Maersk Drilling CEO expects upturn despite macro slump forecast

"We continue to see oil companies initiating many activities, and even an oil price of just under USD 60 is not really prompting oil companies to halt activities," says Maersk Drilling CEO.

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Recent months of disappointing economic data have added some anxiety about a looming global downturn.

However, such a dismal outlook has not impacted Maersk Drilling's expectations.

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