Maersk Oil: Johan Sverdrup plan approved

The partners behind the enormous Johan Sverdrup oil field in Norway, including Maersk Oil, have received approval from the Norwegian authorities for the field development plan.

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Maersk Oil reports Friday morning that the companies behind the major Johan Sverdrup field in Norway have received final approval from the Norwegian Ministry for Energy for their field development plan.

"We are proud to be part of the Johan Sverdrup partnership and see this project as a strong contributor to our overall North Sea portfolio of operations and developments over the coming years," says Maersk Oil CEO Jakob Thomasen in a press release.

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