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4 July 2013

Oil industry builds two new oil clean-up depots

The Norwegian Clean Seas Association for Operating Companies (Nofo) has reached agreement today with T. Johansen Drift AS and Roald Johansen AS in Alta on constructing two depots for oil spill clean-up equipment. Located at Hasvik and Måsøy in Norway’s northernmost Finnmark county, these facilities represent the final brick in the protective wall for the Goliat field operated by Eni Norge.

“We’re pleased to be able to offer turnkey contracts for establishing the clean-up equipment depots in Hasvik and Måsøy to Roald Johansen AS and T. Johansen Drift AS,” says Nofo head Sjur Knudsen. “We are confident that these companies can deliver the best product for our purposes.”