Aker Solutions gets potential Arctic billion-dollar contract

Equinor has selected compatriot firm Aker Solutions to perform a series of initial tasks at the Wisting field in the Barents Sea.

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Aker Solutions faces a potential gold mine in Equinor's Arctic oil hunt in the Barents Sea through project Wisting.

Wednesday evening CET saw the signing of a letter of intent on a front-end engineering and design (FEED) contract between the two companies at a potential value of NOK 12 billion (USD 1.4 billion), Aker Solutions writes in a stock exchange notice.

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