More Maersk Drilling rigs for Australia
Maersk Drilling will invest up to US$8bn to buy at least seven new oil rigs in the next five years, some of which will be deployed off Australia.
According to the unit’s chief executive Claus Hemmingsen, Maersk Drilling, a unit of AP Moller-Maersk, already has seven platforms on order, worth US$4.5bn and due to be delivered by the end of 2015.
Mr Hemmingsen told Reuters he was undeterred by...
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