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New Sailing Routes from Supply Bases in Southern Norway

Statoil has decided to alter its sailing routes from the supply bases in Southern Norway to the platforms in the North Sea. The decision is a result of several years’ work aimed at optimizing use of supply vessels and bases.

"The changes in the current sailing routes are essential if we are to remain competitive in the time ahead," says head of Logistics and emergency preparedness, Gunnar Breivik. He adds that reducing logistics costs is an important element in extending the lifetime of our operated fields, as logistics costs account for around 10 per cent of the operating costs for an installation.

 

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