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Agility Group signed LOI for the Ivar Aasen Topside project

Agility Group has signed a Letter of Intent with Wood Group Mustang Inc. for engineering services for the Ivar Aasen Topside project.

Agility Group will participate in the engineering team together with Wood Group Mustang. Overall EPC contractor for the Ivar Aasen Topside is SMOE Pte Ltd. The facilities include process, gas compression, separation, water injection, flare boom and metering, along with accommodations for 70 people.

The Ivar Aasen field, formerly known as Draupne, is in water depths of 112 m west of the Johan Sverdrup field on the Norwegian continental shelf. Det Norske operates the project with 35% interest on behalf of partners Statoil (50%) and Bayerngas (15%). The field has estimated reserves of 150 million boe.

 

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