Sverdrup partners fail to reach permanent agreement

The partners in the Johan Sverdrup field could only reach a temporary agreement concerning value distribution of the huge Norwegian oil field which holds the potential to be a game changer for the regional offshore industry.

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After several days of tough negotiations between the partners in the Norwegian oil field Johan Sverdrup, the partners have not yet managed to reach a pemanenet agreement on the distribution of values.

This is evident from a statement published by several of the five oil companies on Friday morning CET.

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