Built to make a difference
Our modern fleet of rigs and capable organisation will deliver safe and high quality drilling operations to our customers.
Our Vision & Values
We are Borr Drilling
Borr Drilling´s ambition is to acquire and operate modern offshore drilling assets.
Borr Drilling’s strategy is to build a substantial fleet of jack-up rigs and establish itself as the preferred provider of drilling services in hydrocarbon basins around the world.
The Company currently operates a fleet of modern jack-up drilling rigs from yards such from Keppel FELS and PPL Shipyard Pte Ltd. and is one of the largest premium jack-up companies globally – with the youngest fleet.
Borr Drilling is committed to protecting the health and safety of all our people and our contractors in all work activities.
- Continuously pursue the goal of zero harm to people, assets and the environment
- Promote active risk management to mitigate foreseeable hazards
- Ensure QHSE is integral in everything we do
- Provide information, instruction and training that is relevant to employees’ duties and responsibilities
- Strive for continuous improvement by setting clear objectives, performance monitoring and the encouragement of constructive feedback
Code of Conduct
Borr Drilling shall conduct its business with integrity, respecting the laws, cultures, and rights of individuals in all the countries in which we operate.
Business ethics are more than avoiding contravening laws. The Code of Conduct constitutes the basis upon which all our policies and procedures are built. The objective of the Code of Conduct is to describe Borr Drilling´s commitment and requirements regarding business practice and personal conduct. It defines the behaviour Borr Drilling expects of our employees and what they can expect of Borr Drilling. Everybody associated with Borr Drilling is responsible for following our Code of Conduct.
Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement
This Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking statement is prepared in consideration of section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and relates to the financial year ending 31 December 2018. It outlines the steps taken by Borr Drilling to assess our operations and supply chain on the risks of modern slavery or human trafficking.
Svend Anton Maier
Before joining Borr Drilling in December 2016, Svend Anton Maier worked for Seadrill between 2007 and 2016. He has more than three decades of experience within the oil and gas industry. Mr. Maier worked for leading drilling companies such as Transocean and Ross Offshore. He holds a degree in Marine Engineering from Tønsberg Maritime Academy, is a Norwegian citizen and lives in Dubai.
Tor Olav Trøim
Chairman of the Board
Alexandra Kate Blankenship
Neil Glass has served as a director on the Board since 31 December 2019. Mr. Glass graduated from the University of Alberta in 1983 with a degree in Business. He is a member of both the Chartered Professional Accountants of Bermuda and of Alberta, Canada, and is a Chartered Director and Fellow of the Institute of Directors. Mr. Glass worked for Ernst & Young for eleven years: seven years with the Edmonton, Canada office and four years with the Bermuda office. In 1994, he became General Manager and in 1997 the sole owner of WW Management Limited, tasked with overseeing the day-to-day operations of several international companies. Mr. Glass has over 20 years’ experience as both an executive director and as an independent non-executive director of international companies.