A subsea major, Ocean Installer has tenable a contract for subsea installations and tie-in operations for Statoil on Johan Sverdrup, as well as Utgard and Bauge fields in offshore Norway.
A part of Statoil’s Marine Wave 2 programme, with the proposed contract Ocean Installer will persist on to play a key part in the Johan Sverdrup subsea works, which were kicked off under the Marine Wave 1 programme.
The contract covers umbilical installation at Johan Sverdrup, Bauge and Utgard, adding up to spools, cover, tie-in and manifold installation at Utgard.
Ocean Installer CEO Steinar Riise said: “Ocean Installer is conducting widespread work for Statoil under the Marine Wave 1 programme this year and we are truly pleased to have been selected as a key contractor also for the second phase of this Statoil scheme in 2019."
Ocean Installer’s will take on the project management and engineering at its headquarters in Stavanger. The work will begin with instant effect.
The offshore operations will commence in 2019. However, Ocean Installer will make full use of construction support vessels (CSV) Normand Vision and Normand Reach.
Based in Stavanger, Norway, Ocean Installer is a subsea company with offices in Aberdeen, Houston, Dubai, Perth, Mexico City and Rio de Janeiro.
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