Kvaerner lands new major Sverdrup contract

Supplier Kvaerner has been awarded yet another contract to supply a process platform to the Johan Sverdrup field.

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Norwegian workers will build one of the large process platform jackets for the Johan Sverdrup field. This is settled after supplier Kvaerner Verdal has been awarded yet another contract for the major oil field.

This represents the third contract that Kvaerner has won in relation to the Sverdrup field development, and this time the contract is worth around USD 122 million.

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