Maersk Drilling boosts top line in second quarter, maintains guidance

Rig company Maersk Drilling, which is to merge with Noble Corp., reports progress on its second-quarter top line. Operating result for the first half declines compared to last year.

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Maersk Drilling, currently set to merge with Noble Corporation, presents top-line growth in the second quarter. according to the drilling firm’s second-quarter fiscal report issued Friday morning CET.

The drilling company maintains its financial guidance for 2022, aiming for earnings before interest, taxes, depreciations and amortizations (EBITDA) of USD 210-250m before special items, and capital expenditure (CapEx) of USD 120-140m.

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