Framo wins $24 million Johan Sverdrup contract

OE Staff
Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Sweden's Alfa Laval has won an order to supply its Framo pumping systems to the Johan Sverdrup field development in the Norwegian North Sea.

The order, booked in the Marine & Offshore Pumping Systems segment, has a value of approximately SEK 200 million (US$24.3 million) and delivery is scheduled for 2016.

The order comprises the delivery of fire-water pumping systems to all four Johan Sverdrup platforms, operated by Statoil.

The $14.8 billion first phase development on the field will see four, bridge-linked installations alone, as well as subsea templates. Overall the field is expected to unlock some 1.7-3 billion boe.

“I am pleased to announce yet another large order from the offshore oil and gas industry for our Framo range,” says Lars Renström, President and CEO of the Alfa Laval Group. “These reliable and efficient products fit very well into our product portfolio.”

Categories: North Sea Norway Europe System Design

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