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  • 8 January 2016

    Statoil has informed that the gas leak occurring at the Kårstø processing plant Thursday night has now been stopped. According to Statoil, the technical service provider for the plant, the situation is returning to normal and external resources from the emergency services have been demobilised. The owner of the plant is Gassled, while Gassco is the operator. […]

  • 8 January 2016

    At 10:30 pm on Thursday night, a gas leak was reported at Statoil’s Kårstø processing plant in Norway. Statoil said that the emergency services and authorities have been notified about the situation and Statoil’s emergency response organisation has been established. “All personnel have been accounted for and brought to safety. A notice to neighbours has […]

  • 31 August 2011
    Business & Finance

    Foster Wheeler AG announced today that a subsidiary of its Global Engineering and Construction Group has been awarded a contract by Aibel AS for the provision of detailed design engineering services to support Aibel, which has been appointed by Statoil as the main engineering, procurement and construction contractor for the Kårstø Development Project (KDP) 2013 […]

  • 20 May 2014

    The Port of Civitavecchia has taken the lead on LNG bunkering. This is the first time ever that an Italian port has given permission for LNG TtS Bunkering. After bunkering the world first LNG-powered tug in Zeebrugge, the world’s second LNG-powered sea going tug, the Bokn of Buksér og Berging AS, was bunkered by LNGEurope […]

  • 21 May 2014
    Business & Finance

    The Port of Civitavecchia has taken the lead on LNG bunkering, promoted by the ConferenzaGNL, and in assistance with LNGEurope B.V. of the Netherlands – a 100% subsidiary of ENN Energy, one of China’s largest natural gas suppliers. This is the first time ever that an Italian port has given permission for LNG TtS Bunkering.After […]

  • 21 May 2014

    A gas leak occurred at the Kårstø processing plant today, Wednesday 21 May. The incident was reported at 12.19 to Statoil’s emergency response unit at Kårstø. The plant’s evacuation alarm was set off. There were 445 persons in the facility when the incident occurred. At 14:00 all of them could return to their tasks, Statoil […]

  • 8 January 2016

    Norwegian safety watchdog the Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) has decided to instigate an investigation of a gas leak at the Kårstø gas processing plant on January 7, 2016. The owner of the plant is Gassled, Gassco is the operator and Statoil is a technical service provider. The gas leak was discovered at 22:30 on January 7, […]

  • 21 December 2012

    NOK 8.4 billion has been spent on modernising the Kårstø gas processing plant north of Stavanger over the past five years. One of Norway’s biggest industrial projects is now drawing to a close. This facility became operational in 1985, and the upgrading work now being completed has concentrated on the oldest parts of the plant. […]

  • 8 November 2013

    The partners in Johan Sverdrup field, in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea, have recommended that associated gas from the field be piped to the Kårstø facility. This has been confirmed by Statoil on behalf of the partnership. Gas transport forms part of the choice of development concept for Johan Sverdrup in the Norwegian […]

  • 21 May 2014

    A gas leak occurred at the Kårstø processing plant today, Wednesday 21 May. The incident was reported at 12.19 to Statoil’s emergency response unit at Kårstø. The plant’s evacuation alarm was set off. There were 445 persons in the facility when the incident occurred. At 14:00 all of them could return to their tasks. Statoil’s […]

  • 5 July 2011
    Business & Finance

    Aibel has been awarded a letter of intent from Statoil in connection with the new test facility for subsea compressors at Kårstø. The estimated value of the contract is NOK 200 million. The new test facility will be part of the Kårstø metering and technology laboratory, K-lab. ‘Aibel knows Kårstø well and has recently won […]

  • 12 December 2012
    Business & Finance

    Foster Wheeler AG announced today that a subsidiary of its Global Engineering and Construction Group has signed a three-year frame agreement with Statoil Petroleum AS for the provision of front-end engineering design (FEED) services for future projects at the Kårstø and Kollsnes processing plants, located in Norway north of Stavanger and north-west of Bergen, respectively. […]

  • 18 February 2014
    Vessels

    The world’s first LNG driven tugboat, the M/T Borgoy arrived in the port of Zeebrugge for a bunkering operation. The ‘truck to ship’ bunkering operation was the first to be performed in the Flemish coastal port. The tug M/T Borgoy is the first tugboat in the world driven by LNG. The maritime sector is confronted […]

  • 22 September 2011
    Project & Tenders

      Veidekke Entreprenør AS has entered into a contract with Statoil ASA​ in connection with the construction of a new test facility for a subsea compressor at K-lab on Kårstø. The total value of the contract is approx. NOK 115 million, excluding VAT. K-lab is Statoil’s specialised laboratories for large scale testing of gas flow, […]

  • 18 February 2014
    Business & Finance

    The world’s first LNG driven tugboat, the M/T Borgoy arrived in the port of Zeebrugge for a bunkering operation. The ‘truck to ship’ bunkering operation was the first to be performed in the Flemish coastal port. The tug M/T Borgoy is the first tugboat in the world driven by liquid natural gas, LNG. The maritime […]

  • 20 September 2011
    Business & Finance

    International energy company Statoil  and the University of Texas at Austin (UT) have signed an Energy Partnership agreement providing the university with an annual funding of USD 1 million for 5 years. The agreement is Statoil’s largest of its kind outside Norway, and UT has been chosen as the company’s pilot university in the United […]

  • 17 January 2014
    Vessels

    M/T Borgøy, the world’s first LNG-powered tugboat, designed by Norwegian Buksèr og Berging in-house team with the assistance of Marine Design AS in Norway, and developed by Sanmar’s modern shipyard in Istanbul, completed her sea trials successfully this month and started her maiden voyage on 14th of January. Rolls Royce supplied the engines, propulsion package […]

  • 24 May 2016
    Business & Finance, Human Capital, Research & Development

    MHI Vestas Offshore Wind has sent two members of its executive management team to New Orleans to share the lessons learnt from over two decades of experience in erecting offshore wind farms in Europe with their American colleagues during the WINDPOWER 2016 conference organised by the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA). The offshore market in the US is on […]

  • 17 January 2014

    M/T Borgøy, the world’s first LNG tug, built by Sanmar’s modern shipyard in Istanbul, completed her sea trials successfully this month and started her maiden voyage on 14th of January. The concept was designed by Norwegian Buksèr og Berging in-house team with the assistance of Marine Design AS in Norway. The engines, propulsion package and LNG […]

  • 17 January 2014
    Business & Finance

    M/T Borgøy, the world’s first tug to be fuelled by the much more environmentally friendly liquefied natural gas (LNG), completed her sea trials successfully this month and started her maiden voyage on 14th of January. The tug is designed by Norwegian Buksèr og Berging in-house team with the assistance of Marine Design AS in Norway […]

  • 17 March 2015
    Storage

    Dong Energy has awarded a £21.8 million contract to J. Murphy & Sons Limited for construction of an onshore substation for the Race Bank offshore wind farm development project. Race Bank, when operational, will have a capacity of up to 580 megawatts, enough to power over 400,000 UK homes. The wind farm will be located […]

  • 4 July 2013

    Two bulk carriers, MV Katherine and MV Baru Satu, collided last night in the Aegean Sea, southwest of the Andros Island, Greece, the Hellenic Coast Guard reported. Accordingly, the vessels rammed each other’s hulls, damaging MV Katherine’s portside and causing the vessel to start taking in water. The Coast Guard’s officials said that there is […]