Aker BP awards major contract to sister company

Moving forward, Aker Solutions will continue in charge of the maintenance of oil company Aker BP's fields Ula, Skarv, Valhall and Tambar. Both companies are part of the same group.

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The two Norwegian oil players – manufacturer Aker BP and service company Aker Solutions – have agreed to continue their collaboration on four Aker BP-operated fields on the Norwegian shelf.

Aker Solutions has thus been awarded a two-year contract extension for its work on maintaining and modifying Ula, Skarv, Valhall and Tambar, informs Aker Solutions in a press release.

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