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Norwegian explorer who led expeditions into the Arctic (1855-1930)

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Release date- 05092019 - Aker BP ASA is pleased to announce that start-up of production from the Johan Sverdrup field should be ready to commence already in October this year.
Lundin Petroleum AB (STO:LUPE) announced on Friday that following regulatory approvals in Norway, it has completed the sale of a 2.6% stake in the Johan Sverdrup development project by Lundin Norway AS to Equinor Energy AS, with an effective date of 1 January 2019.
This transaction gives us the opportunity to capitalize on this value creation, and at the same time increase our direct ownership in the Johan Sverdrup field," said Eldar SE*tre, president and CEO of Equinor.
Authors Asland, Brattstr|m, Lind, Lund-Andersen, Singer, and Sverdrup present a comprehensive examination of the history of cohabitation and the laws governing it in the Nordic countries of Europe.
The three contracts cover both the oil and the gas export pipelines for Johan Sverdrup.
In 2015 it has booked net 2P reserves of 515m barrels of oil equivalent for the full field development of Johan Sverdrup, based on its 22.60% working interest.
The Johan Sverdrup field, located 155km west of Stavanger, is the largest oil discovery on the Norwegian continental shelf since the 1980s.
The ULQ-platform is one of four platforms to the Phase One development of the Johan Sverdrup oil and gas field on the Norwegian continental shelf.
Kvaerner won the contract from Statoil in January and Drydocks World will carry out the fabrication of pile clusters and floatation tanks including surface protection for the Johan Sverdrup Riser platform jacket.
Drydocks World has been awarded the contract from Kvaerner to carry out the fabrication of components on the Johan Sverdrup Riser Platform Jacket for end-user Statoil, to be located in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea.
In early August of 1977,1 walked along the shore of Fram Havn, a small, protected bay on the west shore of Rice Strait, where in the fall of 1998, Otto Sverdrup brought the sturdy vessel Fram into the first of four wintering sites on Ellesmere Island.
Warren, one of the world's pre-eminent researchers of deep ocean currents and scientist emeritus at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, is the 2010 winner of the prestigious Sverdrup Gold Medal, awarded by the American Meteorological Society.
To explain how the Chile earthquake gave Earth a bit of a turbo boost, Keith Sverdrup, a seismologist at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, who wasn't involved in the NASA calculation, turned to the image of a spinning figure skater.