Maersk Drilling CEO awaits more work from key market

19 of Maersk Drilling's 23 rigs are on contract, but all the company's rigs on the Norwegian shelf have work. CEO Jørn Madsen expects that more rigs will be removed from the market globally, he tells ShippingWatch.

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Maersk Drilling, which just released its first interim report since its spin-off listing, eyes the possibility of getting more work on the key Norwegian market, says Chief Executive Jørn Madsen in an interview with ShippingWatch.

"We have just contracted all our rigs on the Norwegian market for 2019, while we are working on covering 2020, and we have fine prospects for that," Madsen tells ShippingWatch.

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