In May 2015, Maersk Discoverer completed drilling the HPHT well Atoll-1 in Egypt for customer BP.
Maersk Discoverer team completed the Giza Fayoum well five days ahead of schedule, drilling in just 285 metres of water.
During Mærsk Deliverer’s four years of operation in Angola, the employment of locals both offshore and onshore continuously increased.
The philosophy in Ghana behind the Maersk Drilling / Rigworld joint venture is simple: develop maximum local capacity through a strong partnership.
In approximately 15 months the Voyager was able to drill fifteen new wells, re-enter three wells, drill four sidetrack sections and run lower completion on nine wells.
In July 2015, Maersk Drilling commenced operation in Ghana for the first time, utilizing the ultra deepwater drillship, Maersk Voyager.
When borders close, global business becomes difficult. For an international service company like Maersk Drilling with people moving across countries and continents, this obviously represents a huge challenge.
The coronavirus crisis is putting many parts of our industry under heavy pressure. In Maersk Drilling our onshore and offshore teams are working dedicated with our customer to meet the challenges.
In 2019, we operated in Equatorial Guinea for the very first time with Maersk Voyager – a start-up that was remarkable in multiple ways.
For the first time ever, crew on Maersk Voyager successfully installed, commissioned and certified a drill floor workbasket using NOV’s remote headset technology called TrackerVision.