Norwegian supplier wins million dollar Sverdrup contract

Statoil has awarded a contract to Norwegian FMC Kongsberg Subsea for the subsea-part of the Johan Sverdrup oil field, where FMC will optimize utilization and environmental aspects on the coming oil rigs.

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On behalf of the Johan Sverdrup partnership, Statoil has awarded FMC Kongsberg Subsea a several hundred million dollar contract for the construction of diverse subsea-equipment, which includes wellheads and injection equipment, for the North Sea Field, according to a press release from Statoil.

FMC Kongsberg Subsea is a subsidiary of US FMC technologies, which employs 19, 000 workers in the oil and energy industry across 16 countries.

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