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Acquisition-hungry Aker BP open to larger stake in Sverdrup

The acquisition of Hess Norway has hardly sated the appetite for acquisitions at Aker BP, which is looking at new growth opportunities on the Norwegian shelf. The company is open to boosting its share in the giant Johan Sverdrup oil field, says CEO Karl Johnny Hersvik to ShippingWatch.

Johan Sverdrup-feltet. PR-foto: Statoil | Photo: PR-foto: Statoil

Oil and production company Aker BP took yet another step toward achieving its comprehensive growth ambitions with Tuesday's acquisition of Hess' Norwegian assets, says Chairman Øyvind Eriksen in a press release issued earlier today, Tuesday.

Aker BP is a partnership between Aker and BP in Norway.

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