Norway: Bergen Group to Dismantle Deck Cranes at Gullfaks Platforms
Bergen Group Offshore has, through its subsidiary Bergen Group Rosenberg AS, been awarded an EPCIc-contract by Statoil with an estimated value of approximately 30 MNOK.
The EPCIc-contract (Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Installation and Commissioning) includes dismantling of permanent deck cranes on the Gullfaks A and C Platform.
Work will commence from Bergen Group Rosenberg’s offices at Buøy, Stavanger immediately, and the project will be executed in 2 phases: Gullfaks A prior to June 2012 and Gullfaks C Prior to December 2013.
“This project represents an interesting niche in the EPCIc brownfield modification market and is a valuable contribution to the utilization of our capability and efficiency in this segment. We consider projects like the Gullfaks Crane project with interest and to be within an area with potential for further development”, says Executive Vice President Kristin Færøvik in the Bergen Group Offshore Division.
Bergen Group is an innovative supplier of products, services and solutions to the offshore and maritime industry. The Group has a total of 1,700 employees and approximately 700 of these are associated with the Bergen Group Offshore- division consisting of Bergen Group Rosenberg, Bergen Group Hanøytangen and Bergen Group Kirkenes.
Source: Bergen Group, November 4, 2011