Danish oil company Maersk said it would manage its U.S. assets in the Gulf of Mexico from Copenhagen as it moves to shut down its offices in Houston. Directly employing about 60 people in Houston, Maersk said it was closing its offices in Houston in an effort to streamline corporate operations. Its holdings in the Gulf of Mexico would be managed from an office at the company’s headquarters in Copenhagen. “We recognize that this is an unsettling time for our people, to whom we offer full support throughout this process,” Chief Operating Officer Gretchen Watkins said in a statement. Many energy companies working in the United States have their headquarters in Texas. Oil field […]