Suitors for Maersk Drilling staying away

The sale of Maersk Drilling is plagued by problems, and several obvious candidates for a partnership have withdrawn from the process, reports Berlingske Business.
Photo: Maersk Drilling
Photo: Maersk Drilling
BY KATRINE GRØNVALD RAUN, SHIPPINGWATCH

Maersk is having difficulties selling its drilling unit Maersk Drilling, and several suitors have pulled out of the running, sources tell Danish media Berlingske Business.

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