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  • Greater Enfield_front

    Aibel won Greater Enfield Project contract

    Aibel Pte Ltd in Singapore has been awarded the E&P contract for modifications on Woodside Energy Ltd’s Nguijma-Yin floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) off Western Australia.

  • JDSP grillage Haugesund

    Important summer months for Sverdrup

    The Johan Sverdrup project is currently at a demanding stage, where close collaboration between fabrication, engineering and procurement is essential.

  • Artikkel forside

    MOPUD - rigged for the market of the future

    Aibel has developed unique expertise in the development, design, construction and engineering of process modules for jack-up rigs.

  • Mads Andersen, new CEO of Aibel

    Mads Andersen, new CEO of Aibel

    President and CEO Jan Skogseth will, in accordance with his employment contract, retire following his 62nd birthday. Mads Andersen (51) will take over as the new President and CEO from 1 January 2017. Skogseth will hold an advisory role in the company until spring 2017.

  • Agreement Aibel and Reach Subsea_FRONT

    Aibel partners up with Reach Subsea

    The two companies have entered a formal cooperation agreement to undertake more complex projects.

  • Glen Lyon

    Glen Lyon to Aibel Haugesund

    Aibel has been awarded a contract for yardstay and assistance with the final preparations of the Glen Lyon FPSO. The vessel arrives in Haugesund today.

  • Safety Centre Thailand_FRONT

    Opened safety centre in Thailand

    A new and modern safety training centre shall strengthen HSSE training at Aibel’s yard in Laem Chabang, Thailand.

  • Hywind

    Additional work in the Hywind contract

    Aibel has also been given responsibility for procurement to Statoil's Hywind Scotland Pilot Park. The amendment to the contract was signed this week.

  • First cut Haugesund

    Haugesund has started

    Today the first steel was cut for the DSM module for the Johan Sverdrup drilling platform. The event took place at the yard in Haugesund, where a busy period awaits until the platform is completed in 2018.

  • Haugesund yard feb_FRONT

    Lining up outside the dock

    One ship relieves the next in the dock at Aibel's yard in Haugesund this winter. The ships dock for overhauling, upgrading or classing.