Bilfinger Industrier Norge has scored a further success within a short space of time, having been awarded the third contract for maintenance services for the North Sea oil and gas industry since autumn 2013. BP Norway has exercised a renewal option under the master contract signed in 2011. Valued at EUR 50 million and running from 1 May 2014 to 30 April 2016, the renewal covers painting, scaffolding, insulation and access technology services at the Valhall, Ula and Skarv fields. This follows on from the two recent contract renewals which the Bilfinger company was awarded by Statoil.
Statoil has awarded Bilfinger Industrier Norge a contract for the provision of insulation, scaffolding and painting (ISP) services on an offshore platform. Statoil has awarded Bilfinger Industrier Norge a contract for the provision of insulation, scaffolding and painting (ISP) services on an offshore platform in the Sleipner gas field.
Statoil has renewed the framework agreement with Bilfinger Industrier Norge for a number of North Sea production facilities and onshore plants on the Norwegian coast by a further two years under an option provided for in the contract signed in 2010. The renewal covers the period from August 2014 to July 2016 and is worth around EUR 250 million for both years. As a result, the Norwegian Bilfinger company remains energy company Statoil’s largest service partner for insulation, scaffolding and surface treatment (painting), or in abbreviated form ISP.