Enwa awarded its first framework contract with BP Norway

Enwa has entered into its first framework contract with the petroleum company BP.

The contract includes consultancy and practical assistance with the operation of the water supply at BP’s installations offshore Norway.

The framework contract with BP includes delivery of technical consulting, training, maintenance and consumables. This applies to the fresh water systems  on  the platforms at Ula and Valhall fields including Skarv FPSO  

The projects will be managed by Enwa Oil & Gas AS with offices in Stavanger. The contract has duration of 3 years with an option for another 3 + 3 years.

Kjetil Øxnevad, MD Enwa Oil & Gas:
"This is a major contract for Enwa which we are proud to be awarded after tough competition with other suppliers. We would like to thank BP for the trust and confidence they have shown in our ability to supply high quality water treatment within the oil and gas industry. Enwa Oil & Gas’ strategy is to establish alliances with oil companies and this contract is an important milestone in the development of the company’s portfolio."

Erland Buøen, CEO Enwa Group:
"The framework contract with BP shows that Enwa has a strong position in the offshore market and that our commitment to high expertise within water treatment, combined with a high level of service and competent operational services are appreciated. The contract with BP inspires us to further commitment to the delivery of technical services as a valuable supplement to our water treatment plants."

For more information:
Kjetil Öxnevad, MD Enwa Oil & Gas AS
+47 51 63 43 07 / +47 915 86 013
kjetil.oxnevad@enwa.com

Erland Buøen CEO Enwa Group/Enwa Water Treatment AS
+47 33 48 80 53 / +47 909 41 054
erland.buoen@enwa.no

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