Aberdeen-based Offshore engineering firm Aquaterra Energy has won an early well construction contract with Equinor for the Johan Sverdrup field.
Johan Sverdrup field
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Statoil has been handed a number of improvement points for the Johan Sverdrup field by the Norwegian Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA).
The Norwegian government has upheld its decision to reduce Det Norske’s stake in the Johan Sverdrup oil field. The move comes after it rejected an appeal from the company against the decision.
Technology giant ABB has won a $155million contract from Statoil to power the first phase of the Johan Sverdrup field development. The company was awarded the deal for land-based power supply to phase 1 of the North Sea field operations. The Johan Sverdrup oil field will be operated by land-based power supply and during its first phase of development, a system will be established for supplying power from shore to production start in 2019.
Statoil will sign an engineering contract with Aker Solutions worth NOK 4.5billion for the Johan Sverdrup development. The company said the agreement includes engineering and procurement management for the riser and processing platform topsides for phase one of the field, in addition to hook-up work and gangways for the entire field. Aker Solution has so far been responsible for the front-end engineering of all four platforms which constitute the field centre.
Statoil has awarded a contract to Kvaerner Verdal worth NOK 2billion for delivery of the riser platform jacket for the Johan Sverdrup field. The company made the announcement on behalf of the Johan Sverdrup licence partners. The platform jacket its scheduled for delivery in the summer of 2017.