Shearwater gets Barents Sea contract

The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate has awarded offshore operator Shearwater a contract for work in the Barents Sea.

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Offshore shipping company Shearwater Geoservices has won a contract for a job in the Barents Sea, the company informs in a statement.

The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate awarded the contract, which entails a series of exploration tasks. Shearwater has previously conducted assessments for the the directorate, the statement informs.

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