Maersk Supply Service has secured work for as many as 10 of the offshore carrier's vessels until the summer 2018 for Maersk Oil on the British shelf in the North Sea, informs the carrier in a statement on Friday.
The offshore carrier will be responsible for services related to the decommissioning of oil rig Janice in the central part of the North Sea which Maersk Oil UK last year announced would be closed.
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