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Transocean bags large contract on Norwegian gas field

Drilling company Transocean has won a contract with Dea Norge for Norwegian gas field Dvalin, previously known as Zidane. The contract for the drilling of four wells runs up to NOK 550 million.

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US drilling company Transocean has won a large contract with oil company Dea Norge, which is owned by Russian oligarch Mikhail Fridman.

The contract applies to the drillings of four production wells on the Dvalin gas field, which previously counted Maersk Oil as a partner. The deal runs up to NOK 550 million (USD 68 million).

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