Aker Solutions

OE Staff
Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Aker Solutions plans to establish a large engineering office in Tromsø as part of the company’s strategy to increase its footprint in the northern regions of Norway. The company is already building up a subsea service base in Hammerfest to support the Goliat subsea field development, and recently acquired the Narvik-based well technology business X3M Invent. It is also considering opening an engineering office in Sandnessjøen to support its modifications and operations services business.

Categories: Engineering Subsea Activity Europe

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