Rosenberg WorleyParsons AS has secured a contract for the fabrication of three bridges and two flare towers for the Johan Sverdrup project.
Under the contract, which is valued close to NOK 600 million ($72 million), a bridge between the riser platform and the drilling platform and one flare tower will be delivered in 2018, with the remaining two bridges and one flare tower being delivered in 2019.
“Stavanger is put on the map as a key fabrication and assembly site for Johan Sverdrup when the contract for three bridges and two flare towers are awarded to Rosenberg WorleyParsons. This is an important delivery for the Johan Sverdrup project, and we look forward to a close collaboration in Stavanger in the time ahead. The project execution is progressing as planned,” said Johan Sverdrup project director Kjetel Digre in a Statoil statement.
The project has so far awarded contracts totaling close to NOK 60 billion (7.1 billion), with a Norwegian share of more than 70 percent.
Statoil is the operator of Johan Sverdrup with an interest of 40.0267 percent, Lundin Norway holds a 22.6 percent share, Petoro holds a 17.36 interest and Det norske oljeselskap and Maersk oil hold 11.5733 percent and 8.44 percent stakes, respectively.
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