Sif Bags Johan Sverdrup Jacket Deal

Sif and Kvaerner have signed a contract for the production of 36 leg sections, 16 pile sleeves, and 16 piles for the P2 jacket of the Johan Sverdrup project.

Johan Sverdrup is one of Norway’s five largest oil fields, and will supply between 2.1 to 3.1 billion barrels of oil.

The field consists of four platforms with jacket foundations, for which Sif has provided components.

Equinor, the co-owner responsible for the operation, and Heerema Marine Contractors, responsible for the transport and installation will use Sleipnir, the biggest crane vessel in the world, for this project.

The total volume of the project comprises around 4,000 tonnes of leg sections, 450 tonnes of pile sleeves, and 4,500 tonnes of piles.

Production is planned for mid-2019 and 2020.

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