Lloyd's Register joins Johan Sverdrup

Now Lloyd's Register also stands to benefit from Johan Sverdrup with a "substantial" contract from Aker Solutions to perform a series of risk analyses on the Norwegian shelf.

Photo: Øyvind Hagen/Statoil

Lloyd's Register has landed an order from the Norwegian oil service company Aker Solutions, which will participate in the first stage developments of the giant Johan Sverdrup field for Statoil.

And Lloyd's Register now joins this agreement, where the company will supply a series of risk analyses of the field on the Norwegian shelf. Lloyd's Register describes the contract as "substantial":

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