HOUSTON –Statoil has entered two five-year frame agreements with Dresser-Rand regarding supply of compression and power generation equipment along with parts and service for existing machinery.
Covering both offshore and onshore hardware, the $1-billion (NOK 7.8-billion) agreement covers purchase and installation of new equipment for several Statoil projects.
The Dresser-Rand facility in Kongsberg, Norway, will assemble and test the turbo generator sets. The company's facility in Le Havre, France, and Olean, New York, in the US will provide the centrifugal compressors. Service and maintenance will be supplied from the Dresser-Rand service center in Kongsberg.
At the same time, Dresser-Rand announced a $154-million contract to supply BP turbomachinery for the Skarv field, Norwegian Sea, FPSO.
Dresser-Rand will provide six Datum centrifugal compressor trains driven by variable speed electric motors for gas compression service, four generator sets for main power generation, and control panels for each equipment package.
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