Drydocks World has been awarded the contract from Kvaerner to carry out the fabrication of components on the Johan Sverdrup Riser Platform Jacket for end-user Statoil, to be located in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea.
Kvaerner won contract from Statoil in January and Drydocks World will carry out the fabrication of pile clusters and floatation tanks including surface protection for the Johan Sverdrup Riser platform jacket.
The pile clusters will form the base of the jacket where the structure is piled to the seabed, and the tanks will be used for launching and installation of the jackets on site.
Drydocks World will be fabricating to the stringent NORSOK safety and quality standards, with our strong project management and construction team carrying out the over 7,000 ton project.
His Excellency Khamis Juma Buamim Chairman of Drydocks World and Maritime World said, “This contract confirms Drydocks World’s position as one of the industry’s leading suppliers of platform substructures. We look forward to solidifying our past prosperous relations with our client and plan to continue providing optimal services to meet all production targets.
“Drydocks World has delivered numerous world-first mega projects, demonstrating our capabilities and commitment to innovation. Our operational excellence program incorporates an extensive business management strategy with built-in efficiency, on-time delivery and cost-effective measures that ensure quality products of the highest standards in safety and environmental sustainability, giving Drydocks World excellent credentials in the maritime service sector.”