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.
Focusing on four key focus areas, Maersk Drilling’s Supply Chain function is working around the clock to secure business continuity for our customers.
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.
As Vice President and Head of HSSE for Maersk Drilling, I have been at the heart of the crisis. Here, I share my thoughts on how to adapt to meet these unprecedented challenges.
In April, Maersk Viking, after 147 days of successful operations with POSCO INTERNATIONAL, departed Myanmar. Despite the difficulties imposed by the COVID-19 crisis, a proactive response meant that the drillship could continue operations and even pushed the boundaries for shallow water drilling.
A.P. Moller Holding, the main shareholder of Maersk Drilling, and A.P. Moller - Maersk have established the Maersk Bridge: an air bridge and supply chain operation to secure delivery of PPE to health care workers in Denmark.
Can a Special Periodic Survey (SPS) be remotely commissioned? This is currently being tested on board Maersk Resolute, located in Esbjerg Harbour, Denmark.
As the new realities of working with COVID-19 emerge, Maersk Drilling's Head of HSSE looks back at the last few weeks to reflect on what he has learnt so far, and why those learnings will help the offshore industry grow stronger by continuing to adapt to a continually changing global situation.