Maersk Drilling gets notice of order from Norwegian authorities

The Norwegian Petroleum Safety Authority has inspected Maersk Drilling, Transocean and Odfjell, and the authority has issued notices of order to the companies.

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Maersk Drilling has been given a notice of order to improve safety procedures on its drilling rigs in Norway, says the Norwegian Petroleum Safety Authority in an update.

The Maersk company was inspected together with Transocean and Odfjell, and the inspectors were not satisfied with the procedures concerning the lifeboats.

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