Maersk Drilling has entered an "alliance deal" with Aker BP for jackup rigs. The three-party alliance also includes oil service company Halliburton, and aims to bring down costs per barrel of oil for the Norwegian/UK oil company, reports Maersk Drilling in a press release.
"Maersk Drilling is fully committed to reducing well costs for our customers and we see great potential in a deeper collaboration across the industry to eliminate inefficiencies and create joint value. The partnership with Aker BP is a prime example of this", says Jørn Madsen, CEO of Maersk Drilling, in the press statement.
The parties have entered a five-year framework agreement with the possibility of a further five-year extension. Via closer cooperation, the deal will make it possible to both increase efficiency and make it possible to create a higher degree of standardization and simplify processes.
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