DNV handed contract for Tyra field work

Norwegian firm DNV GL has won a contract to provide verification services for Maersk Oil’s Tyra field redevelopment in the Danish North Sea.

Tyra has processed 90% of the Denmark’s gas production since 1984.

DNV GL’s will ultimately certify all greenfield activities on Tyra.

Its work will take place during the engineering, procurement, construction, installation, hook-up and commissioning phases for two new jackets and eight topsides.

Liv Hovem, senior vice president, DNV GL – Oil & Gas, said: “We’re very proud to have won the verification contract for the Tyra redevelopment and look forward to furthering our collaborative relationship with Maersk Oil.

“Maersk Oil’s Tyra project is extremely complex, involves a wide range of technical disciplines and requires global support. Drawing on our global and local presence, we will utilize our worldwide network of technical experts to provide on-demand support. This will result in both cost-efficient and best practices.”






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