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Samsung Heavy Wins Johan Sverdrup Contracts

  South Korean shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries has been awarded an NOK 7 billion (US$890 million) contract from Statoil for the construction of the process and riser platforms for the Johan Sverdrup development project offshore Norway. The contract calls for the fabrication of the decks for both the processing platform and riser platform – two […]




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The International Maritime Organization (IMO) says that Mr. Ki-tack Lim of the Republic of Korea has been elected as the next IMO Secretary-General. Kim is now the eighth elected Secretary-General of the International Maritime Organization, the United Nations agency concerned with maritime safety and security and the prevention of marine pollution from ships. The vote […]

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Steel Cut for Johan Sverdrup, Norway’s Biggest Project

  Construction has begun on the first structure for the biggest and most expensive industrial project in Norway for decades to come – the development of the giant Johan Sverdrup offshore oil field. Statoil announced Monday that the first piece steel for the riser platform jacket was cut at the Kvaerner Verdal yard in Norway […]