Maersk Oil’s Danish business to cut up to 160 jobs

The Danish business unit of Maersk Oil, a wholly owned subsidiary of AP Moller-Maersk AS of Copenhagen, expects to reduce up to 160 positions over the coming months in an effort to simplify the organization.

The cut is part of a first phase to reconfigure the unit’s onshore organization that will be completed during the first quarter. All Danish business unit employees will be consolidated at Maersk Oil’s Esbjerg office.

The moves follow the organizational review of Maersk Oil headquarters carried out in late 2016 (OGJ Online, Sept. 29, 2016).

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