Maersk Drilling's share price doubled in 2021: "We've surpassed our competitors"

Maersk Drilling's share price has, so far, nearly doubled in 2021 after it almost bottomed out in 2020, a year that pressured the already strained drilling industry. Low debt positions the company better than its competitors, said chairman Claus Hemmingsen during the company's general assembly Thursday.

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