Equinor inked an agreement with Eidesvik Offshore concerning the modification of the Viking Energy supply vessel which will be fuelled by carbon-free ammonia and will transport supplies to installations on the Norwegian continental shelf (NCS).
Moss Maritime, in cooperation with Equinor, Wilhelmsen and DNV-GL, have developed a design for a Liquefied Hydrogen bunker vessel. The vessel design comes at a time when hydrogen is developing into a viable solution. The LH2 bunker vessel has cargo capacity of 9000 m³, with a cargo containment system aimed to enhance insulation performance and meet strict safety requirements.
Aker Solutions announced that it will deliver a subsea production system, which includes two manifolds and nine trees for the Troll development in the North Sea. The system for Askeladd in the Barents Sea will be comprised of two manifolds and four trees.
Reach Subsea in cooperation with MMT Sweden, have renewed the frame agreement with Statoil. The new frame agreement will cover both survey and light construction for the next three years. According to the agreement, Statoil can award contracts for survey and light construction projects in the North Sea.
Norwegian oil and gas company Statoil announced that Hywind Scotland, world’s first floating wind farm, has started to deliver electricity to the Scottish grid. The 30MW wind farm will be operated by Statoil in partnership with Masdar.
Corvus Energy announced that it will supply lithium ion based energy storage systems for two platform supply vessels chartered by Statoil and being retrofitted with hybrid power systems.
AET and Norwegian Statoil announced that they are extending their partnership in the North Sea shuttle tanker sector. Statoil has awarded a long-term contract to AET, to own and operate two DP2 Offshore Loading Shuttle Tankers. When in operation from 2019, the two DPSTs are expected to be the world’s first LNG fuelled DPSTs.
The first dual fuel tug ever built in Europe has been delivered to the Norwegian company Østensjø Rederi A/S with the aim provide tug services to Statoil, at the far-north terminal located at Melkøya, under severe weather conditions.
Rolls-Royce announced that has been chosen by Norway-based “Kvaerner” to provide a mooring system for Norwegian Statoil’s oil platform, Njord A. Njord A is being upgraded by Kvaerner and Rolls-Royce has been chosen to provide an upgrade to its mooring system.
Wood Group announced that has been awarded a contract with Statoil to provide front end engineering design (FEED) to the subsea flowline system of the Snorre Expansion Project, in the Norwegian North Sea. The project follows on from the completion of a concept study completed at the end of 2016.
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