Maersk Drilling gets Brazil job worth USD 37m from Shell

Rig Maersk Developer, currently deployed for Karoon Energy in South American country’s waters, will remain in the area on a new contract with British oil company.

Flyderiggen Maersk Developer. | Photo: Jonathan Bachman / AP / Equinor/AP Images

Maersk Drilling has signed a deal worth USD 37m with Shell Brazil concerning floating rig Maersk Developer, the Danish company informs in a statement Friday.

The rig will be deployed for term of 90 days for the British oil and gas company to drill at the Campos basin in Brazilian waters starting in March next year.

Operations will entail one exploratory drilling as well as subsea well interventions at the BC-10 field.

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