Maersk: North Sea deal supports our growth plans

The construction of the Tyra field could become a catalyst for further North Sea development, says Maersk Oil's COO.

Maersk Oil can now tick several boxes on its wish list after a deal with the Danish government concerning new conditions for oil and gas activities in the North Sea was secured Wednesday. The Maersk subsidiary is preparing to revive the Tyra field and is also exploring new opportunities.

"It is an important deal for our business, particularly because we see a lot of potential in the northern part of the North Sea shelf [within Danish maritime borders, -ed.]," says Martin Rune Pedersen, Maersk Oil's COO and former head of Danish activities, to news media Ritzau Finans. 

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