Maersk Drilling is ready to compete with top players

Maerk Drilling will as an independent company be one of the strongest players in the market for drilling companies when it comes to balance and order book, says CEO Jørn Madsen in an interview with Reuters.

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Maersk Drilling will be a strong enough to stand on its own once it is listed and becomes independent of Maersk Group next year, says Maersk Drilling CEO Jørn Madsen.

"We will be one of the strongest [players, -ed,] when it comes to the balance sheet, we will be one of the strongest when it comes to the backlog [of orders, -ed.]," Madsen told Reuters on the sidelines of an energy conference in Stavanger, Norway.

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