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Archer to provide wireline services to ConocoPhillips on NCS

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Archer AS, a subsidiary of Archer Limited, has secured a long-term frame agreement with ConocoPhillips for the provision of wireline services on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS).

The award makes Archer the largest mechanical intervention company on the NCS with an estimated total contract back-log of NOK3.5 billion.

The contract is for an initial five-year period commencing 2Q21 and includes additional optional periods.

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