Maersk Drilling wins two contracts for Dutch North Sea

The agreement is valued at roughly USD 6.9m.

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Maersk Drilling has secured an order from Netherlands-based ONE-Dyas concerning rig Maersk Resolute, which is hired to drill two oil wells in the Dutch part of the North Sea, the Danish company informs in a press release Wednesday morning.

The deal, entailing two drilling operations, is worth around USD 6.9m, with execution lasting 84 days planned to start in December this year.

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