Borr Drilling and Schlumberger sign new partnership

Rig unit Borr Drilling and oil service company Schlumberger have signed a cooperation agreement aimed at providing customers with combined solutions for drilling tasks.

The two companies Borr Drilling and Schlumberger have launched a new partnership aimed at providing customers with complete solutions for drilling projects.

"The collaboration with Schlumberger is a key enabler to successfully execute our strategy and deliver a truly differentiated offering to our customers, using innovative business models," says Borr Drilling CEO Simon Johnson in a press release.

The collaboration will not only target customers, the companies also plan to cooperate internally, for instance by training employees and optimizing the companies' performance.

English Edit: Daniel Logan Berg-Munch

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