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North Sea

Maersk Drilling has more than 45 years’ experience operating in the North Sea, which is considered one of the harshest and most challenging areas to drill offshore. Our crews understand how to successfully plan and execute the demanding and complex drilling operations encountered in this region.

Maersk Drilling is the largest drilling contractor in North West Europe. Our drilling rigs and operating base setup cover the UK, Denmark and Netherlands, and we have the ability to move our units across UK, Netherlands and Danish borders, as we hold Safety Cases for all the sectors.

Our Fleet for the North Sea

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Mærsk Innovator
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Maersk Highlander
Maersk Reacher
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Maersk Resolute
Maersk Resolve
Maersk Resilient
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Mærsk Gallant
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Maersk Guardian
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"Maersk Drilling has more than 45 years of experience operating in the North Sea, one of the harshest and most challenging areas to drill offshore."


Catch up on the latest developments in our operations in the North Sea


Read about how we have tackled challenges in the North Sea.
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Gallant successfully abandons seven subsea wells in the North Sea
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Highlander off to a head start
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Maersk Resolute performs after reactivation
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Resilient setting new benchmarks for completing workovers
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Operating in MPD

Want to know more?

Reach out to our specialised colleagues and hear more about rig availability in North Sea

Other regions

Read more about the regions Maersk Drilling operates in.
Africa & Middle East
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