Njord Bravo

Ensures a lifetime extension of Njord Bravo FSU with 20 years to 2040.

Njord Bravo høykant Øyvind Sætre

Important contribution to Njord

The contract for the refurbishment and lifetime extension of Njord Bravo was awarded to Aibel in 2018, as a part of Equinor’s “Njord Future Project”. The project engaged around 600 employees at its busiest and was delivered in late 2021.

Aibel had the overall responsibility for fabrication, installation, construction, engineering and procurement as required to achieve mechanical completion of the storage vessel. In addition, Aibel assisted Equinor with commissioning services.


Contract: Fabrication

Client: Equinor

Value: Approx. NOK 1.3 billion

Delivery: 2021

An FSU is a floating storage unit, and mostly used are converted tanker ships.

Njord is an oil and gas field in the Norwegian Sea. Productions started in 1997 and the field development consists of a floating steel platform with drilling and processing facilities called Njord A, and a floating storage unit (FSU), Njord Bravo.