Maersk still trying to sell unemployed drilling ships

The two major drilling vessels that Maersk Drilling is currently having completed in Korea will be far from fully booked once the ships are delivered. But the company's Head of Strategy says that there are still opportunities in the pipeline.

The two biggest holes in Maersk Drilling's orderbook, the two brand-new but largely unemployed drilling vessels set for delivery this year, are still not fully booked. But customer negotiations continue, says Maersk Drilling's Head of Strategy, Michael Harboe-Jørgensen.

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