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FEED engagement for Statoil

The Vigdis risers and flex tails are planned to be replaced during 2016. This rise opportunities to improve the robustness of the whole Vigdis system.

Jotne has been awarded the contract on a FEED study to explore the opportunities connected to Vigdis structures. The study includes a booster station, PLET’s and valve structures. Jotne will make a concept design with estimated fabrication costs and a fabrication plan. The assignment is due for January 2014.

To read more, please visit Jotne here.

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