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sverdrup

[′sfər·drəp]
(fluid mechanics)
A unit of volume transport equal to 1,000,000 cubic meters per second.
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Earlier this morning, 5 September 2019, the operator Equinor announced that the Johan Sverdrup development continues to progress well through the final stages of preparation for operations.
Following completion of this sale, Lundin Norway AS has a 20% working interest in the Johan Sverdrup unit with economic effect from 1 January 2019.
Equinor will acquire a 2.6 per cent direct ownership share in the Equinor operated Johan Sverdrup field for a cash consideration of $910 million.
So far the Norwegian supplier industry has won the main Johan Sverdrup contracts.
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.
With him on the crossing was his countryman Otto Sverdrup, who would become an essential figure in Nansen's plan to drift onboard a vessel across the polar basin in order to discover how the Jeannette remains had appeared off the coast of southwest Greenland (and possibly answer other questions).
Speer likened Warren to Sverdrup himself, who is recognized as the founder of the modern school of oceanography and "whose discoveries will never go out of date," Speer said.
"The layer of rock on the (Nasca plate) dove down into the Earth's interior, and that's like the skater pulling her arms in toward her body," Sverdrup said.
A small business, Sigmatech Inc., protested that the Army took system engineering and support services work away from it and rolled the work into a blanket purchase agreement awarded to a large company, Sverdrup Technology Inc.
Sverdrup Technologies Inc., Tullahoma, Tenn., is being awarded an $118,644,369 indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract modification to provide for technical, engineering and acquisition support at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., and various other tenant organizations.
Jacobs Sverdrup, senior vice president and General Manager Robert Nor-fleet says that it was quite a bizarre thought at the time, but after spending more than 50 years building and operating wind tunnels and testing facilities for the likes of the U.S.