Tag: Aker Solutions

Aker Solutions secures a contract from Shell

Aker Solutions has secured a sizeable contract from Shell to provide brownfield modifications services and maintenance support for the Nyhamna facility in Norway. Shell has...

Aker appoints Jo Kjetil Krabbe as Executive VP

Aker Solutions appointed Jo Kjetil Krabbe as Executive Vice President and member of the corporate Executive Management Team. His responsibilities include the Power Solutions...

TUBACEX delivers umbilical tubes for Aker Solutions

TUBACEX will deliver Aker Solutions AS a total of 1,000 km of umbilical offshore tubes to be installed for three projects in the North Sea.

Aker Solutions selects TUBACEX for umbilicals

Aker Solutions has selected TUBACEX as a delivery partner for umbilical tubes for key projects on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. The order for over...

Aker secures umbilicals contract from Eni Angola

Aker Solutions has been awarded a sizeable contract by Eni Angola S.p.A.

Sverdrup Steel delivers plates and profiles to Aker

Sverdrup Steel deliver stainless steel plates and profiles to Aker Solutions for the Northern Lights CO2 transport and storage project

Aker secures an umbilicals contract from Subsea 7

Aker Solutions was awarded a contract from Subsea 7 to deliver umbilicals for Murphy Exploration and Production Company - USA’s King’s Quay development in the U.S.

Aker Solutions awarded Subsea order in China

Aker Solutions received a notification of award for orders valued at more than NOK 1.7bn from the China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) to provide the subsea production system and umbilicals for the Lingshui 17-2 gas field.

Equinor strengthening subsea collaboration

Equinor is signing collaboration agreements with Aker Solutions and TechnipFMC for subsea equipment and services on the Norwegian continental shelf (NCS) and internationally.

Aker Solutions to deliver power umbilical systems

Aker Solutions won orders valued at more than NOK 350M to deliver power umbilical systems to China National Offshore Oil Corporation's (CNOOC) Liuhua oil fields in the South China Sea, off Hong Kong.