(vii)        will not attempt, directly or indirectly, whether by judicial
proceedings or otherwise, to challenge the enforceability of any provision of this Agreement;

(viii)        will not object to, and hereby waives any right to object to,
forbearance by the First Lien Collateral Agent or any First Lien Secured Party; et

(ix)        will not assert, and hereby waives, to the fullest extent permitted by
law, any right to demand, request, plead or otherwise assert or claim the benefit of any marshalling, appraisal, valuation or other similar right that may be available under applicable law with respect to the Collateral or any similar right a junior
secured creditor may have under applicable law.

(b) Payment Over.
The Junior Lien Collateral Agent, for itself and on behalf of each other Junior Lien Secured Party, hereby agrees that if any Junior Lien Secured Party obtains possession of any Collateral or realizes any proceeds or payment in respect of any
Collateral, pursuant to the exercise of remedies with respect to any of the Collateral under any Collateral Document or by the exercise of any right available to it under applicable law or in any Insolvency or Liquidation Proceeding, to the extent
permitted hereunder, at any time prior to the Discharge of First Lien Obligations (other than Excess First Lien Obligations) that are secured, or intended to be secured, by such Collateral, then it will hold such Collateral, proceeds or payment in
trust for the First Lien Collateral Agent and the other First Lien Secured Parties and transfer such Collateral, proceeds or payment, as the case may be, to the First Lien Collateral Agent as promptly as practicable. Furthermore, the Junior Lien
Collateral Agent shall, at the Grantors’ expense, promptly send written notice to the First Lien Collateral Agent upon receipt of such Collateral, proceeds or payment by any Junior Lien Secured Party and within five days after receipt by
the First Lien Collateral Agent of such written notice, shall deliver such Collateral, proceeds or payment to the First Lien Collateral Agent in the same form as received, with any necessary endorsement, or as a court of competent jurisdiction may
otherwise direct. The First Lien Collateral Agent is hereby authorized to make any such endorsement as agent for the Junior Lien Collateral Agent or any other Junior Lien Secured Party. The Junior Lien Collateral Agent, for itself and on behalf of
each other Junior Lien Secured Party, agrees that if, at any time, it or any other Junior Lien Secured Party obtains written notice that all or part of any payment with respect to any First Lien Obligation not constituting Excess First Lien
Obligations previously made shall be rescinded for any reason whatsoever, it will promptly pay over to the First Lien Collateral Agent any payment received by it or such other Junior Lien Secured Party and then in or its or such other Junior Lien
Secured Party’s possession or under its or such other Junior Lien Secured Party’s direct control in respect of any such First Lien Collateral and shall promptly turn any such Collateral then held by it or such other Junior Lien Secured
Party over to the First Lien Collateral Agent, and the provisions set forth in this Agreement will be reinstated as if such payment had not been made, until the Discharge of First Lien

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Obligations (other than Excess First Lien Obligations). All Junior Liens will remain attached to, and enforceable against, all proceeds so held or remitted, subject to the priorities set forth in
this Agreement. Anything contained herein to the contrary notwithstanding, this Section 3.05(b) shall not apply to any proceeds of Collateral realized in a transaction not prohibited by the First Lien Documents and as to
which the possession or receipt thereof by the Junior Lien Collateral Agent or any other Junior Lien Secured Party is otherwise permitted by the First Lien Documents. The Junior Lien Collateral Agent, for itself and on behalf of each other Junior
Lien Secured Party, hereby appoints the First Lien Collateral Agent, and any officer or agent of the First Lien Collateral Agent, with full power of substitution, the
attorney-in-fact of each Junior Lien Secured Party for the limited purpose of carrying out the provisions of this Section 3.05(b) and taking
any action and executing any instrument that the First Lien Collateral Agent may deem necessary or advisable to accomplish the purposes of this Section 3.05(b), which appointment is irrevocable and coupled with an interest.

Section 3.06 Purchase Option.

(a)        Notwithstanding anything in this Agreement to the contrary, on or at any
time after (i) the commencement of an Insolvency or Liquidation Proceeding, (ii) the acceleration of the First Lien Obligations, (iii) the exercise or undertaking of any right of set-off in
respect of any Collateral by any First Lien Secured Party under any First Lien Document, (iv) the 60th day after any event of default based on non-payment of principal under any First Lien Document that
has not been waived by the applicable First Lien Secured Parties or (v) the delivery of any Section 363 Notice or the occurrence of any Section 363 Event, each of the holders of the Junior Lien Debt and each of their respective
designated Affiliates (the “Junior Lien Purchasers”) will have the several right, at their respective sole option, election and expense (but will not be obligated), within 60 days following any such event set forth in clauses
(i) through (v) above and upon prior written notice (the “Purchase Notice”) to applicable First Lien Representative, to purchase from the First Lien Secured Parties (A) all (but not less than all) First Lien Obligations
(including unfunded commitments) and (B) if applicable, all loans and letters of credit (and related obligations, including interest, fees and expenses) provided by any of the First Lien Secured Parties in connection with a DIP Financing that
are outstanding on the date of such purchase. Promptly following the receipt of such notice, the holder of First Lien Obligations will deliver to the Junior Lien Purchasers a statement of the amount of First Lien Debt, other First Lien Obligations
(including unfunded commitments) and DIP Financing (including letters of credit, interest, fees, expenses and other obligations in respect of such DIP Financing) provided by such holders of the First Lien Obligations, if any, then outstanding and
the amount of the cash collateral requested to be delivered pursuant to Section 3.06(b)(ii) below. The right to purchase provided for in this Section 3.06 will expire unless, within
10 Business Days after the receipt by the Junior Lien Purchasers of such statement from the applicable holders of First Lien Obligations, the Junior Lien Purchasers deliver to such holders of First Lien Obligations an irrevocable commitment to
purchase (A) all (but not less than all) of the First Lien Obligations (including unfunded commitments) and (B) if applicable, all loans and letters of credit (and related obligations, including interest, fees and expenses) provided by any
of the holders of First Lien Obligations in connection with a DIP Financing and to otherwise complete such purchase on the terms set forth under this Section 3.06. Any such Purchase Notice shall (i) designate a
purchase date, (ii) set forth the identities (including legal names) of each of the Junior Lien Purchasers together with their respective percentages of the First Lien Obligations, unfunded commitments and, if applicable, DIP Financing
Obligations, to be purchased by such Persons, (iii) identify a replacement or successor First Lien Collateral Agent that the First Lien Secured Parties (after giving effect to the purchase) appoint pursuant to the Collateral Agency Agreement,
and (iv) state that such notice is deemed to be an irrevocable offer to the First Lien Secured Parties to purchase such First Lien Obligations on the terms set forth in this Agreement. The First Lien Secured Parties shall be entitled to rely in
all respects upon the information set forth in the Purchase Notice, including the identities (and legal names) of the Junior Lien Purchasers.

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(b)        On the date specified by the
Junior Lien Purchasers in such irrevocable commitment (which shall not be less than five Business Days, nor more than 20 Business Days after the receipt by the applicable holders of First Lien Obligations of such irrevocable commitment), the
holders of First Lien Obligations shall sell to the Junior Lien Purchasers (i) all (but not less than all) First Lien Obligations (including unfunded commitments but other than any First Lien Obligations constituting Excess First Lien
Obligations) and (ii) if applicable, all loans and letters of credit (and related obligations, including interest, fees and expenses) provided by any of the holders of First Lien Obligations in connection with a DIP Financing that are
outstanding on the date of such sale, subject to any required approval of any Governmental Authority then in effect, if any, and only if on the date of such sale, the applicable holders of First Lien Obligations receive the following:

(i)        Payment in full in cash, as the purchase price for all First Lien
Obligations sold in such sale, of an amount equal to the full amount of (i) all First Lien Obligations (other than outstanding letters of credit as referred to in clause (ii) below) and (ii) if applicable, all
loans and letters of credit (and related obligations, including interest, fees and expenses) provided by any of the holders of First Lien Obligations in connection with a DIP Financing then outstanding (including principal, interest, fees,
reasonable attorneys’ fees and legal expenses, but excluding contingent indemnification obligations for which no claim or demand for payment has been made at or prior to such time); provided, however, that in the case of
obligations in respect of Hedging Obligations that constitute First Lien Obligations, the Junior Lien Purchasers shall cause the applicable agreements governing such Hedging Obligations to be assigned and novated or, if such agreements have been
terminated, such purchase price shall include an amount equal to the sum of any unpaid amounts then due in respect of such Hedging Obligations, calculated using the market quotation method and after giving effect to any netting arrangements;

(ii)        a cash collateral deposit in such amount as the applicable First Lien
Secured Parties that hold letters of credit determine is reasonably necessary to secure the payment of any outstanding letter of credit constituting First Lien Obligations that may become due and payable after such sale (but not in any event in an
amount greater than 105% of the amount then reasonably estimated to be the aggregate outstanding amount of such letter of credit at such time), which cash collateral shall be (A) held by such applicable First Lien Secured Party as security
solely to reimburse the issuers of such letter of credit that becomes due and payable after such sale and any fees and expenses incurred in connection with such letters of credit and (B) returned to the Junior Lien Purchasers (except as may
otherwise be required by applicable law or any order of any court or other Governmental Authority) promptly after the expiration or termination from time to time of all payment contingencies affecting such letters of credit; et

(iii)        any agreement, document or instrument which the applicable First Lien
Secured Parties may reasonably request pursuant to which the Junior Lien Purchasers in such sale expressly assume and adopt all of the Obligations of the holders of the First Lien Obligations under the First Lien Documents and in connection with
loans (and related obligations, including interest, fees and expenses) provided by any holder of First Lien Obligations in connection with a DIP Financing on and after the date of the purchase and sale and the Junior Lien Representative (or any
other representative appointed by the holders of a majority in aggregate principal amount of the Junior Lien Obligations owned by the Junior Lien Purchasers) becomes a successor agent thereunder.

(c)        Such purchase of the First Lien Obligations (including unfunded
commitments) and any loan provided by any holder of First Lien Obligations in connection with a DIP Financing shall be made on a pro rata basis among the Junior Lien Purchasers giving notice to the applicable First Lien Representative of
their interest to exercise the purchase option hereunder according to each such Junior Lien Purchaser’s portion of the Junior Lien Obligations outstanding on the date of purchase or such portion as such Junior Lien Purchasers may otherwise
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remitted by wire transfer in federal funds to such bank account of the applicable First Lien Secured Parties as the applicable First Lien Secured Parties may designate in writing to the Junior
Lien Purchasers for such purpose. Interest shall be calculated to but excluding the Business Day on which such sale occurs if the amounts so paid by the Junior Lien Purchasers to the bank account designated by the First Lien Secured Parties are
received in such bank account prior to 12:00 noon, New York City time, and interest shall be calculated to and including such Business Day if the amounts so paid by the Junior Lien Purchasers to the bank account designated by the applicable First
Lien Secured Parties are received in such bank account later than 12:00 noon, New York City time.

(d)        Such sale shall be expressly made without representation or warranty of
any kind by the applicable First Lien Representative or any First Lien Secured Party as to the First Lien Obligations, the Collateral or otherwise and without recourse to the applicable First Lien Representative or any First Lien Secured Party,
except that the applicable holders of First Lien Obligations shall represent and warrant severally as to the First Lien Obligations (including unfunded commitments) and any loan and letter of credit provided by any holder of First Lien Obligations
in connection with a DIP Financing then owing to it that (i) such holders of the First Lien Obligations own such First Lien Obligations (including unfunded commitments) and any loan and letter of credit provided by any of the First Lien Secured
Parties in connection with a DIP Financing and (ii) such holders of the First Lien Obligations have the necessary corporate or other governing authority to assign such interests.

(e)        After such sale becomes effective, any outstanding letter of credit will
remain enforceable against the issuers thereof and will remain secured by the First Liens upon the Collateral in accordance with the applicable provisions of the First Lien Collateral Documents as in effect at the time of such sale, and the issuers
of letters of credit will remain entitled to the benefit of the First Liens upon the Collateral and sharing rights in the proceeds thereof in accordance with the provisions of the First Lien Collateral Documents as in effect at the time of such
sale, as fully as if the sale of the First Lien Obligations had not been made, but only the Person or successor agent to whom the First Liens are transferred in such sale will have the right to foreclose upon or otherwise enforce the First Liens and
only the Junior Lien Purchasers in the sale will have the right to direct such Person or successor as to matters relating to the foreclosure or other enforcement of the First Liens.

(f)        Each Grantor irrevocably consents to any assignment effected to one or
more Junior Lien Purchasers pursuant to this Section 3.06 (so long as they meet all eligibility standards contained in all relevant First Lien Documents, other than obtaining the consent of any Grantor to an assignment to
the extent required by such First Lien Documents) for purposes of all First Lien Documents and hereby agrees that no further consent from such Grantor shall be required.

(g)        Notwithstanding the foregoing, the First Lien Collateral Agent and the
First Lien Secured Parties shall retain any and all rights with respect to indemnification, reimbursement and other similar contingent obligations under the Collateral Agency Agreement, the First Lien Documents or any agreement governing Hedging
Obligations or Cash Management Obligations that are expressly stated to survive the termination of such applicable document, contract or agreement.

ARTICLE IV

OTHER
AGREEMENTS

Section 4.01 Release of Liens; Automatic Release of Junior Liens.

(a)        Prior to the Discharge of First Lien Obligations (other than Excess First
Lien Obligations), the Junior Lien Collateral Agent, for itself and on behalf of each other Junior Lien Secured Party, agrees that, if the First Lien Collateral Agent or the requisite First Lien Secured Parties under the

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First Lien Documents release the First Lien on any Collateral, the Junior Lien on such Collateral shall terminate and be released automatically and without further action if (i) such release
is permitted under the Junior Lien Documents, (ii) such release is effected in connection with the First Lien Collateral Agent’s foreclosure upon, or other exercise of rights or remedies with respect to, such Collateral, or (iii) such
release is effected in connection with a sale or other Disposition of any Collateral (or any portion thereof) under Section 363 of the Bankruptcy Code or any other provision of the Bankruptcy Code if the requisite First Lien Secured Parties
under the First Lien Documents shall have consented to such sale or Disposition of such Collateral; provided, however, that, in the case of each of clauses (i), (ii) et (iii) above, the
Junior Liens on such Collateral securing the Junior Lien Obligations shall remain in place (and shall remain subject and subordinate to all First Liens securing First Lien Obligations, subject to the First Lien Cap, and all Junior Liens securing
Junior Lien Obligations) with respect to any proceeds of a sale, transfer or other Disposition of Collateral not paid to the First Lien Secured Parties or that remain after the Discharge of First Lien Obligations (other than Excess First Lien
Obligations).

(b)        The Junior Lien Collateral Agent agrees to execute and
deliver (at the sole cost and expense of the Grantors) all such releases and other instruments as shall reasonably be requested by the First Lien Collateral Agent to evidence and confirm any release of Collateral provided for in this
Section 4.01 and hereby appoints the First Lien Collateral Agent, and any officer or agent of the First Lien Collateral Agent, with full power of substitution, the attorney-in-fact of each Junior Lien Secured Party for the limited purpose of carrying out the provisions of this Section 4.01 and taking any action and executing any instrument that
may be necessary or advisable to accomplish the purposes of this Section 4.01, which appointment is irrevocable and coupled with an interest.

Section 4.02 Certain Agreements With Respect to Insolvency or Liquidation Proceedings.

(a)        The parties hereto acknowledge that this Agreement is a
“subordination agreement” under Section 510(a) of the Bankruptcy Code and shall continue in full force and effect, notwithstanding the commencement of any Insolvency or Liquidation Proceeding by or against the Company or any other
Grantor or any of their respective subsidiaries or any action taken in such Insolvency or Liquidation Proceeding, including any attempted rejection under Section 365 of the Bankruptcy Code. All references in this Agreement to the Company or any
of its subsidiaries or any other Grantor will include such Person or Persons as a debtor-in-possession and any receiver or trustee for such Person or Persons in an
Insolvency or Liquidation Proceeding. For the purposes of this Section 4.02, unless otherwise provided herein, clauses Section 4.02(b) through and including
Section 4.02(o) shall be in full force and effect prior to the Discharge of First Lien Obligations (other than Excess First Lien Obligations).

(b)        If the Company or any other Grantor or any of their respective
subsidiaries shall become subject to any Insolvency or Liquidation Proceeding and, as debtor(s)-in-possession, or if any receiver or trustee for such Person or Persons
moves for approval of financing (“DIP Financing”) to be provided by one or more lenders under Section 364 of the Bankruptcy Code and/or the use of cash collateral under Section 363 of the Bankruptcy Code, the Junior Lien
Collateral Agent, for itself and on behalf of each Junior Lien Secured Party, agrees that neither it nor any other Junior Lien Secured Party will raise any objection to, contest or oppose, and each Junior Lien Secured Party will waive any claim such
Person may now or hereafter have related to or in connection with, any such financing or to the Liens on the Collateral securing the same (“DIP Financing Liens”), or any use, sale or lease of cash collateral that constitutes
Collateral or to any grant of administrative expense priority under Section 364 of the Bankruptcy Code, unless (i) the First Lien Collateral Agent or the First Lien Secured Parties oppose or object to such DIP Financing, such DIP Financing
Liens or such use of cash collateral, (ii) the maximum principal amount of Indebtedness permitted under such DIP Financing exceeds the sum of (A) the amount of First Lien Obligations refinanced with the proceeds thereof (not including the
amount of any Excess First Lien Obligations) and (B) $50 million or (iii) the terms of such DIP Financing provide for the sale of a substantial

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part of the Collateral (other than a sale or Disposition pursuant to Section 363 of the Bankruptcy Code and with respect to which the Junior Lien Secured Parties are deemed to have consented
pursuant to Section 4.02(d)) or require the confirmation of a plan of reorganization containing specific terms or provisions (other than repayment in cash of such DIP Financing on the effective date thereof). To the extent
such DIP Financing Liens are senior to, or rank pari passu with, the First Liens, the Junior Lien Collateral Agent will, for itself and on behalf of the other Junior Lien Secured Parties, subordinate the Liens on the Collateral that secure
the Junior Lien Obligations to the Liens on the Collateral that secure First Lien Obligations and to such DIP Financing Liens, so long as the Junior Lien Collateral Agent, on behalf of the Junior Lien Secured Parties, retains Liens on all the
Collateral, including proceeds thereof arising after the commencement of any Insolvency or Liquidation Proceeding, with the same priority relative to the First Liens as existed prior to the commencement of the case under the Bankruptcy Code.

(c)        Prior to the Discharge of First Lien Obligations (other than Excess First
Lien Obligations), without the written consent of the First Lien Collateral Agent (which consent is at the written direction of the Controlling First Lien Representative), the Junior Lien Collateral Agent, for itself and on behalf of each Junior
Lien Secured Party, agrees not to propose, support or enter into any DIP Financing.

(d)        The Junior Lien Collateral Agent, for itself and on behalf of each Junior
Lien Secured Party, agrees that it shall not object to, oppose or contest (or join with or support any other party objecting to, opposing or contesting) a sale or other Disposition, a motion to sell or Dispose or the bidding procedure for the sale
or Disposition of any Collateral (or any portion thereof) under Section 363 of the Bankruptcy Code or any other provision of the Bankruptcy Code (any such sale or motion, a “Section 363 Event,” any such
objection, opposition or contestation to a Section 363 Event, a “Section 363 Objection” and any notice or ruling issued by a court of competent jurisdiction in respect of such Section 363 Event, a
"Section 363 Notice”) if the requisite First Lien Secured Parties under the First Lien Documents shall have consented to such sale or Disposition, such motion to sell or Dispose or such bidding procedure for such
sale or Disposition of such Collateral and all First Liens and Junior Liens will attach to the proceeds of the sale in the same respective priorities as set forth in this Agreement. Notwithstanding the foregoing in this
Section 4.02(d), if the Junior Lien Purchasers have exercised their purchase option (or have committed to exercise their purchase option) pursuant to Section 3.06(a), Section 363 Objections
shall be permitted to be made by the Junior Lien Collateral Agent or any Junior Lien Secured Party, but only so long as the Junior Lien Purchasers shall not have defaulted on their obligations to consummate the purchase of the First Lien Debt and
other Obligations contemplated by Section 3.06.

(e)        The Junior Lien Collateral Agent, for itself and on behalf of each other
Junior Lien Secured Party, waives any claim that it may now or hereafter have against the First Lien Collateral Agent or any other First Lien Secured Party arising out of any DIP Financing Liens that is granted in a manner that is consistent with
this Agreement or administrative expense priority under Section 364 of the Bankruptcy Code.

(f)        The Junior Lien Collateral Agent, for itself and on behalf of each other
Junior Lien Secured Party, agrees that neither the Junior Lien Collateral Agent nor any other Junior Lien Secured Party will file or prosecute in any Insolvency or Liquidation Proceeding any motion for adequate protection (or any comparable request
for relief) based upon their interest in the Collateral, and will not object to, oppose or contest (or join with or support any third party objecting to, opposing or contesting) (i) any request by the First Lien Collateral Agent or any other
First Lien Secured Party for adequate protection or (ii) any objection by the First Lien Collateral Agent or any other First Lien Secured Party to any motion, relief, action or proceeding based on the First Lien Collateral Agent or First Lien
Secured Parties claiming a lack of adequate protection, except that the Junior Lien Secured Parties may:

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(i)        freely seek and obtain relief
granting adequate protection in the form of a replacement Lien co-extensive in all respects with, but subordinated (as set forth in Section 2.01) to, and with the same relative
priority to the First Liens as existed prior to the commencement of the Insolvency or Liquidation Proceeding, all Liens granted in the Insolvency or Liquidation Proceeding to, or for the benefit of, the First Lien Secured Parties; et

(ii)        freely seek and obtain any relief upon a motion for adequate protection
(or any comparable relief), without any condition or restriction whatsoever, at any time after the Discharge of First Lien Obligations (other than Excess First Lien Obligations);

(g)        The Junior Lien Collateral Agent, for itself and on behalf of each other
Junior Lien Secured Party, waives any claim it or any such other Junior Lien Secured Party may now or hereafter have against the First Lien Collateral Agent or any other First Lien Secured Party (or their representatives) arising out of any election
by the First Lien Collateral Agent or any First Lien Secured Parties, in any proceeding instituted under the Bankruptcy Code, of the application of Section 1111(b) of the Bankruptcy Code.

(h)        The Junior Lien Collateral Agent, for itself and on behalf of each other
Junior Lien Secured Party, agrees that in any Insolvency or Liquidation Proceeding, neither the Junior Lien Collateral Agent nor any other Junior Lien Secured Party shall support or vote for any plan of reorganization or disclosure statement of the
Company or any other Grantor unless (i) such plan is accepted by the Class of First Lien Secured Parties in accordance with Section 1126(c) of the Bankruptcy Code or otherwise provides for the payment in full in cash of all First Lien
Obligations (including all post-petition interest approved by the bankruptcy court, fees and expenses and cash collateralization of all letters of credit) on the effective date of such plan of reorganization,
or (ii) such plan provides on account of the First Lien Secured Parties for the retention by the First Lien Collateral Agent, for the benefit of the First Lien Secured Parties, of the Liens on the Collateral securing the First Lien Obligations,
and on all proceeds thereof whenever received, and such plan also provides that any Lien retained by, or granted to, the Junior Lien Collateral Agent is only on property securing the First Lien Obligations and shall have the same relative priority
with respect to the Collateral or other property, respectively, as provided in this Agreement with respect to the Collateral. Except as otherwise provided herein, the Junior Lien Secured Parties shall remain entitled to vote their claims in any such
Insolvency or Liquidation Proceeding.

(i)        The Junior Lien Collateral
Agent, for itself and on behalf of each other Junior Lien Secured Party, agrees that, until the Discharge of First Lien Obligations (other than Excess First Lien Obligations) and subject to the provisions of Section 3.02,
neither the Junior Lien Collateral Agent nor any other Junior Lien Secured Party, shall seek relief, pursuant to Section 362(d) of the Bankruptcy Code or otherwise, from the automatic stay of Section 362(a) of the Bankruptcy Code or from
any other stay in any Insolvency or Liquidation Proceeding in respect of the Collateral if the First Lien Collateral Agent has not received relief from the automatic stay (or it has not been lifted for the First Lien Collateral Agent’s
benefit), without the prior written consent of the First Lien Collateral Agent, which consent is in its sole discretion.

(j)        Without the express written consent of the First Lien Collateral Agent
(which consent is at the written direction of the Controlling First Lien Representative) neither the Junior Lien Collateral Agent nor any other Junior Lien Secured Party shall (or shall join with or support any third party in objecting to, opposing
or contesting, as the case may be), in any Insolvency or Liquidation Proceeding involving any Grantor, (i) object to, oppose or contest the determination of the extent of or validity of any Liens held by any First Lien Secured Party or the
value of any claims of any such holder under Section 506(a) of the Bankruptcy Code or otherwise or (ii) object to, oppose or contest the payment to the First Lien Secured Parties of interest, fees or expenses or to the cash
collateralization of letters of credit under Section 506(b) of the Bankruptcy Code.

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(k)        Notwithstanding anything to
the contrary contained herein, if in any Insolvency or Liquidation Proceeding a determination is made that any Lien encumbering any Collateral is not enforceable for any reason, then the Junior Lien Collateral Agent, for itself and on behalf of each
other Junior Lien Secured Party, agrees that any distribution or recovery they may receive in respect of any Collateral shall be segregated and held in trust and forthwith paid over, subject to the requirements of
Section 6.01(a), to the First Lien Collateral Agent for the benefit of the First Lien Secured Parties in the same form as received without recourse, representation or warranty (other than a representation of the Junior Lien
Collateral Agent that it has not otherwise sold, assigned, transferred or pledged any right, title or interest in and to such distribution or recovery) but with any necessary endorsement or as a court of competent jurisdiction may otherwise direct.
The Junior Lien Collateral Agent, for itself and on behalf of each other Junior Lien Secured Party, hereby appoints the First Lien Collateral Agent, and any officer or agent of the First Lien Collateral Agent, with full power of substitution, the attorney-in-fact of the Junior Lien Collateral Agent and each other Junior Lien Secured Party for the limited purpose of carrying out the provisions of this
Section 4.02(k) and taking any action and executing any instrument that may be necessary or advisable to accomplish the purposes of this Section 4.02(k), which appointment is irrevocable and
coupled with an interest.

(l)        Without the express written consent of the
First Lien Collateral Agent (which consent shall be granted or withheld at the written direction of the Controlling First Lien Representative), unless the applicable Standstill Period has expired, the Junior Lien Collateral Agent, for itself and on
behalf of each other Junior Lien Secured Party, agrees that it will not file or join an involuntary bankruptcy claim or seek the appointment of an examiner or a trustee for the Company or other Grantor or any of their respective subsidiaries.

(m)        Neither the Junior Lien Collateral Agent nor any other Junior Lien Secured
Party shall oppose or challenge any claim by the First Lien Collateral Agent or any other First Lien Secured Parties for the allowance or payment in any Insolvency or Liquidation Proceeding of First Lien Obligations consisting of post-petition
interest, fees or expenses pursuant to Section 506(b) of the Bankruptcy Code, to the extent of the value of the First Liens (it being understood that such value will be determined without regard to the existence of the Junior Liens on the
Collateral), subject to the First Lien Cap. Neither the First Lien Collateral Agent nor any other First Lien Secured Party shall oppose or challenge any claim by the Junior Lien Collateral Agent or any other Junior Lien Secured Party for the
allowance or payment in any Insolvency or Liquidation Proceeding of Junior Lien Obligations consisting of post-petition interest, fees or expenses pursuant to Section 506(b) of the Bankruptcy Code, to the extent of the value of the Junior Liens
on the Collateral; provided, however, that if the First Lien Collateral Agent or any other First Lien Secured Party shall have made any such claim, such claim (i) shall have been approved or (ii) will be approved
contemporaneously with the approval of any such claim by the Junior Lien Collateral Agent or any Junior Lien Secured Party, as applicable.

(n)        The Junior Lien Collateral Agent, for itself and on behalf of each other
Junior Lien Secured Party, waives any right to assert or enforce any claim under Sections 506(c) or 552 of the Bankruptcy Code as against any First Lien Secured Party or any of the Collateral.

(o)        Each of the First Lien Collateral Agent, on behalf of the First Lien
Secured Parties, and the Junior Lien Collateral Agent, on behalf of the Junior Lien Secured Parties, acknowledges and agrees that (i) the grants of Liens pursuant to the First Lien Documents and the Junior Lien Documents constitute two separate
and distinct grants of Liens and (ii) because of, among other things, their differing rights in the Collateral, the First Lien Obligations and the Junior Lien Obligations are fundamentally different from each other, are not “substantially
similar” to the First Lien Obligations within the meaning of Bankruptcy Code Section 1122(a), and must be separately classified in any plan of reorganization proposed or adopted in an Insolvency or Liquidation Proceeding. To further
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the immediately preceding sentence, if it is held that the claims against the Secured Parties in respect of the Collateral constitute only one secured claim or are properly classified in one
class (rather than separate claims or classes of first lien and second lien secured claims), then the Junior Lien Collateral Agent, for itself and on behalf of the other Junior Lien Secured Parties, hereby acknowledges and agrees that all
distributions shall be made in accordance with Section 6.01 of this Agreement as if there were separat