Eureka to work on Goliat in Barents Sea

Eni Norge has awarded a contract to Eureka for services related to the Goliat platform located in the Barents Sea. 

Eureka will provide support to Eni Norge with service, overhaul and repair of pumps and related equipment, including but not limited to the following: installation, commissioning and start-up assistance; on-site services; onshore services; spare parts and training.

The agreement is valid for three years with an option for two plus two year’s extension period. Eureka Pumps AS is a Norwegian pump supplier with more than 35 years of experience in the oil and gas industry. The headquarters is located in Oslo, and the company also has offices in Kristiansund and in Tanager outside Stavanger.

Goliat will be the first oil field to come on stream in the Barents Sea. The field will be developed with an FPSO (floating production, storage and off-loading platform). Eni Norge is operator for the field and has a 65 percent owner share. Statoil is partner and owns the remaining 35 percent.

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