2H Offshore to work on Johan Sverdrup development

2H Offshore, an Acteon company, has been awarded a contract by Statoil for tieback conductor, platform conductor and surface riser engineering analysis on the Johan Sverdrup field in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea.

2H had already conducted engineering studies for Statoil to support wellhead specification on the Johan Sverdrup development.

The field extends over 200 km2 on the Utsira High, in a water depth of 110 – 120 m. It is one of the largest oilfields on the Norwegian continental shelf, and is expected to come onstream in late 2019. Phase 1 of the development consists of four bridge-linked platforms, as well as three subsea water injection templates.

Alex Rimmer, director, 2H, said, “We are delighted to be working closely with Statoil on the significant Johan Sverdrup development. This award enhances 2H’s extensive experience in Norway, cementing our position as the leading contractor specialising in the design and analysis of riser and conductor systems for the Norwegian sector of the North Sea. We look forward to successfully delivering this study and further growing our reputation within Norway.”

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