Maersk Drilling upgrades full-year outlook

Drilling company Maersk Drilling now upgrades its 2021 full-year outlook as a result of several new contracts. Thursday, the company is scheduled to provide an update on developments in the first quarter.

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Maersk Drilling now upgrades its full-year guidance as a result of new contracts landed by the company in recent months, informs Maersk Drilling in an announcement Wednesday.

"Over the past months Maersk Drilling has secured several new drilling contracts for execution in 2021, and further, Maersk Drilling has successfully - and exceeding the original operational expectations - commenced operations of several new contracts, including reactivation and mobilisation of four deepwater floaters," states the announcement.

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