Norway energy firm has awarded $230 million oil and gas contracts for North Sea

01/03/2018 13:36 Energy

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Norway oil and gas operator Wintershall Norge has granted two major subsea contracts for North Sea’s Nova field estimated at around $230 million(£165 million).

The Subsea Production System (SPS) contract has been awarded to Aker Solutions, while the Pipeline and Subsea Construction (PSC) contract has been offered to Subsea 7 Norway.


A plan for expansion and functionality of oil and gas resources in the Nova field is likely to be presented in the first part of 2018.


The two awards are backing plans to connect the field to the adjacent Gjøa platform and further positions Wintershall Norge for development in the subsea market.

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