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Maersk Drilling wins Dutch North Sea order

Dutch firm ONE-Dyas B.V. extends North Sea contract with Maersk Drilling at a value of USD 6.3m.

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A.P. Møller-Maersk’s rig company, Maersk Drilling, has landed an order from Dutch company ONE-Dyas B.V. worth USD 6.3m, according to a press release.

The order concerns 75 days of work by jack-up rig Maersk Resolute in the Dutch part of the North Sea.

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