Maersk Drilling wins another contract for same rig in one week

Maersk Drilling has now, for the second time in one week, announced another order for semi-submersible drilling rig Maersk Deliverer.

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Drilling rig Maersk Deliverer has won a contract for the second time this week, announces Maersk Drilling.

The rig has been hired to do drilling work for Total's Malaysian subsidiary. The work will take approximately 60 days and the contract will begin when the rig becomes available at the end if this year or the beginning of next year.

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