Subsea Cover – Norway’s largest delivery?

Subsea cover for protection of subsea installations, Equinor.

Gjøa Development Project. 65 pcs different subsea covers were produced with a total weight of 750 tons. Top structure Gas Export PLEM with dimensions of 22.3 x 10.7 m, height 3.8 m and weight of 49 tons.

Gjøa oilfield is an oilfield in the Norwegian section of the North Sea. It lies about 70 kilometres (43 mi) off the Troll field. The Gjøa reserves are estimated to be about 40 billion cubic metres of natural gas and 83 million barrels (13.2×106 m3) of oil and condensate. The oil field was discovered in 1989 and the development was announced in December 2006. It is developed by the consortium of Statoil, GDF Suez, Petoro, Royal Dutch Shell and RWE Dea. During the development phase, the operator of the field is Statoil. When production begins GDF Suez will take over the operatorship. The field will become on stream in 2010, and it will reach plateau production in 2011. The total investment is about 27 billion Norwegian krones.

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