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    The crowning glory

    Aibel reached a preliminary climax in the construction of the Johan Sverdrup drilling platform right before midnight on Monday, when the final of three modules was lifted into place in Klosterfjorden.

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    Two of three modules in place

    In the course of the weekend and early Monday morning, the first two modules for the Johan Sverdrup Drilling Platform was put together in Klosterfjorden north of Haugesund.

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    Sverdrup module sees the light of day

    On Saturday morning, the drilling support module (DSM) was moved out of the North Sea Hall in Haugesund and onto the barge that will carry the module to Klosterfjorden later this month.

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    New FPSO assignment to Aibel

    Aibel’s yard in Haugesund has been awarded a significant contract to prepare Teekay’s Petrojarl I FPSO for redeployment.

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    The Viking in Laem Chabang

    9,000 kilometres, culture and religion separate Aibel’s yards in Thailand and Haugesund. But they have a common goal: Making the Johan Sverdrup Drilling Platform the best of its kind.

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    Module construction started

    This Tuesday, the Dvalin project finished all construction drawings for module H25. The following day the fabrication work started.

  • JSDP Sail Away Thailand

    Proud Sail Away celebration

    The Main Support Frame for the Johan Sverdrup Drilling Platform is now complete. To mark its largest individual delivery to date, Aibel Thailand recently hosted a proud celebration.

  • Prime Minster visit to Aibel

    Sverdrup visit by the Prime Minister

    Today, Prime Minster Erna Solberg got a tour of Aibel’s yard in Haugesund, where the Johan Sverdrup project has ensured full activity during the last couple of years.

  • MSF Thailand

    The jigsaw is almost complete

    This summer, the modules for the Johan Sverdrup drilling platform will be completed in Thailand, Grimstad and Haugesund.

  • Hywind update

    Wind project takes shape

    The five floating offshore windturbines that will comprise Statoil's Hywind Scotland Pilot Park are now taking shape on Stord. Aibel has played an active role in the project since 2014.