Kent Introl is awarded a framework contract for the provision of all air flow regulation and choke valves on Johan Sverdrup.
Over 400 valves will be manufactured and delivered over a period of three years.
Johan Sverdrup mission comes as part of the third large framework contract they sign with Statoil. The new framework agreement runs until 2020, with further options until 2026.
Kent Introl its support for the implementation of this contract in Norway OME AS.
This Agreement means a lot to us in relation to the difficult years we see ahead of us. It means we avoid redundancies both in OME, but perhaps most in the factory which has about 150 employees today.
It said Sales & Marketing Manager in OME Øyvind Ommedal to Offshore.no.
OME is agent for Kent Introl in Norway and makes all sales promotion, design, implementation, documentation, and we support all installations 24 hours a day. They have previously delivered to major projects such as Ekofisk, Mongstad, Edvard Grieg, Ivar Aasen, and parts of Gina Krog and Mariner on the British side.
As for many other companies are Johan Sverdrup contract welcome and important, both in the short and long term at a time, focusing on cost cutting.
Looking at the market outlook, we still believe not that there are companies like us who will be hardest hit. We have a piece down the value chain and our type of equipment is a little milk and bread. Aftermarket will probably also continue in order to keep the process on platforms and onshore plants operational, but besides Johan Sverdrup, there is not any major projects over the next 2-3 years. When we see typically against Johan Castberg.
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