Aqualis Offshore has received a contract from Aibel to conduct human factors analysis for multiple EPC contractor's ongoing projects on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
Under the awarded contract, risk management specialists of Aqualis Offshore will carry out human factors analysis of Aibel’s work on the Snorre Expansion Project, the Dvalin project and the Oseberg Vestflanken 2 project.
The value of the contract has not been disclosed.
Aqualis Offshore director of Norway and Europe Bjørn Håvard Brænden said: “Essentially, we will cover the end-user perspective throughout engineering and suggest changes where we see that there is room for misunderstanding or improvement.
“These are highly effective methods of reducing operational risk and removing as many potential safety critical operator errors as possible.
“We possess specialist knowledge within this field, and we are pleased that Aibel has opted to utilise this to the benefit of both Aibel and their customers, Statoil and DEA Norge.”
Aqualis Offshore team will be integrated with the Aibel’s engineering teams to help optimise coordination.
The contract will be executed by the Aqualis Offshore’s Norwegian operation.
Aqualis Offshore is a branch of Aqualis that specialises in marine engineering consultancy, serving the shallow and deepwater segments of the offshore oil and gas industry.
Through its subsidiaries and associates, Aqualis provides energy consultancy services to the oil and gas, wind and solar sectors globally.