Maersk Drilling confirms major contract

The company has secured a drilling contract in Ghana worth USD 370m with Tullow Ghana.

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Maersk Drilling confirms the company has secured a drilling contract in Ghana valued at USD 370m with Tullow Ghana, the former writes in a statement on Thursday after having announced the deal in early February this year.

The agreement's value of approximately USD 370m covers exclusive delivery of further services and potential performance bonuses, writes Maersk Drilling, pointing out that the contract commenced on April 1, 2021, and has duration of around four years.

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