Maersk Drilling books deficit for first year as listed company

Maersk Drilling reports a deficit of USD 84 million before taxes last year. But the company met its expectations for operations, according to the report.

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Maersk Drilling finished 2019 with a deficit before taxes of USD 84 million, according to the company's financial report, published Wednesday.

However, the company met its own expectations in terms of operating result (EBITDA) before one-off items. This result came to USD 415 million, compared to its expectations for a result of around USD 400 million.

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