2014

  • Aibel's yard in Laem Chabang, Thailand

    12 modules at once

    With both the P-74 and TEN projects in the final phase, Aibel’s yard in Thailand is buzzing with activity.

  • Draugen deluge project

    Aibel replaces deluge cabinets

    Installation of the first new deluge cabinets at Draugen is under way. The deluge cabinets will supply the platform’s sprinklers.

  • Kuben VGS

    Aibel contributes to science education

    Recently Aibel visited Kuben upper secondary school, where aspiring students presented results from their group effort this autumn.

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    Aibel to ready Petrojarl Knarr

    The new floating production vessel Petrojarl Knarr has arrived from Korea at Aibel's shipyard in Haugesund. Here the ship will be prepared before installation on the Knarr field.

  • Dolwin beta has arrived

    Dolwin beta has arrived

    Thursday afternoon, the giant wind platform arrived at Aibel's yard in Haugesund.

  • Ny avtale med Marathon

    Aibel awarded new framework agreement for studies

    Aibel has been awarded a framework agreement by Marathon Oil Norge AS for the supply of FEED and study assignments. The first assignment has already been specified.

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    Final Troll module on its way

    Watch the module M13 leave Aibel’s yard in Haugesund.

  • Singapore office

    Partnership with XER

    Aibel has signed a memorandum of understanding in connection with the topside engineering, procurement and fabrication contract for the ACE Platform with Xcite Energy Resources Limited (XER).

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    Consultancy agreement with Statoil

    Aibel has entered into a framework agreement concerning the supply of personnel to Statoil's projects in Norway and abroad.

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    65,000 offshore hours saved

    Originally, the new Skuld module for the Norne vessel was to be installed as part of offshore modifications. Instead, the module was built in record time at the shipyard in Haugesund.

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    DolWin beta on its way

    Tuesday 10 June Aibel's first wind platform was named before the giant started its journey towards Norway and Haugesund.

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    M11 leaves Haugesund

    Tuesday at 6 p.m. the second out of three Troll modules left Aibel’s yard in Haugesund. At the same time in the North Sea Hall, departure for the third and final module is close. The three modules will contribute to extending the production time of the Troll platform, which is the centre for gas deliveries to clients at the continent.

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    Suriya and Troll

    Suriya Phojit doesn't scare easily – not even by huge Norwegian trolls. This winter the construction manager and his team supplied a new compressor module to the cornerstone of Norwegian gas production.

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    M11 arrives at Haugesund

    On 17 May all flags are hoisted when the Troll module M11 arrives at Haugesund. According to schedule, the ship with the 23 metre high Troll module will come alongside the quay early in the afternoon.

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    900 employees from Aibel make Snøhvit more robust

    In the course of the next month Aibel will perform 100,000 hours of work in connection with a shutdown that will improve the stability of the Snøhvit facility at Melkøya near Hammerfest.

  • Oseberg field centre FRONT

    The largest shutdown in history for Aibel at Oseberg

    This weekend kicks off the shutdown at Oseberg. It also marks the beginning of a hectic period with many shutdowns for Aibel.

  • Dolwin Beta ceremony FRONT

    2.5 million man hours without injuries

    An outstanding HSE result has been celebrated at Aibel’s subcontractor Drydocks World: 2.5 million man hours without lost time incidents in the Dolwin Beta project.

  • Troll celebration front page

    Celebrated Troll’s latest addition

    The compressor module M11 for the Troll A platform will soon be set to leave Aibel’s yard in Laem Chabang.This week, Aibel Thailand threw a celebration to mark this major milestone.

  • First cut TEN

    First steel cut in the Modec TEN project

    The start-up of a new important project was celebrated in Thailand this week.

  • Dolwinlift front

    Dolwin Beta's living quarters are in place

    The about 500 ton living quarters for Dolwin Beta is hoisted in place.

Media contact

Bjørg Sandal, SVP Communications

 

Tel: +47 48 86 87 26
e-mail: bjorg.sandal@aibel.com