Hydrocarbon Processing Copying and distributing are prohibited without permission of the publisher
Email a friend
  • Please enter a maximum of 5 recipients. Use ; to separate more than one email address.



Foster Wheeler to study planned upgrade of Statoil LNG plant in Norway

02.17.2014  | 

Foster Wheeler will define long-term solutions to achieve the Snøhvit partnership’s objectives of increasing the operating performance of the LNG facility and raising the capacity and feed gas flexibility of the plant.

Keywords:

Foster Wheeler has been awarded a contract by Statoil Petroleum to perform a study for the second phase of the Snøhvit improvement project at Melkøya, 450 kilometers north of the Arctic Circle in Norway.

The Foster Wheeler contract value was not disclosed and will be included in the company’s fourth-quarter 2013 bookings.

Foster Wheeler will define long-term solutions to achieve the Snøhvit partnership’s objectives of increasing the operating performance of the LNG facility and increasing the capacity and feed gas flexibility of the plant. 

This concept study is scheduled for completion in the third quarter of 2014.

“We have been working with Statoil and its Snøhvit partners for more than five years,” said Roberto Penno, CEO of Foster Wheeler's global engineering and construction business. 

“We are pleased to have this opportunity to continue to add value for our client through the application of our LNG expertise and our brownfield experience to develop innovative technical and project execution approaches.”



Have your say
  • All comments are subject to editorial review.
    All fields are compulsory.

Jorge Abrantes
02.25.2014

I have been collaborating on this Melkøya project years 2004 2005 -Spain, and 2006 , 2007 ,Melkøya Hmmerfest Norway
First subsea field installations remotely operated from shore in the World

Related articles

FEATURED EVENT


Sign-up for the Free Daily HP Enewsletter!

Boxscore Database

A searchable database of project activity in the global hydrocarbon processing industry

Poll

Should the US allow exports of crude oil? (At present, US companies can export refined products derived from crude but not the raw crude itself.)


64%

36%




View previous results

Popular Searches

Please read our Term and Conditions and Privacy Policy before using the site. All material subject to strictly enforced copyright laws.
© 2014 Hydrocarbon Processing. © 2014 Gulf Publishing Company.