DeepOcean gains contract for Statoil’s Snorre expansion project
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DeepOcean gains contract for Statoil’s Snorre expansion project

08 Jan 2018 (Last Updated January 8th, 2018 10:53)

DeepOcean has secured a contract from Statoil for performing marine operations on the Snorre expansion project in the North Sea. 

DeepOcean gains contract for Statoil’s Snorre expansion project
The contract covers project management, engineering, procurement of anchors for risers, umbilicals and offshore installation activities. Credit: DeepOcean Group Holding BV.

DeepOcean has secured a contract from Statoil for performing marine operations on the Snorre expansion project in the North Sea.

Under the contract, DeepOcean needs to provide project management, engineering, procurement of anchors for risers, umbilicals and offshore installation activities.

Offshore works installation of six integrated subsea template structures and manifolds.

In addition, the company needs to undertake installation of riser systems and umbilical systems on the Snorre A production platform.

“The Snorre expansion project is one of the key development projects ongoing in the North Sea.”

DeepOcean Group Holding subsea services commercial director Rolf Ivar Sørdal said: “DeepOcean is extremely pleased and proud of being awarded this work scope and see it as an important milestone in further developing DeepOcean as a reliable partner within the SURF segment, providing innovative and cost-effective solutions to our customers.

“The Snorre expansion project is one of the key development projects ongoing in the North Sea and we are pleased that Statoil has selected DeepOcean as their contractor for these demanding subsea operations.”

For the onshore part of the contract, the project team will work out of DeepOcean’s offices in Haugesund and Stavanger, Norway.

Meanwhile, the company will deliver offshore services using its construction vessel Edda Freya in 2019 and 2020.