The carbon storage project, in which Maersk Drilling is a consortium partner, will receive DKK 197m for developing CO2 storage in the North Sea.
by Morten Kelstrup, CCIO of Maersk Drilling
Last week, I was in London at the Oil & Gas Council World Energy Capital Assembly (WECA), speaking on a panel about collaboration and capital efficiency in a new oil world.
After its reactivation from warm stacking, Maersk Resolute has shown stellar performance during its contract for Petrogas.
The crew on the Maersk Resilient has received recognition for a perfect safety year.
The Maersk Resolve has finalised the planned work scope for DONG Energy at the Hejre field in the Danish sector of the North Sea, and Maersk Drilling has therefore received a letter of early termination. The original contract was scheduled to end in January 2017. The compensation under the early termination agreement leaves Maersk Drilling financially neutral to the original contract.
When MITAS Graduate Joanna Krawczyk took on the job to replace the entire TV-solution aboard the Mærsk Gallant, she came up with the idea of donating more than 70 TVs that was about to get replaced to a children’s hospital in Cracow, Poland.
Maersk Drilling has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the newbuild harsh environment jack-up rig, formerly named Hercules Highlander, from a subsidiary of Hercules Offshore (Nasdaq: HERO) and with immediate delivery from Jurong Shipyard Pte Ltd (Jurong) in Singapore.