Aibel lands another Sverdrup contract

Norwegian subcontractor Aibel has won another order from major oil field Johan Sverdrup. The company has already been rewarded a previous order worth around USD 988 million.

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Yet another Johan Sverdrup order has been awarded to Norwegian subcontractor Aibel, informs Statoil in a statement. On behalf of the partners in the major field, Statoil has awarded Aibel an order construct a converter station at Haugsneset which supply land-based electricity.

This includes two 300 kV cables from Kårstrø to Haugsneset for both stages of the field development as well as expansion of the area for converter units, which will be delivered by ABB Norge, according to the statement.

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