• 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.

  • 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.

  • Gullfaks B management team_FRONT

    Excellent results at Gullfaks

    Delivered ahead of schedule, at the agreed cost and quality. Gullfaks B will go down in history as a very successful drilling upgrade project.

  • Deepsea Bergen front

    Successful visit to the shipyard

    Today the drilling rig Deepsea Bergen leaves the shipyard in Haugesund after completing its 5-year classification. The assignment has been performed within the agreed timeframe.

  • P-74 first shipment_FRONT

    A 2,542 tonnes delivery

    This week, Aibel Thailand completed its first delivery in the P-74 fabrication project. Three major FPSO modules are now on their way to Brasil.

  • The PM visited Aibel Haugesund_front

    Learned about apprentices

    This winter, Aibel was named as Apprenticeship Company of the Year. Today, the Prime Minister visited the company to find out why.

  • TEN forsidebilde

    Delivered seven modules in two months

    Since May, seven large FPSO modules have left Aibel's yard in Thailand. The deliveries are all part of the Tweneboa, Enyenra and Ntomme (TEN) project, which Aibel carries out for MODEC.

  • Deepsea Bergen_front

    Aibel secures new yard stay contract

    Odfjell Drilling has awarded Aibel the yard stay contract for the rig Deepsea Bergen.

  • Hedersdiplom front

    Diploma of honour to industrial safety manager

    Last week, Manager of Industrial Safety in Aibel, Anfinn Økland, was awarded the diploma of honour by the Norwegian Industrial Safety Organisation (NSO).

  • Njord signering front

    Njord project to Aibel

    Aibel has signed a contract for the project Topside Support and Winches in connection with the Njord Future Marine Project.

  • Troll A shutdown April 2015_front

    A recipe for success

    The latest shutdown at Troll A was a great success for Aibel. Everything went smoothly and in accordance with plan, safety was the number one priority and the work was of high quality.

  • New office building Bergen_front

    Thriving in new buildings

    Aibel has moved into new premises in Bergen and Stjørdal. Welcome!

  • Aktivitet ved kaien - frontpage

    Busy period at quayside in Haugesund

    At the moment, three vessels occupy the quay and the dock at the yard in Haugesund, and more are on their way. During the last week, Aibel has received orders for six new assignments.

  • Tord Lien visits Oslo office_FRONT

    Minister on Sverdrup visit

    This week, Minister of Petroleum and Energy, Tord Lien, visited the office in Oslo to hear more about the Johan Sverdrup project.

  • Aibel anniversary FRONT

    Anniversaries celebrated

    A group of 82 people were recently celebrated for their long and faithful service to Haugesund. They embody a total of 2,400 years of experience at Aibel.

  • Johan Sverdrup front 2

    Vacant positions in Oslo

    Aibel is searching for skilled engineers for the Johan Sverdrup project.

  • Erna Solberg front

    The significance of Johan Sverdrup

    Why did Aibel win the Johan Sverdrup contract – and what does it mean for the company?