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Maersk Drilling invests USD 10 million in simulator

Maersk Drilling opens a drilling simulator today, in which the company together with Maersk Training has invested more than USD 10 million, according to a press release.

Maersk Drilling and Maersk Training have invested USD 10 million together in a drilling simulator, which is being inaugurated today at Maersk Training’s facilities in Svendborg, Denmark. The construction of the simulator comes in response to the accident in the Gulf of Mexico, and the simulator will help to ensure that such an accident does not happen to Maersk Drilling.

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