Maersk Drilling gets one-year contract for Norwegian rig

Aker BP has entered a one-year agreement with Maersk Drilling to lease the drilling rig Maersk Integrator.

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Maersk Drilling has entered a one-year contract with Norwegian Aker BP for the lease of drilling rig Maersk Integrator as of June 2019, writes Aker BP Thursday in a statement posted on its website.

At the moment, Maersk Integrator is being used to drill the Gina Krog field, located in the North Sea near Norway.

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