Maersk Oil opens important market for Rambøll

Ramboll gets a foot in the door on a new market for offshore projects in collaboration with Maersk Oil in the British part of the North Sea.

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Danish Ramboll will handle the project design of part of Maersk Oil's coming rig in the natural gas field Culzean in the British part of the North Sea, says the company in a statement issued on Tuesday after winning the contract.

Specifically, the contract relates to the project design of the substructure on the field's WHP jacket, associated piles and appurtenances, including sea-fastening, at a depth of 90 meters.

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