SNC-Lavalin to co-engineer Gina Krog jacket

Offshore staff

MONTREAL, Canada – HFG Engineering Europe (HFGE) has contracted SNC-Lavalin (TSX: SNC) to perform detailed design of the jacket for the Gina Krog field platform offshore Norway.

The two companies will jointly handle engineering of the 16,000-metric ton (17,637-ton) barge-launched structure, with SNC-Lavalin doing its share of the work from its offices in Croydon, near London.

The Statoil-operated Gina Krog oil, gas and condensate field will be developed using a fixed platform tied into the Sleipner facilities for gas export, with oil offloaded to shuttle tankers. It is due to come onstream early in 2017.

4/1/2013

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