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Norway Co. Signs $465m Deal
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Norway Co. Signs $465m Deal

Aker Oilfield Services, a Norwegian provider of oilfield products, systems and services to the oil and gas industry, has agreed a $465 million contract for installing and maintaining equipment on sub-sea oil wells with Brazilian energy company Petrobras to provide sub-sea services offshore from Brazil from its Aker Wayfarer vessel, World Bulletin quoted company officials as saying.

 

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