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Norwegian suppliers secure majority of Johan Sverdrup field

85 percent of contracts in the second phase of giant Norwegian oil field Johan Sverdrup have been awarded to Norwegian companies.

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Norwegian suppliers' share of contracts in the giant oil field Johan Sverdrup, which has been described as Norway's largest-ever industry project, has now reached 85 percent. This happens after Equinor has awarded oil service company Subsea 7 the last so-called subsea contract in phase 2 of the Johan Sverdrup project, informs Equinor in a statement.

Subsea 7, which is to deliver pipelines and components, among other things, assesses the value of the contract to be USD 150-300 million.

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