Media: Maersk looks to Norway in search for new Drilling partnership

Players with insight into the drilling industry have told Danish media Børsen that at the end of 2017 Maersk was in talks with leading companies Aker ASA, Odfjell Drilling and Borr Drilling regarding a partnership with Maersk Drilling.

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Maersk has been hunting for a possible partner for Maersk Drilling in the Norwegian oil industry. Several players with insight into the drilling industry have told the Danish business daily Børsen that at the end of 2017, Maersk was in talks with leading companies Aker Asa, Odfjell Drilling and Borr Drilling.

Tuesday, it emerged from another media Berlingske Business that Maersk was considering transferring ownership of Maersk Drilling to A.P. Møller Holding, which owns a large share of the conglomerate's activities within transport and logistics.

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