Equinor awards major service contracts stretching across Norway

ABB and Siemens Energy will continue to service electrical equipment at all Equinor's installations in Norway.

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Norwegian oil company Equinor has awarded a couple of major framework deals worth approximately NOK 4.5bn (EUR 447.6m). These are service agreements pertaining to all electrical equipment at Equinor's installations in Norway – both offshore and onshore.

The winners of the two contracts are Siemens Energy and ABB, which thereby gain the rights to provide service at Equinor-operated licenses on the Norwegian continental shelf and all the oil outfit's onshore facilities in Norway. Equinor has also given the companies rights to the processing plants Kollsnes and Kårstø on behalf of operator Gassco. Moreover, the deals may be applied across the globe, Equinor states.

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