- The XL Enhanced jack-up rigs are the world’s most advanced, customised to handle demanding and complex well drilling operations. With a leg length of 206.8m, they can operate in water depths of up to 150m.
- Maersk Supply Service’s six new large Anchor Handling Tug Supply vessels are built for deep water operations and potential customers are international oil companies and construction companies worldwide.
- Maersk Tankers’ new midrange tankers are more eco-efficient, with gross tonnage of 29.445 tonnes and a length of 174m.
Around the world, billions of people depend on global trade for a steady supply of food and goods. Containers are the building blocks of global trade, connecting producers and consumers across continents.
Ocean Masters will be a 6x60’ documentary-style series following Maersk experts and subcontractors as they design and build the next generation of ships and drilling rigs.
The series will highlight how Maersk can create value, develop its employees and maintain focus on safety while also giving insights into the possibilities within the Group. Discovery Communications is the world’s number 1 pay-TV programmer and its global television brands include Discovery Channel, TLC and Discovery Science.
“Ocean Masters showcases mechanical feats unlike anything our viewers have seen before, transporting them into some of the deepest, toughest waters of today’s world,” said Elizabeth McIntyre, vice president for Production and Development, Factual, at Discovery Networks.
“Not only does the series follow skilled engineers creating super machines, but it reveals the core desire for innovation and success among dedicated workers around the world.”
Filming started earlier this year and will be mainly in Denmark, Norway and South Korea and the series will be broadcast in late 2016.