Oil & Gas Pipeline & Transportation: North Sea & Europe

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. 

Tata to manufacture North Sea Culzean line pipe

Tata Steel will supply carbon steel welded line pipe for the Maersk Oil-operated Culzean HP/HT project in the UK central North Sea.

IKM to engineer Johan Sverdrup gasline link

Statoil has awarded IKM Ocean Design an EPC contract for the Johan Sverdrup gooseneck spool and retrofit hot-tap tee in the Norwegian North Sea.

OE 2015: DNV GL updates sand management strategy recommended practice

DNV GL has updated a recommended practice to include new guidance on the development, implementation, and follow-up of a high-level sand management strategy.

SMOE, Subsea 7 clinch North Sea Culzean topsides/subsea contracts

Maersk Oil has issued two major contracts for its Culzean high-pressure/high-temperature gas/condensate field development in the UK central North Sea.

Total strikes deal for stakes in UK offshore gas trunklines

Total has agreed to sell its interests in the FUKA and SIRGE gas pipelines in the UK North Sea and the St. Fergus Gas Terminal north of Aberdeen to North Sea Midstream Partners for £585 million ($905 million), subject to approvals.

Polarled pipelay nears completion point at Aasta Hansteen

Installation of the Polarled gas pipeline has entered the Arctic Circle, according to operator Statoil.

Martin Linge flow meters to monitor MEG injection

Litre Meter has supplied 14 displacement flow meters for Total’s Martin Linge field development in the Norwegian North Sea.

Norway approves Johan Sverdrup plans

The Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy has approved the Phase one plan for development and operation for the Johan Sverdrup oil and gas field in the central Norwegian North Sea.

Subsea network extended in Alvheim area offshore Norway

Det norske oljeselskap has brought online the second oil well at its Bøyla field in the Norwegian North Sea.


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