Norway: Bergen Group to Deliver Subsea Manifolds for Alvheim Field

Bergen Group Offshore has, through its subsidiary Bergen Group Rosenberg AS, been awarded an EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) contract by Subsea 7.

The EPC-contract includes delivery of a two slots subsea manifold located at the Alvheim field, operated by Marathon Oil Norge AS. The planning and engineering activities started up in 2011, and the project is due for completion in Q3 2012.

“The subsea market is significant and growing both on the Norwegian continental shelf and internationally, with great potential for Bergen Group Offshore. Our proven track record and previous experience has enabled us to offer a fast track solution”, says Executive Vice President Kristin Færøvik. 

Bergen Group has a total of 1,600 employees and approximately 600 of these are associated with Bergen Group Rosenberg, a major contractor within the oil and gas market to the Norwegian continental shelf.

Bergen Group is an innovative supplier of products, services and solutions to the offshore and maritime industry. The Group has specialized competence within Offshore, Shipbuilding and Maritime / Industrial Services. The offshore division has well established facilities strategically located in Stavanger, Bergen and Kirkenes.ž

Subsea World News Staff , May 25, 2012;  Image: Bergen Group

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