Statoil has thus renewed its confidence in Aibel, who will continue work on all platforms and onshore facilities that the company currently services.
“We have worked hard to qualify for the option. The award of the contract is a recognition for Aibel and strengthens our position as the preferred supplier of maintenance and modification services on the Norwegian continental shelf,” says CEO Jan Skogseth of Aibel.
Good HSE results
Statoil regularly carries out quality surveys of suppliers. Aibel has particularly good results in health, safety and environment.
“HSE has the highest priority at Aibel. Today's award proves that systematic and structured work, both in this and other areas, provides results,” says Skogseth.
Around 2.500 Aibel employees are involved in the Statoil M&M contract. The company is present at plants and installations across the shelf through two contracts. One includes the onshore plants of Kårstø, Kollsnes and Sture. The other is for the offshore installations Draupner, Statfjord, Oseberg, Huldra/Veslefrikk, Njord, Kristin, Norne and Hammerfest LNG.
The option that now has been invoked applies from 1 August 2014 and lasts until 31 July 2016.
Published 22 November 2013