Maersk Decom to secure more customers using new calculator

Three years after launching, Maersk Decom is starting to see a shift happening in the market for decommissioning used oil rigs. A new calculator will help the company attract more customers and make the industry more transparent, CCO says to ShippingWatch.

"From my perspective, we're definitely on our way to achieving the targets we want," says Jens Klit Thomsen, CCO at Maersk Decom. | Photo: Maersk Decom / PR

Three years after launching, Maersk Decom, a collaboration between Maersk Drilling and Maersk Supply Service, has received confirmation that there is indeed a market for decommissioning worn-out oil platforms.

For Maersk Decom, it initially took a while to convince oil companies of the need for a decommissioning company dedicated to the oil industry, as the company's CEO Lars Banke told ShippingWatch in 2019.

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