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  • 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.

  • Singapore office

    New job for Aibel Singapore

    Australian company Woodside has awarded Aibel a FEED contract in connection with the subsea tie back to the Ngujima-Yin FPSO.

  • 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.

  • DolWin beta left Haugesund_front

    Aibel's first wind platform has left Haugesund

    Saturday night, The DolWin beta converter platform left Aibel's yard in Haugesund, Norway. Following a four-day transport stage, the platform will be installed in the DolWin wind cluster in the German North Sea.

  • 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.

  • Aibel acquires LMP_front

    Aibel acquires company

    The contract to acquire Danish personnel company LMP was signed at Forus today. The company already works for Aibel AS.