Maersk company takes off in huge rig decommissioning market

Maersk Decom, a cooperation between two Maersk subsidiaries, has just landed what the company calls its first real project, entailing the removal of infrastructure from an oil platform in the UK North Sea.

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A.P. Møller-Maersks venture into a budding giant market for decommissioning spent oil rigs has now landed its first real task.

Maersk Decom has won the job of removing, recycling and waste management of subsea infrastructure on the Thames field, operated by Perenco, in the UK North Sea.

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