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Electromagnetic Geoservices ASA (EMGS) has gotten a signed contract from Tullow Oil Norge AS worth USD million for 3D EM data acquisition within the northern area of the North Ocean.

"We’re delighted to utilize Tullow again, as well as, asked to see contract coverage within the Norwegian waters still develop favorably. Adding numerous contracts to the multi-client activities this season should increase the risk for most active year in Norwegian up to now,Inch stated Roar Bekker, Chief executive officer of EMGS.

Laptop computer is anticipated to commence in August, while using vessel BOA Thalassa.

This comes inside a week of EMGS getting received a signed contract from the customer worth USD 2.3 million (NOK 13.5 million) for 3D EM data acquisition within the Norwegian Ocean. Additionally, EMGS had signed two data licensing contracts with two new clients, amounting to as many as USD 2. million. The contracts connect with provision of 3D EM data from EMGS’s multi-client data library within the Barents Ocean and also the Norwegian Ocean.

EMGS – New Contract In Norwegian Ocean

Electromagnetic Geoservices ASA (EMGS), the marine EM market leader, has gotten a signed contract from the customer worth USD 2.3 million (NOK 13.5 million) for 3D EM data acquisition within the Norwegian Ocean.

Laptop computer is anticipated to commence in June, while using vessel BOA Thalassa.

Based on Svein Knudsen, EMGS chief financial officer: EMGS, uses its proprietary electromagnetic (EM) technology to aid gas and oil companies within their look for offshore hydrocarbons

Statoil: Polarled Pipe-Lounging Begins

The Polarled pipe-laying operation is scheduled to be completed by the end of August. (Photo: Lillian Aasheim/Shell)

On 26 March, the Solitaire pipe-lounging vessel began around the first stage from the Polarled installation project. The 482-km lengthy pipeline will transport gas in the Aasta Hansteen field within the Norwegian Ocean to Nyhamna in western Norwegian.

Statoil is operator during the introduction of the Polarled project and for that reason accountable for lounging the pipeline between Aasta Hansteen and Nyhamna. As operator for that gas plant

Mobil Starts Production In Norwegian

Mobil Corp. stated that production started in the world’s largest subsea development, the Asgard oilfield within the Norwegian Ocean, run by Norway’s condition oil company Statoil as well as in which Mobil includes a 7.35 % stake.

EMGS – Agreement with Statoil for that Norwegian Ocean

3D EM data acquisition

Electromagnetic Geoservices ASA (EMGS) has gotten vitamins agreement from Statoil Oil AS worth roughly USD 1. million for multi-client 3D EM data acquisition within the Norwegian Ocean.

The Organization expects to commence laptop computer shortly, after finishing laptop computer for Statoil announced on 2 June 2014 within the same area, while using vessel Atlantic Protector.

EMAS Wins Statoil Contract

EMAS AMC, the subsea services division of EMAS, a worldwide offshore contractor and provider of integrated offshore methods to the gas and oil industry, announced today it has won an agreement from Statoil for that transport and installing of subsea templates for that Norwegian Ocean’s greatest offshore project – the Aasta Hansteen field development. The Aasta Hansteen field development, having a water depth of just one,300 meters, is situated in the Norwegian Ocean, 300 km west of Bodø

Noreco, North Energy Agree Asset Transfer on PL484


Norwegian Energy Company ASA (Noreco) has decided to transfer its 30 percent possession in PL484 within the Norwegian Ocean to North Energy ASA (North). The transfer is susceptible to government approval.

Further, the businesses have agreed that Noreco, under certain conditions, includes a to re-go into the licence having a reduced equity share later on.

The change in possession in PL484 was initially a part of a good thing swap deal announced in summer time 2014

OW Bunker Buy Two Bunker Barges

OW Bunker acquire two bunker barges for Nordic operations: ‘OW Copenhagen’ and ‘OW Aalborg’.

Before the acquisition, OW Bunker operated both vessels on the bare-boat charter from worldwide shipping company the Clipper Group.

OW Copenhagen and OW Aalborg are modern double-hulled 3,500dwt tanker barges, built-in 2006 and 2005 correspondingly. Both vessels possess a tank capacity of four,260 m3, fast pumping rates as high as 600 m3/hr and therefore are oil major approved

Wintershall Gets Control Operatorship of Norwegian Subsea Gas and oil Field

 Photo courtesy of Wintershall

Wintershall has had within the operatorship from the subsea gas and oil field Vega from Statoil, Wintershall announced today.

Vega may be the BASF subsidiary’s first operated subsea tie-in field in Norwegian. With this particular transfer, Germany-based Wintershall now operates two production fields around the Norwegian Continental Shelf, Brage and Vega.

The takeover from the Vega operatorship belongs to a transaction with Statoil which was finished in December 2014

Tronstad Named President of Aker Kvaerner Verdal

Nina Udnes Tronstad joins Aker Kvaerner as President for that offshore yard at Verdal. She develops from a position as Executive V . P . for HSE in Statoil where she is a person in the organization executive committee since April 2005. She’ll start 1 September 2007. She’ll are accountable to Mr. Bjørnar Skjevik who’ll go back to his position as mind of Aker Kvaerner’s fabrication yards.

They of Presidents at Aker Kvaerner’s Norwegian offshore yards will contain:


Dangerous Norway's Atlantic Ocean Road


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