StatoilHydro awards 58 MUSD Oseberg EPCI contract to Aibel

London, UK, 24 June 2008

StatoilHydro has awarded Aibel the EPCI (Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Installation) contract valued at approximately 58 MUSD (300MNOK) to replace the existing Heat Recovery Steam Generation (HRSG) system on its Oseberg D platform in the North Sea.

The project will include the dismantling of the existing heat recovery system, a capacity evaluation of process and auxiliary systems, construction analysis of the existing platform, follow-up, installation and hook-up of the new (700 t) module. The new HRSG system, so-called Once Through Steam Generation technology, will utilise the heat from the flue gas in two gas export compressors to generate steam which will be used to power a steam turbine which in turn will generate 15MW electric power for use on the platform.

Aibel president and CEO R. Rasmus Sunde believes: “It is always gratifying to win repeat business from an existing customer as it endorses the quality of the other work we are already involved with and it also endorses our position as a long-term partner of choice.” Aibel has been involved at the Oseberg field since 1994 under the terms of a frame agreement with StatoilHydro for maintenance and modification services.

For more information, contact:

Ola Bøsterud
Senior Vice President Marketing and Communications
Aibel
Tel: +47 85 27 26 78
Mob: +47 909 54 743
E-mail: ola.bosterud@aibel.com

 

Aibel (www.aibel.com) is dedicated to oil and gas Production Facilities Solutions. The company engineers, builds, maintains, modifies and operates production facilities and offers a portfolio of advanced separation, gas and drilling technology solutions, all to help customers achieve greater production.

A multicultural company with over 100 years of industry experience and more than 7,000 professionals, our dedication to meeting our customers’ needs is matched only by our equal commitment to innovation, integrity, safety and environmental sustainability.

Published 2008-06-24, 08:00 CET Updated 2011-01-18, 14:50 CET

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