Maersk Drilling has two contracts extended in the North Sea

The two rigs Maersk Resolve and Maersk Resolute have had their contracts extended in the North Sea, writes Maersk Drilling in a press release.

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Maersk Drilling has secured extensions for two contracts on drilling rigs in the North Sea.

The rigs concerned are jack-up rigs Maersk Resolve and Maersk Resolute, which have been awarded additional work from their current customers for a total of 105 days.

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