The first of two shipments of pile clusters and flotation tanks has arrived at Kvaerner’s yard in Verdal, Norway, this week.
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Three Norwegian agencies have concluded their investigation of a crude oil spill from Statfjord’s OLS B loading buoy on October 8, 2015.
Statoil’s Aasta Hansteen field has seen a string of successful field operations for nearly 200 days, carried out by four vessels.
DNV GL, the certifying body for semi-submersible drilling rigs, announced it will review approximately 100 rigs following a fatal rig accident with the COSLInnovator rig in December 2015.
The world’s first subsea gas compression system, operated by the Norwegian Statoil, has completed one year of operations on the Åsgard field.
Statoil has finalised the investigation on the Turøy helicopter incident, with conclusions and recommendations on how it can improve its helicopter safety work.
Petrofac has been awarded a contract by Statoil UK to provide the Norwegian company with Training and Emergency Response Services to North Sea projects.
Statoil has officially inaugurated its new operations centre for the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS) in Aberdeen, announcing hundreds of new offshore jobs to be brought to the region.
Norway’s minister of petroleum and energy celebrated on Monday as Statoil hits the five billion boe record production mark at its Statfjord field.
Statoil staff on board the Åsgard B platform offshore Norway had to be mustered to lifeboats following a small fire on the facility on Sunday evening.
Aker Solutions has secured a contract to deliver a compression module for the Troll field in the North Sea, to Statoil.
Statoil has made a call-off from the framework agreement signed with Kvaerner regarding the upgrade of the Njord A semi-submersible platform.
Statoil has filed a proposal for an impact assessment programme on the Johan Castberg field, the largest to be developed on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS).
Aker Solutions has secured a contract from Statoil to work on the tie-in of the Sleipner facilities to the Utgard gas and condensate field.
Statoil is set to increase its participation in four licences on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS) following an agreement with Tullow Oil.