The steel jacket for Statoil’s Mariner platform on the UK Continental Shelf has now been placed on the field, approximately 150 kilometres east of Shetland.
The board of directors of Statoil proposes to change the name of the company to Equinor.
As an innovative solution to address increasingly stringent emission restrictions in a more environment-friendly way, LPG as a fuel for the main engine will be installed on 2 VLGC new buildings.
The Johan Sverdrup Riser platform is very near setting what might be an unofficial world record for the fastest construction of a topside of its size – in just 19 months
Statoil today submits the PDO for the Johan Castberg project on behalf of the partnership with Eni and Petoro. Several major contracts will also be awarded to Norwegian industry.
On October 17th Skangas successfully completed the first small scale LNG loading at the Statoil operated LNG plant at Melkøya island outside Hammerfest in Norway.
Hywind Scotland, becomes the first floating wind farm in the world, has started to deliver electricity to the Scottish grid.
The partners are today signing a partnership agreement to mature the development of carbon storage on the Norwegian continental shelf.
Teekay Offshore CEO announced the contract signing for two Suezmax-size, DP2 shuttle tanker newbuildings, with options to order up to two additional vessels.