Kongsberg to supply controls package for Johan Sverdrup

Offshore staff

KONGSBERG, Norway – Kongsberg Maritime has secured a call-off order for delivery of equipment for the Statoil-operated Johan Sverdrup complex in the central Norwegian North Sea. Estimated value is around NOK 200 million ($26 million).

The company will supply the safety and automation system, life cycle simulator, and SAS information management system for the four platforms on the field center.

Kongsberg Maritime will as also provide integrated engineering services to various contractors for Johan Sverdrup, and support installation and commissioning of the delivered systems.


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