Statoil orders more subsea production trees for Troll

Offshore staff

STAVANGER, Norway -- Statoil has contracted Aker Solutions to provide further subsea well equipment for the Troll field in the Norwegian North Sea.

The $44-million consignment comprises three subsea trees, tubing hangers to be used on oil-producing areas of the field, and a tool package.

The extension is a call-off from a contract Aker signed with Statoil in February.

Earlier this year, Aker announced a NOK 500 million-($87.7 million) investment to double capacity of its subsea equipment manufacturing plants in Port Klang and Tranby, Norway.



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