Norway: Bjoerge Eureka AS Secures Offshore Contract for Pump Systems Delivery Worth $16,7 million


Bjørge Eureka AS, a subsidiary of Bjørge ASA, has entered into a long term offshore contract for delivering of pump systems. The order value is estimated to be 100 MNOK (Approximately USD $16,7 million) divided over five years.

Bjørge Eureka AS is a comprehensive pump supplier with long experience in the field of pump technology and covers a wide range of applications in the Oil & Gas Industry. The Main applications are Firewater Pump Systems, Seawater Lift Pumps, Cargo Pump Systems, Crude Oil Export Pumps, Process & Utility Pumps, Produced Water Pumps and Water Injection Pumps. Bjørge Eureka also offers spare parts and after sales service, and can perform advanced maintenance, upgrading, modification, installation, testing and other services related to pump operation.



Bjørge ASA delivers process and safety-critical products and systems as well as a complete range of services that maintain lifecycle-long performance. This perspective ensures optimal operations and lower lifecycle costs. Bjørge has extensive experience as a supplier to the Norwegian oil and gas industry and select international markets; the company represents some of the worlds leading suppliers. Bjørge also invests significant resources in its proprietary technologies and system integration. Bjørge has 545 employees.

Source: Dana petroleum, August 10, 2010:

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