News and media

  • 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.

  • Aibel Oslo office_FRONT

    Important Sverdrup study to Aibel

    Aibel is one of the companies working on a C study for the second phase of the Johan Sverdrup development.

  • Apprentices Aibel_FRONT

    Apprentices wanted!

    Aibel welcomes new positive and solution-oriented youths to its team. Read more about our apprenticeships in Haugesund and Hammerfest.

  • Oseberg field centre_FRONT

    Bringing Oseberg into the future

    Last autumn Aibel submitted a FEED study for Oseberg Vestflanken 2 Brownfield Topside. Now Aibel has also been handed responsibility for the actual implementation phase.

  • Kalstoe transport_front

    Eye-catching transport to Kalstø

    A 4.6 metre high and 4.3 metre wide valve transport recently took place from Aibel's yard in Haugesund through quiet city streets and along narrow country roads to Kalstø.

  • 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.