7 October 2016 - Kværner ASA will publish its 3rd quarter results 2016 at the Oslo Stock Exchange on 19 October 2016 at 07:00 CET. The results presentation will be held at Engineerium, Fornebu at 09:00 CET the same morning.
We invite investors, analysts and the media to Kvaerner's results presentation:
Date: Wedensday 19 October 2016
Time: 09:00 CET
Location: Engineerium (Quality Hotel Expo), Snarøyveien 20, Fornebu
To attend the presentation, please register by emailing [email protected]. The presentation will be broadcast live on www.kvaerner.com and http://webtv.hegnar.no/presentation.php?webcastId=40091328 at 09:00 CET.
For further information, please contact:
Ingrid Aarsnes, VP Communication & IR, Kvaerner, Tel: +47 67 59 50 46, Mob: +47 950 38 364
Torbjørn Andersen, Head of communication East Norway, Kvaerner, Mob: +47 928 85 542
Kvaerner is a leading provider of engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services, and delivers offshore installations and onshore plants for upstream oil and gas production around the world. Kvaerner ASA, through its subsidiaries and affiliates ("Kvaerner"), is an international contractor and preferred partner for oil and gas operators and other engineering and fabrication contractors. Kvaerner and its approximately 2 700 HSSE-focused and experienced employees are recognised for delivering some of the world's most amazing and demanding projects.
In 2015, the Kvaerner group had consolidated annual revenues of approximately NOK 12 billion and the company reported an order backlog at 30 June 2016 of NOK 10.2 billion. Kvaerner is publicly listed with the ticker "KVAER" at the Oslo Stock Exchange. For further information, please visit www.kvaerner.com.
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Source: Kværner ASA via Globenewswire