Statoil retains Bilfinger for North Sea services

Offshore staff

MUNICH, Germany – Statoil has renewed its framework agreement with Bilfinger Industrier Norge for various North Sea production facilities and Norwegian onshore plants.

The two-year extension, which runs from August 2014 to July 2016, is valued at around $339 million for both years.

Bilfinger provides insulation, scaffolding, and surface treatment (painting) for the Snorre, Oseberg, Heimdal, Huldra, and Veslefrikk oil and gas field facilities in the North Sea, and the Sture and Kollsnes plants north of Bergen.

12/04/2013

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