Maersk Drilling secures USD 694 million contract for drillship

Maersk Drilling has secured a contract for its new drillship Deepwater Advanced 2, woth USD 694 million, says the company.

Maersk Drilling has secured a contract for yet another of its new drillships, Deepwater Advanced 2, this time with ConocoPhillips Company and Marathon Oil Company. The contract is worth USD 694 million, according to the company.

This is the second contract Maersk Drilling signs with the two companies, concerning deepwater drillships. This also means the company has secured contracts for five of its seven new drilling units.

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