Maersk Drilling receives demerit point in Norway

A.P. Moeller Maersk’s Drilling division has received a demerit point from Norwegian security authorities.

Maersk Inspirer | Photo: Maersk Drilling

Maersk Drilling, which boasts of being the world’s safest rig operator, has received a demerit point from Norwegian security authorities concerning deficiencies in the risk management and emergency force aboard the rig Maersk Inspirer, writes Upstream Online.

The demerit point is the result of a check-up done earlier this year, during which the Norwegian security authorities, PSA, turned the spotlight on the Danish operator. Now Maersk Drilling has until August 1 to produce a plan of action for how the company will meet the security demands.

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