Aker BP said today that the results of an investigation into a worker’s death in December would be reported early this month.
Freddy Olsen, a 43-year-old Norwegian, died after falling from the Maersk Interceptor rig during maintenance work at the Tambar field, which is operated by Aker BP.
Aker BP said in its fourth quarter report: “The police, Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) and Mærsk Drilling with participation of Aker BP representatives are investigating the accident to understand the root causes.
“The final report is expected to be issued in early February 2018. The root causes from the incident will be duly followed up, learnings implemented and shared with the industry.”