• Johan H. Andresen Jr

    'A fantastic company with fantastic people'

    'In Ferd we are proud of Aibel as it is today’, said Johan H. Andresen jr. at Stavanger Chamber last week.

  • Gudrun start in Haugesund

    Mayor cut first steel in Haugesund

    With a traditional ceremony Thursday afternoon, Aibel marked the start up of the fabrication of the Gudrun topside.

  • Oseberg feltsenter

    ‘The largest shutdown ever at Oseberg’

    The shutdown at Oseberg in the North Sea started today. In the next two weeks major projects will be carried out at the installations.

  • Universum

    Increased popularity among students

    Aibel has climbed to a 17th place in the annual ‘Universum Student Survey’, which ranks Norway’s most attractive employers.

  • Monks blessed first steel

    Monks blessed first Gudrun steel

    Last week the first steel for the Gudrun deck was cut in Thailand, after an important Thai tradition: In a ceremony, the steel and the machinery were blessed by Thai monks.

  • Snøhvit

    The shutdown at “Snøhvit” has started

    There will be a lot of activity at Melkøya outside Hammerfest in the next five weeks. At the most, 300 people will work for Aibel during the shutdown.

  • Nordsjøhallen

    'Gudrun' settles into a refurbished Nordsjøhall

    Countdown to the start-up of building activities for the Gudrun project has begun in earnest in Haugesund. The first employees moved into the Nordsjøhall today, where they were greeted by fully renovated offices for the occasion.

  • Rune Helliesen

    Several hundred new employees

    In the first quarter of 2011, close to 280 people had their first day as an employee in Aibel AS. ‘This is very good,’ says SVP Human Resources Rune Helliesen.

  • Facebook

    Aibel AS is on Facebook

    This week Aibel AS opened a corporate page on Facebook. Already close to 500 people “like” the page.

  • Barentshavkonferansen

    Visit from the Minister of Petroleum and Energy

    The Minister of Petroleum and Energy Ola Borten Moe was interested in why Aibel has established offices in Hammerfest and Harstad, when he visited Aibel’s stand on the Barents Sea Conference.

  • Gudrun mars11

    ”Gudrun” – Aibel's competitive edge

    The Gudrun deck is like a gigantic jigsaw puzzle. ‘A cost efficient and international execution of our projects makes Aibel an attractive partner. We get to use everybody’s potential,’ states project manager Jon Garborg.

  • stortingspresident og skogseth

    ’I am impressed by Aibel’

    The President of the Norwegian Parliament, Dag Terje Andersen visited Aibel’s headquarters today. The issues for the visit were work and employment.

  • New building Asker people

    Aibel’s new building in Asker takes shape

    The employees at Billingstad will most likely move into new and top modern office facilities on 1 January 2012.

  • Per Starheim

    He is fighting for a competitive industry

    ‘Eastern Europe outperforms wages. We need to compensate with higher skills and productivity,’ says Per Starheim, HR Manager Industrial Relations in Aibel.

  • Career fair

    Building reputation amongst students

    In the last few months Aibel has been present at 15 career days and recruitment fairs at universities and colleges all over Norway. The goal is to recruit new employees both in the near and distant future.

  • Stavanger office with logo

    Aibel present at modification conference

    One of the largest oil conferences in Norway starts in Stavanger today. Aibel is holding a presentation and having a stand at Modifikasjonskonferansen 2011.

  • Hammerfest view

    Aibel present at supplier conferences in the North

    As a major company in the northern Norway, Aibel AS attends three conferences for the supplier industry in the region.

  • Marit Hansen

    Elected leader of women’s network

    Marit Hansen in Aibel was this week elected as the new leader of a network for female leaders in Hammerfest. ‘I appreciate the confidence. This will be exciting,’ says Hansen.

  • Stavanger office with logo

    Aibel among the best at low absence due to illness

    Absence due to illness in Aibel during the 4th quarter was 3.8 percent. This qualifies for a ranking among the ten best IA-firms listed by Norsk Industri.

  • HiLoad

    - Aibel did deliver

    The statement is made by Mr. Erling Matland, Executive Vice President of Aibel, following several media reports related to the building of the Hiload offloading buoy.