Technip Extends NorSea Group Framework Agreement

NorSea Group (NSG) has signed a renewed framework agreement for the delivery of base and port services to Technip Norge.

The framework agreement, originally entered into in 2009, has now been extended until the end of 2018, with an option of 2 x 1 years. The services covered by the agreement include various base and logistics services and support in connection with maritime operations, waste management and technical work, NSG informed.

“Renewed faith from Technip Norge means a lot to NSG and we are proud to have been chosen again,” says Kenneth Bjørholm, director of market and business development at NSG.

The work will be undertaken by NorSea, Stordbase, Coast Center Base, Vestbase, Helgelandsbase, Polarbase, Maritime Waste Management, Maritime Logistic Services and NorSea Group (UK) Ltd.

“It is crucial for us to win contracts like this one in what is a challenging time for the industry,” Bjørholm adds. “We hope and believe that the new agreement will help contribute to safeguarding numerous jobs in the years ahead.”

This is the second time the agreement between NSG and Technip has been extended, the company added.

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