Maersk, Seadrill sign training agreement

Maersk Training entered into an agreement with Seadrill to deliver its Well Control training globally under the accreditation of The International Well Control Forum.

The agreement will cover more than 2000 assistant drillers, drillers, toolpushers, installation managers, derrickmen and subsea engineers when they need to renew their well control certification. It will give Seadrill a standardized training process, which previously involved more than 27 schools, and ensure improved safety and performance excellence.

Maersk Training offers training locally at world-class training facilities in 10 of the global maritime and oil production hubs in the world. The facilities include fully immersive simulators to make training as close to reality as possible.

Maersk Training has doubled both its revenue and number of training centers in the last three years. This year, it has also signed agreements to supply training services to BP and Transocean.

Image: training simulation/Maersk Training

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