Bergen Group Offshore has won an estimated $8.6 million (NOK50 million) contract, via its subsidiary Bergen Group Rosenberg, with fellow Norwegian firm Statoil for the fabrication of subsea structures for the Åsgard Subsea Compression Project.
The project involves delivery of 12 off-PLEM structures (Pipeline End Manifold) and one riser base with a total estimated weight of 850 tons.
The contract includes project management, shop engineering, planning and work preparation, procurement, fabrication and testing of the structures. The work will commence immediately and final delivery shall take place in May 2013.
The project organization will be mobilized at Buøy, Stavanger where all project activities will be undertaken.
"Bergen Group Rosenberg very pleased to be awarded this contract. We are well positioned for the growing subsea market with our excellent track record for quality deliveries. Through recent investments in fabrication facilities and equipment we shall achieve further improvements in productivity and quality," said Bergen Group CEO Kristin Færøvik.
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