The chief executive of Norwegian operator Statoil will visit a centre in Bergen set up for the relatives of those killed in a North Sea helicopter crash.
Eldar Saetre and the company’s vice president of development and production in Norway, Arne Sigve Nylund, will meet with those affected by the incident.
There were 11 passengers and two crew on the helicopter when it crash close to Flesland Airport on Friday.
Tributes have been paid to the staff members with four coming from Halliburton, three from Aker Solutions, one on contract from Karsten Moholt, one from Statoil, one from Welltec and one from Schlumberger.
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