Cable major NKT books Johan Sverdrup order

The Danish cable manufacturer has booked a turnkey order from Equinor to connect the second half of the large oil field Johan Sverdrup.

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Norwegian oil giant Equinor has been hunting for a supplier to the DC power cable needed to connect the second part of major Norwegian oil project Johan Sverdrup. Today, cable manufacturer NKT announced that it had received a turnkey order on the project.

The contract is expected to be worth around EUR 110 million.

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