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Johan Sverdrup field (Photo: Statoil)

Rapp Bomek signs frame agreement with Statoil for Johan Sverdrup

Rapp Bomek AS has signed a frame agreement with Statoil for the delivery of external and internal fire doors to the Johan Sverdrup field development. 

This is one of the largest contracts in the company's history. In addition, there is an option in the contract for deliveries to the following projects: Johan Sverdrup phase II, Johan Castberg, Snorre 2040 and Peregrino.

"This agreement is very important for Rapp Bomek as the company consolidates its position as a world leader in the global oil- and gas market for fire doors. It is a confirmation that our work over time with delivering safety products in competitive conditions, has led to this contract. We will continue to strengthen our competitiveness in order to fight global competition. We believe our customers will experience that we deliver the best solutions, on time and at competitive prices," says CEO Terje Bøe at Rapp Bomek. 

"Being the main owner of the company, we are very pleased to register that Rapp Bomek, has once again proved their competitiveness in a very demanding market," says Chairman Bjørn Hesthamar. "During these times where the investment rate in the oil and gas sector is lower than earlier and where the pressure on price is correspondingly high, it is very encouraging that a Norwegian supplier, with all its production in Bodø, Norway, succeeds in hard competition with international suppliers. This shows our competitiveness in delivering the best technical solutions. 

A new adventure on the Norwegian continental shelf (NCS)

A new chapter of the Norwegian oil and gas saga is being written. The Johan Sverdrup field may well turn out to be the most significant on the NCS since the 1980s. 

Thanks to technology developed over the years on the NCS, emissions and discharges from Johan Sverdrup will be very low. Statoil’s ambition as operator is a recovery rate of up to 70%. This means Statoil will be able to ensure growth, jobs and industrial development for several decades to come.
(Source: Statoil)

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