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Maersk Drilling and Maersk Supply Service form joint venture

Maersk Group's two offshore companies Maersk Drilling and Maersk Supply Service launch new joint venture aimed at decommissioning oil fields.

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Maersk Drilling and offshore supply company Maersk Supply Service form new joint venture aimed at decommissioning end-of-life offshore installations, say the companies in a press release Thursday.

The two companies belong to Maersk Group's oil business and are therefore up for sale as the group is implementing its new strategy to focus on transport and logistics.

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