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  1. PSA sanctions operation of upgraded Ormen Lange gas facilities

    Offshore staff OSLO, Norway – Petroleum Safety Authority Norway has authorized Norske Shell consent to use the Nyhamna gas plant expansion facilities on Norway’s west coast. These entered service in 2003, as a gas-processing center for the Ormen Lange field in the Norwegian Sea. Nyhamna is now being expanded to receive gas from the Polarled pipeline which will connect production from the Aasta Hansteen field to the Norwegian gas transport system. It entails an increase in processing capacity from 70 MMcm/d to 84 MMcm/d, and the addition of receiving plant and equipment for Polarled; two new onshore compressors for gas compression for Ormen Lange; and construction of a new compressor to increase export capacity through the Langeled pipeline that runs from Nyhamna, via Sleipner to Easington in eastern England. The consent allows Norske Shell consent to put into service the parts of the onshore facilities included in the expansion. 12/06/2016

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    Tue, 6 Dec 2016

  2. Statoil announces first-stage laying of Polarled gas pipeline

    Statoil is operator during the development of the Polarled project and therefore responsible for laying the pipeline between Aasta Hansteen and Nyhamna. 

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    Fri, 27 Mar 2015

  3. Polarled gas pipeline now in place

    The final pipe in the 482.4 kilometre long Polarled gas Pipeline was laid at the Aasta Hansteen field at a depth of 1,260 metres in the Norwegian Sea.

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    Tue, 29 Sep 2015

  4. Polarled pipeline installation under way from Norwegian Sea

    The Solitaire pipe-laying vessel has started Stage 1 of the Statoil ASA-operated Polarled installation project connecting Aasta Hansteen field in the Norwegian Sea to Nyhamna in western Norway.

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    Fri, 27 Mar 2015

  1. Polarled pipelay nears completion point at Aasta Hansteen

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    Mon, 24 Aug 2015

  2. Statoil: Polarled Pipeline now in place

    On Sept. 28, the final pipe in the 482.4-kilometer-long Polarled Pipeline was laid at the Aasta Hansteen field at a depth of 1,260 meters in the Norwegian Sea, according to Statoil.

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    Wed, 30 Sep 2015

  3. Statoil: Polarled gas pipeline crosses Arctic Circle

    The Statoil ASA-operated Polarled gas pipeline construction project reported crossing the Arctic Circle. The line will connect Aasta Hansteen field in the Norwegian Sea to Nyhamna in western Norway.

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    Fri, 21 Aug 2015

  4. Solitaire starts work on Polarled pipelay in Norwegian Sea

    Allseas’ Solitaire has started laying Polarled , the first pipeline to extend Norway’s gas infrastructure into the Arctic Circle.

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    Fri, 27 Mar 2015

  5. DNV GL to provide surveillance on Statoil’s Polarled pipeline

    Statoil has contracted DNV GL to provide pipelay surveillance for quality assurance during the Polarled installation. 

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    Wed, 13 May 2015

  6. Last piece of Statoil’s Polarled pipeline now in place

    The final pipe in the Polarled pipeline project is now in place in 1,260 m (4,133 ft) of water at the Aasta Hansteen field. 

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    Tue, 29 Sep 2015

  7. New contracts for Polarled pipeline from Statoil

    Statoil has awarded the fabrication contract for linepipe to the Polarled project, the coating contract, and the pipe-laying contract.

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    Tue, 19 Feb 2013

  8. Seabed, depth issues to complicate Polarled pipelay

    Statoil (OSE:STL) has contracted Ramboll Oil & Gas for detailed design of the 36-in. Polarled pipeline in the Norwegian Sea.

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    Thu, 17 Jan 2013

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