Ramboll Oil & Gas gets a share in major Norwegian project

Ramboll Oil & Gas will counsel Statoil in connection with the establishment of the new pipeline to the major gas field Aasta Hansteen. It is a large contract for the engineering company focusing a lot on the Norwegian market.

Photo: Øyvind Hagen/Statoil

Ramboll Oil & Gas has been chosen to counsel Statoil on its new Polarled Development Project published by the oil group earlier this week. The task for Ramboll will be counselling including project engineering and specification of demands to the pipeline in the Polarled pipeline project.

Statoil is investing USD 4.5 billion in the Aasta Hansteen pipeline project. Ramboll expects to use approximately 40,000 man-hours on engineering services. The extent of the task is large enough to occupy 10 to 15 employees for the first two years, Ramboll Oil & Gas project manager Lars Eriksen says.

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