Aberdeen-headquartered firm Wood has agreed a multi-million pound deal with Equinor to support its plans to power North Sea oil and gas platforms with offshore wind.
Equinor has received consent to continue its use of the Snorre A and Snorre B facilities, the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) has revealed.
A number of non-conformities have been discovered on the Statoil-operated Snorre B production facility.
A meeting has been called between Statoil management and the Norwegian Petroleum Safety Authority after a number of incidents involving the company’s assets.
Offshore workers were called to muster after a suspected gas leak in the North Sea.
Wood Group has won four subsea contracts with Statoil on the Norwegian continental shelf (NCS).