StatoilHydro has awarded Aibel the EPCI contract valued at approximately 58 MUSD (300MNOK) to replace the existing Heat Recovery Steam Generation system on its Oseberg D platform in the North Sea.
The project will include the dismantling of the existing heat recovery system, a capacity evaluation of process and auxiliary systems, construction analysis of the existing platform, follow-up, installation and hook-up of the new (700 t) module. The new HRSG system, so-called Once Through Steam Generation technology, will utilize the heat from the flue gas in two gas export compressors to generate steam, which will be used to power a steam turbine which in turn will generate 15MW electric power for use on the platform.
Aibel has been involved at the Oseberg field since 1994 under the terms of a frame agreement with StatoilHydro for maintenance and modification services.
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