Deep Sea Mooring to secure Maersk Discoverer

When Maersk Drilling’s “Maersk Discoverer” begins work for BP in Egypt, Norway-based Deep Sea Mooring will be tasked with anchoring the rig. It is the first time the company has won an order with Maersk.

Photo: Maersk Drilling

For the first time ever, Maersk Drilling has chosen Norwegian company Deep Sea Mooring (DSM) to perform mooring services for one of its drilling rigs. In connection with an upcoming job for BP off the coast of Egypt, “Maersk Discoverer” will be anchored by DSM, which specializes in mooring and hook-up tasks at great depths.

Off the coast of Egypt water depths are almost one kilometer.

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