Moller-Maersk allocates the drilling business into a separate company

Danish Moller-Maersk, engaged in the carriage of goods by sea and serving port terminals, announced the decision taken by the board of directors to allocate the drilling division into a separate company. It is planned that the company will hold a listing in early April on the Nasdaq Stock Exchange. Before it, the decision must be approved at the shareholders' meeting, and after listing the separation of the company's energy business will be completed. In March last year, on completion of the acquisition of Maersk Oil’s oil and gas division by French Total, Danish Moller-Maersk acquired 3.75% of the Total's share capital.

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