Eni Norge awards DNV GL Barents Sea inspection

Offshore staff

SANDNES, NorwayEni Norge AS has awarded DNV GL a framework agreement for the supply of inspection services to the Goliat platform in the Barents Sea.

The term of the contract is three years, with an option for a two-year extension. The assignment consists of planning and carrying out inspections of static equipment, load-bearing structures, and offloading and anchoring systems aboard the Goliat FPSO during its operational life.

The contract, which will help further reinforce the petroleum cluster in northern Norway, is in line with Eni Norge’s ambition to create spin-off effects connected with the Goliat project.

Goliat is the first field to be developed in the Norwegian sector of the Barents Sea. The cylindrical Goliat platform is an FPSO specially adapted to conditions in the Barents Sea.

06/13/2014



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