Tag: Bilfinger

Bilfinger secures maintenance contract for Shell’s GOM

Bilfinger has been awarded a multi-million dollar annual contract for the routine mechanical maintenance scope for Shell’s oil and gas platforms in the Gulf of Mexico

Bilfinger orders for HPC exceeds half a billion Euros

Bilfinger’s current volume of work for the new nuclear power plant Hinkley Point C (HPC) in England now exceeds half a billion Euros mark.

Bilfinger secures a contract from Hinkley Point C

Bilfinger has won a contract from Hinkley Point C for the execution design, supplier management, fabrication and installation of piping systems for the construction of the new nuclear power plant in the South West of England.

Bilfinger install equipment & piping at new FUCHS plant

Bilfinger has been commissioned by lubricant manufacturer FUCHS to install modern production equipment and piping systems at its new blending plant in Haninge near Stockholm.

Bilfinger wins contract with Shell U.K.

Bilfinger Salamis UK has been awarded a multimillion pound contract for technical manpower services on Shell U.K. Limited southern North Sea (SNS) assets.

WorleyParsons opens German office

WorleyParsons has opened a new office in Germany, and is working with local partners Bilfinger Peters Engineering and Bilfinger GreyLogix.

Statoil awards ISO contracts

Statoil is awarding renegotiated framework agreements to Bilfinger Industrier Norge AS and Kaefer Energy AS for ISO services (insulation, scaffolding and surface treatment).

Bilfinger to modernize piping systems

Bilfinger Piping Technologies has recently declared that it will replace the over 40-year-old piping system for the medium-pressure steam system in the Salzgitter-Hallendorf power plant.

Bilfinger Executive Board appoints new chairperson

The Supervisory Board of Bilfinger appointed Per Utnegaard as chairperson of the Executive Board with effect from 1 June 2015.

Bilfinger tests Wikinger wind farm foundations

Engineering and services group Bilfinger will test steel foundations for the Wikinger offshore wind farm project in the Baltic Sea on behalf of Spanish energy supplier Iberdrola. Beginning in 2016, 70 wind turbines would be installed in water depths of up to 42m north-east of the German island of Rügen.