Statoil takes action on dropped objects

Offshore staff

KOKSTAD, Norway – Statoil (OSE:STL) has awarded AAK a global frame agreement for dropped objects prevention services. The agreement runs through 2017, with an option for extension.

AAK will provide inspection and survey services, and will train personnel in dropped objects inspection and observation techniques to prevent dropping objects on Statoil’s oil installations offshore and onshore.

2/21/2013

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