Statoil says Aker Solutions, FMC deals worth up to NOK 14 bln
OSLO Feb 27 (Reuters) - Norwegian oil and gas firm Statoil said on Wednesday its five-year framework agreements awarded to Norway's Aker Solutions and FMC Technologies were worth up to 14 billion Norwegian crowns ($2.45 billion).
The deals concern subsea operations services offshore Norway and aim to ensure long-term supply of maintenance and operational support for Statoil's' subsea fields, the firm said.
Aker Solutions said earlier on Wednesday its share of the deal was worth 5.5 billion crowns.
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