Aker Solutions says pulls bid for Goliat EPC work

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OSLO, June 29 (Reuters) - Norwegian oilfield services group Aker Solutions said on Monday it had withdrawn its bid for engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) work on the Goliat field in the Barents Sea. Aker Solutions said it had proposed to work together with Norway's Aibel and South Korean shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries on construction of a production vessel, but that the consortium was rejected by operator Italy's Eni . "Eni doesn't want us to work through this ...

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