Maersk Drilling will upgrade one of its drilling rigs to make it hybrid, so that going forward it will reduce CO2 and NOx emissions when drilling.
This concerns a jack-up rig from 2014 that is designed to operate in harsh environments. The upgrade happens as part of a collaboration between Maersk Drilling and oil major Equinor, which currently has the rig on contract for drilling in the Norwegian part of the North Sea.
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