Bristow Group Inc. introduced a three-year contract extension till August 2024 with Aker BP to assist air transportation crew change companies for his or her operations within the Norwegian continental shelf.
Bristow has been an Aker BP (former BP Norge) aviation associate for greater than 15 years and can use its fleet of present S-92s in Norway to supply crew change flights out of Bristow’s base in Sola, Norway. Bristow’s present contract with Aker BP expires on August 31, 2021. The contract extension consists of an possibility to increase one other yr.
“Aker BP was a fantastic associate on this course of and took a long-term enterprise method to their procurement of those security crucial companies. We are dedicated to offering the most secure and most effective service to Aker BP in assist of their exploration and manufacturing actions,” mentioned Heidi Wulff Heimark, Bristow Managing Director/Accountable Manager in Stavanger, Norway. “We are particularly honoured by their belief and confidence in us and that this contract extension will convey long-term stability and maintains efficiencies within the service.”
Aker BP is an oil firm that explores, develops fields and produces oil and fuel on the Norwegian continental shelf. They are the operator of the Alvheim, Ivar Aasen, Skarv, Ula and Valhall discipline centres, and a associate within the Johan Sverdrup discipline.
Bristow Helicopters is a British civil helicopter operator initially based mostly at Aberdeen Airport, Scotland, which is presently part of the U.S.-based Bristow Group which in flip has its company headquarters in Houston, Texas, the corporate operates a big fleet of over 450 helicopters and plane, which incorporates unconsolidated associates and three way partnership companions.
(Source: Bristow – Image: Bristow S-92 helicopter within the North Sea/ConocoPhillips)
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