Bristow Norway AS is commencing a beforehand introduced five-year contract on September 1, 2018, from its Hammerfest base. Bristow will present helicopter offshore crew change companies and search and rescue (SAR) companies to assist Eni Norway and Equinor.
“We are very pleased with the popularity we’ve acquired in securing this work within the Barents Sea,” stated Area Manager Norway Heidi Wulff Heimark. “This confirms that the work our workers do day-after-day brings outcomes. The contract is a crucial a part of our efforts to grow to be the main operator of offshore helicopters in Norway and globally.”
Bristow Norway has delivered helicopter companies for Eni Norway and Equinor operations within the Barents Sea for the final 9 years and is properly established in Hammerfest. The mandatory infrastructure experience required for operations within the Barents Sea area is already in place on the Hammerfest base.
Bristow will make the most of an current Sikorsky S-92 in oil and fuel configuration to offer crew change companies for offshore platforms, and an current all-weather (AWSAR) SAR S-92 for the search and rescue work to considerably enhance offshore security and rescue functionality. Both helicopters can be geared up to the most recent Norwegian oil and fuel requirements, with built-in visitors alert and collision avoidance system (TCAS II), tail mounted cameras and Performance-Based Navigation (PBN). The AWSAR S-92 is provided with state-of-the-art know-how and absolutely licensed for night time imaginative and prescient goggles (NVG) operations, with ahead wanting infrared (FLIR), auto hover, twin-hoist, mission administration with shifting map and elevated on-board medical capabilities. On quick discover, the crew change helicopter could be reconfigured as a backup for the SAR helicopter with full AWSAR functionality.
“The Barents Sea is clearly a precedence space; the contract entails transport to and from the Goliat discipline and several other future exploration operations for each Equinor and Eni Norway,” stated Heidi. “With this contract, Bristow Norway is properly positioned for future thrilling operations within the area, additionally with different oil corporations.”
“Bristow Norway thanks Equinor and Eni Norway for the belief they’ve proven us in giving us duty for helicopter companies within the Barents Sea and we sit up for constructive long-term cooperation,” stated Heidi. (Source: Bristow Helicopter)
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