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Agility Group awarded record contract by Statoil

Agility Group AS has signed a contract worth approximately $ 110 million with Statoil. Agility Group will deliver topside modifications to a strategically important fast track project for Statoil on the Gullfaks field. The deal is one of the largest in Agility Group history, and will employ over 250 people at its peak.

The delivery consists of topside modifications on the Gullfaks A platform and is connected to the tie-in of the subsea gas fields Rutil and Opdal (located in Rimfaksdalen). The project is an EPCIC delivery, meaning that Agility Group will deliver all services in the value chain, from engineering, procurement, construction and installation to commissioning.

- We are proud to once again be a preferred partner for Statoil. This proves that our commitment to offshore modifications has been strategically wise, and it confirms our position as a leading full-service supplier in the market, says Otto Søberg, CEO of Agility Group AS.

 

If you would like to read more, please visit the Agility Group website.

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