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Steen S. Karstensen (Photo: Maersk)

Maersk Supply Service Names Karstensen CEO

Steen S. Karstensen has been appointed CEO of Maersk's offshore services arm, Maersk Supply Service, with effect from October 24.   Karstensen comes from a position as Chief Procurement Officer and takes over from Jørn Madsen, who was recently appointed CEO of Maersk Drilling, effective November 7.   Karstensen joined the Maersk Group in 1986 and has had led a 30-year-career with the company in procurement, logistics, supply chain, in-house consultancy and other cross-functional areas. His previous role in Group Procurement included overseeing Maersk Maritime Technology

Klaus Rud Sejling (Photo: Maersk)

Management Changes in Damco

Klaus Rud Sejling, current Head of East West Trades in Maersk Line, has been appointed CEO of Damco with effect from October 1.   Klaus Rud Sejling joined the group in 1997 and has worked in various roles in Maersk Tankers and Maersk Line before joining Maersk Logistics as Branch Manager and later as CCO for Greater China. Most recently, he has been Head of Group Strategy; and COO and CCO of Maersk Tankers, before re-joining Maersk Line as Head of East West Trades in 2014.   Klaus Rud Sejling’s replacement as Head of East West Trades in Maersk Line will be announced at a later stage.

Zambelli appointed CCO, Maersk Drilling

  Ana Zambelli, currently Managing Director for Subsea Operations at Transocean, will take up the role as Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) in Maersk Drilling. She will start 1 June 2015 reporting directly to CEO Claus V. Hemmingsen. Ana Zambelli will assume the position as CCO after Martin Fruergaard, who after 25 years in the Maersk Group, six of them as CCO for Maersk Drilling, will leave Maersk Drilling. “Martin has for more than 25 years served the Maersk Group in various positions, the last six years as CCO of Maersk Drilling, where he has been instrumental in our growth and has

Maersk Drilling has appointed Moira Ming Ying Li as Unit Director

Maersk Drilling Names First Female Director

  Maersk Drilling has appointed Moira Ming Ying Li as unit director for the Maersk Deliverer rig working for Chevron offshore Angola. She will assume her new role August 15, 2014. Moira is the first female unit director in Maersk Drilling. “We are very pleased to appoint Moira Ming Ying Li as unit director on the Maersk Deliverer. Moira has proven herself time and time again through various positions in Maersk Drilling, latest as Assistant Rig Manager for Drillship 4, and I am confident that she will strive in her new role with the rest of the team on Maersk Deliverer,” says

Maersk Drilling CEO, Claus V. Hemmingsen & the 7 newly graduated MITAS trainees

2,545 Candidates Vie for 11 Positions at Maersk Drilling

Maersk Drilling reported 2,545 applicants for the 11 MITAS engineer positions available within the company in 2014. The Maersk International Technology and Science Program, better known as MITAS, has helped Maersk Drilling attract bright new talents since 2006. The MITAS program is a full two year introduction programme made up by three eight-month rotations in different positions around the company and in Maersk Oil. In 2014, a record-breaking 2,545 applicants were interested in taking on the program. “Maersk Drilling’s ambitious growth strategy requires new talent and fresh ideas.

Durkin Appointed COO of Maersk Drilling

  Angela Durkin from Baker Hughes will join Maersk Drilling as new Chief Operating Officer (COO). She will assume her new role 1 May 2015 taking over from Jørn Madsen and report directly to CEO Claus V. Hemmingsen. “We are very pleased that Angela Durkin will join Maersk Drilling. Angela brings vast experience with her from Baker Hughes, and with her technical competencies and enormous international experience from an oilfield service provider in the drilling industry, she is just the right fit for Maersk Drilling. I am confident that with Angela on board, we will have an even

Henriette Thygesen (Photo: Maersk Group)

Thygesen Named CEO of Svitzer

Henriette H. Thygesen, currently Damco CEO for the Americas, has been appointed CEO of Svitzer with effect from September 1.   Thygesen, who joined Maersk Group in 1994, has been with the group for 22 years, of which the last nine with Damco. She has previously worked for Maersk Tankers and Maersk Oil and prior to her current role, she was VP and CEO for Damco in North Asia, based in Hong Kong.   She holds a Master of Science, a PhD in Applied Mathematics, and an Executive MBA from Columbia University, New York and London Business School.   Svitzer’s current CEO, Robert M.

Maersk Says to Cut 200 Jobs in Oil Unit

Denmark's A.P. Moller-Maersk will cut 200 jobs in its Maersk Oil unit due to a drop in the oil price and to reduce operating costs by 20 percent over the next two years, it said on Thursday. The cuts will fall in Maersk's headquarters, Qatar and UK business locations, and will affect both permanent Maersk Oil employees and core contractors. Reporting by Alexander Tange

Photo: Maersk Drilling

Maersk Offshore Service Units to Cut Head Office Jobs

A.P. Moller-Maersk's oil industry service companies Maersk Drilling and Maersk Supply Services, are to cut staffing at their Danish head offices due to the slump in oil prices.   Oil companies and as a result the firms servicing them, have slashed spending and cut jobs since crude oil prices have fallen by over 50 percent since July last year.   Maersk Drilling said on Wednesday it would cut 90 positions, 20 percent of the workforce at its main office, while sister company Maersk Supply Services will cut 30 jobs at its head office, where it employs some 200 people.   Both are

Mr. Steffen Jacobsen is appointed as CEO courtesy Evergas

New CEO for Evergas

  Evergas has appointed Steffen Jacobsen as CEO of the company as of 8 May 2015 Mr. Jacobsen joined Evergas 1 February 2015 as Vice President, Fleet after almost 35 years in Maersk. He brings a wealth of leadership experience in both commercial and technical management, having amongst other positions headed Maersk Tankers fleet management for 9 years. Before that he held both operational and commercial leadership positions in Maersk Tankers, Maersk Contractors and Maersk Drilling. The Chairman of Jaccar Holdings Mr. Jacques de Chateauvieux says "I wish to thank Martin Ackermann for

Soren Skou (Photo: Maersk)

Skou Replaces Andersen as Maersk CEO

Danish shipping and oil company A. P. Moller-Maersk has appointed Soren Skou, head of its container shipping unit Maersk Line, as new chief executive for the group replacing Nils Smedegaard Andersen who has been in the job since 2007. Soren Skou will remain as CEO of Maersk Line in addition to his position as CEO for the Maersk Group. Andersen will leave the group, Maersk said in a statement. "The Board of Directors has tasked the new management to investigate the strategic and structural options to further increase agility and synergies," it said. Reporting by Teis Jensen

Photo: Maersk Tankers

Maersk Axe on Jobs

 Maersk Oil, part of Danish conglomerate A.P. Møller-Maersk A/S, will cut 10% to 12% of its workforce as part of a plan to reduce operating costs by a fifth by the end of next year, amid weak oil prices.    The oil business of Danish conglomerate sets to cut 1,250 jobs this year. The planned cuts are part of a bid to reduce operating costs by 20 percent this year.    The company said the move would help reduce operating costs by 20 per cent by the end of 2016 and “follows an extensive internal review of business activities and continued low oil prices.” &

Hundreds of jobs and millions of dollars in additional revenue to local businesses are an effect of Maersk Drilling’s yard stays on the local communities.

Maersk Gallant’s Yard Stay on Local Businesses is Conspicuous

this year, Mærsk Gallant arrived at Lindø Industipark in Odense, where Fayard A/S is in charge of renovating the rig – an undertaking that generates 500 jobs in the community. According to the local tourist agency in Kerteminde, a town nearby Lindø Industripark, the effects of Maersk Gallant’s yard stay on local businesses are conspicuous. One of the most visible impacts is derived from accommodating people working on the rig-upgrade. One of the local businesses that has experienced a positive impact from the activities at Lindø Industripark in general, but especially

Photo: Maersk Line

Maersk Line Names Danet CFO

Pierre Danet, current vice president and regional CFO of Hewlett Packard, Printing and Personal Systems in EMEA, will join Maersk Line on April 7 as chief financial officer (CFO) and be part of the management board of Maersk Line, the company announced today.   Maersk Line’s current chief strategy, finance and transformation officer, Jakob Stausholm, will continue in the role of chief strategy and transformation officer.   As of April 7, Maersk Line’s management board will consist of:  Søren Skou, chief executive officer (CEO) Michael Chivers, chief

Image: Maersk Line

Maersk Cuts 110 Jobs at HQ

 Danish ocean carrier Maersk Line has begun the process of reducing its workforce as part of the cost cutting plan.   The world's largest ocean carrier is eliminating 110 positions this month at its headquarters in Copenhagen where 1,125 persons worked previously.   Maersk would reduce its landside staff of 23,000 by 17 percent (around 4,000 jobs) by the end of 2017. Maersk has said that it would seek to reduce layoffs through “managing natural attrition.”   The positions are being eliminated as part of a plan announced Nov. 4 that seeks to reduce sales, general

Projected Nationality Balance: Image Maersk Drilling

Maersk Drilling Aims to Scale Up Personnel Diversity

Maersk Drilling notes that as of July 2014 it is present in 14 countries and its employees represent 65 nationalities. A diverse workplace yes – but the company says its aim is to scale up diversity even further as Maersk Drilling accelerates growth towards 2018. Maersk Drilling’s growth strategy is currently centred on West Africa, the US Gulf of Mexico and Norway. This will inevitably affect the nationality distribution of our employees with especially more Africans and Americans joining the company. “With a more diverse workplace, we increase our opportunity to get our share

Training session: Photo Maersk Drilling

Maersk Drilling Rig Team Train Local Talent

Maersk Drilling says that its 'Mærsk Deliverer' rig team has initiated seven local acceleration programmes in Angola. The goal is to train and develop local talent to take on increasingly challenging positions on-board the rig. To do so, experienced employees play a key role. In 2014, the rig team on Mærsk Deliverer initiated seven local acceleration programmes as part of a localisation plan focusing on employing, training and educating local talent in Angola. The experienced offshore employees have worked closely with the rig team to get the local acceleration programmes up and

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