Statoil lets Johan Sverdrup drilling contract to Baker Hughes

Statoil ASA has let an integrating drilling contract valued at 1.5 billion kroner to Baker Hughes Norway for the Johan Sverdrup development.

Services include cementing and pumping, completion, drilling and completion fluids, and handling of drill cuttings.

Statoil said an integrated operations team will work with drilling and rig contractor Odfjell, and that drilling will begin in 2016 (OGJ Online, June 15, 2015).

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