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Maersk Drilling Awarded Three-Well Drillship Contract
Maersk Drilling's Low-Emission Rig Gets Six-Month Extension From Equinor
Maersk Drilling H1 EBITDA Before Special Items Falls To $231 Mln
Maersk Drilling A/S is a Denmark-based company, which provides integrated offshore drilling rig services to oil and gas companies around the world in support of their exploration and production of oil and gas. The Company’s owns more than 20 rigs including environment jack-up rigs, as well as deepwater drillships and deepwater semi-submersible rigs. The Company operates in Africa and Middle East, the Americas, Asia-Pacific, Norway and the North Sea.
Oil Well Services & Equipment
Lyngby Hovedgade 85
Claus V. Hemmingsen
Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Management
Robert Maersk Uggla
Vice Chairman of the Board
Jesper Ridder Olsen
Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Executive Management
Chief Operating Officer
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Oslo and New York-listed Borr Drilling <BDRILL.OL>, partly owned by Schlumberger <SLB.N>, said on Thursday it expected strong core earnings growth in coming months with demand for its rigs set to rise.
Norwegian labour unions and oil rig owners agreed a wage deal on Friday, averting the outbreak of a strike that would have halted some of the Nordic country's crude production and paralysed exploration activity for new resources, unions and companies said.
Norwegian labour unions and oil rig owners agreed a wage deal on Friday, averting the outbreak of a strike that would have halted some of the Nordic country's crude production and paralysed exploration activity for new resources, the unions said.
Norwegian labour unions and oil rig owners will extend pay talks past a midnight deadline in a bid to prevent the outbreak of a strike, negotiators said late on Thursday.
Some 922 workers on Norwegian offshore oil drilling rigs and floating production platforms could potentially go on strike on June 28 unless a pay deal is agreed, Norway's largest oil workers union Industri Energi said on Wednesday.
A.P. Moller-Maersk spun off its oil and gas drilling unit and listed it separately on the Copenhagen stock exchange on Thursday, where it was traded slightly below the book value it had in Maersk's own accounts.
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