Baker Hughes lands huge Sverdrup contract

Yet another giant contract has been awarded in relation to the Johan Sverdrup field. This time oil service group Baker Hughes has won the contract.

Photo: Statoil

Oil service group Baker Hughes Norway has won a large contract for the major oil field Johan Sverdrup. The group will perform onshore drilling tasks, according to Statoil.

The contract is worth USD 187 million and Baker Hughes Norway will be in charge of a long line of services in drilling and wells related to getting the oil field up and running. In order to reduce costs in relation to the wells, Statoil opted to tender the job as an integrated project with multiple services attached.

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