Aker Solutions said the death of three workers in a North Sea helicopter crash was a “time of deep grief” for the company.
There were 13 people on board a helicopter which crashed on its return journey from Statoil’s Gullfaks B platform to Flesland Airport.
Three of the victims worked for Aker Solutions while a fourth was hired in by the company from Karsten Moholt.
Øyvind Eriksen, chairman of Aker Solutions, said: “This is a time of deep grief for our company and for everyone who lost someone dear to them in this terrible accident.
“We have mobilized all our support functions to help get through this tragedy and will continue to provide this support as long as it is needed.”
Luis Araujo, chief executive of Aker Solutions, said:”Our community is in mourning.We have lost four dear and valued colleagues and friends. Many have lost their partners, parents, grandparents and even children. We grieve with the families and loved ones.”
Aker said close colleagues contributed to the following words of remembrance on Aker Solutions’ three employees, who all worked in the company’s maintenance, modifications and operations unit in Norway.
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