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June 27, 2014
08:18 EDTSTOAker Solutions wins five-year contract from Statoil
Aker Solutions secured a contract from Statoil to provide maintenance and modifications services for the Mariner oilfield development in the U.K. North Sea. The five-year framework agreement also has extension options for a total of four years. Aker Solutions' Aberdeen operations will manage the contract work. Aker Solutions will deliver the maintenance planning system in the pre-operations phase of the development, as well as support services during the hook-up and commissioning phase. The contract includes maintenance and modifications services after the field is set to start production in 2017. Both parties agreed not to disclose the contract value.
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September 12, 2014
05:26 EDTSTOStatoil exits two assets on NCS for $1.3B
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September 10, 2014
09:07 EDTSTOGE, Statoil, Ferus Natural Gas Fuels announce pilot project expansion
A joint venture of GE (GE) and Ferus Natural Gas Fuels,along with Statoil (STO) announced the planned expansion of a pilot project to capture flare gas and use it to power up to six of Statoilís drill rigs and one frac fleet in North Dakota. The expansion is the first step by Statoil to move into full commercial adoption of the GE and Ferus NGF joint ventureís Last Mile Fueling Solution, which is expected to reduce emissions and provide cost-savings and logistics solutions for the companyís Bakken oilfield operations. The company anticipates this new commercial expansion will increase its flare gas capture to between 3M-5M standard cubic feet per day by the end of 2014, equating to GHG emissions reductions of between 120K and up to 200K metric tons per year, or the equivalent of removing between 25K-45K cars from the road.
September 8, 2014
14:46 EDTSTODrilling of Statoil well off Norway held up by Greenpeace gripe, Bloomberg says
Drilling of Statoil's first well off Norway in the Barents Sea may be delayed following a complaint from Greenpeace, Bloomberg reports. Drilling can't begin until the Norwegian Environment Agency handles the appeal this week, Bloomberg added, citing an e-mail from Reidar Evensen, a spokesman for the agency. Greenpeace says the arctic well being pursued by Statoil is an oil-spill hazard and that "the field is too close to vulnerable resources such as Bear Island and the the ice edge." Reference Link

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