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  • Støre besøket

    Gahr Støre visits Aibel

    Today Jonas Gahr Støre, leader of the Norwegian Labour Party, visited Aibel's headquarters at Forus. The reason for the visit was that Støre wanted an update on the company's and industry's situation.

  • Welder Haugesund

    Prepared for the great giant

    Soon, fabrication of the Johan Sverdrup Drilling Platform modules will begin. Aibel's yard in Haugesund has already been preparing the job for months.

  • P-74 final sailaway

    Delivered the final modules

    At the end of November, the final two modules for the P-74 FPSO left Aibel's yard in Thailand.

  • Haugsneset blast

    Bang, we have started!

    Aibel builds the converter substation that will ensure power supply from shore to the Johan Sverdrup field. Today, the mayor got to fire one of the explosive charges at the construction site.

  • First Cut JSDP Thailand_FRONT

    A blessed project

    This week, the first cut was made for the Johan Sverdrup Drilling Platform. According to tradition, the steel was also blessed by Buddhist monks.

  • Aibel M&M

    Aibel strengthens its M&M position

    Today, Statoil has awarded Aibel a new M&M contract. Through the new agreement, Aibel will have continued responsibility for 12 offshore installations and four facilities, and will also be responsible for Aasta Hansteen.

  • Tom Røtjer front

    Changes in the Aibel Board

    From 1 January 2016, Tom Røtjer (62) will be a board member of Aibel.

  • Aibel engineering

    Centrica contract to Aibel

    Centrica Energy Norway has awarded Aibel a frame agreement for Field Development projects on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.

  • Draugen

    Exciting operations at Draugen

    Through the Infill Drilling project, Aibel is coordinating the hook-up of new wells at Draugen. This summer, two new umbilicals were successfully pulled in to the platform.

  • JS Power from Shore_FRONT

    New Sverdrup contract for Aibel

    Aibel is awarded the contract to build the converter station that will provide power from shore to the Johan Sverdrup field. The station will be built at Haugsneset, just east of Kårstø in Rogaland.