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Equinor expects increased oil output from Johan Sverdrup

Equinor projects that oil field Johan Sverdrup can produce more oil faster than expected. Expectations for peak levels in both phases one and two have been raised.

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Norwegian oil company Equinor expects oil field Johan Sverdrup's first phase to go into the highest gear earlier than expected.

The firm now expects to reach so-called plateau production in early May. The previous expectation was some time during summer.

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