DNV GL, February 6, 2014 Print Close My location zoom DNV GL UK has secured the third party ICP (Independent Competent Person) multi-million GBP contract, related to compliance with UK Offshore Regulations for the Statoil Mariner project.The award is the culmination of two years’ of project FEED support, assisting Statoil in developing Performance Standards and the Written Scheme of Examination (WSE) under the UK Offshore Safety Case Regulations for the Production Drilling Quarters (PDQ), Subsea, Umbilical’s, Risers & Flowlines (SURF) and the Floating Storage Unit (FSU).The Mariner Field is located on the East Shetland Platform of the UK North Sea, approximately 150km east of the Shetland Isles. The project is the largest new offshore development in the UK in more than a decade, with production expected to start in January 2017. The field is estimated to produce for 30 years, with average production of around 55,000 barrels of oil per day over the plateau period from 2017 to 2020. The project will involve DNV GL offices world-wide and draw on integrated services of third party verification, classification and consultancy; with the majority of the design review work being undertaken in London where the three main design subcontractors reside.Hari Vamadevan, Regional Manager UK and Southern Africa said the project is complicated as it involves many contractors working across multiple countries. “The commercial and technical support teams in the UK and Korea worked hard to explain to all the project stakeholders the role of ICP and Class in UK waters which was critical to securing the contract. This project will continue to cement DNV GL’s position as the verification and classification company for the North Sea, and open more opportunities for us in the future.” 此页面无法正确加载 Google 地图。您是否拥有此网站？确定
Caisse buys more Stingray Digital equity, Telesystem reduces its stake by The Canadian Press Posted Jun 20, 2016 7:14 am MDT Last Updated Jun 20, 2016 at 8:00 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email MONTREAL – A significant equity stake in Stingray Digital Group is changing hands.Telesystem Ltd. says it’s selling about 4.3 million subordinate voting shares (TSX:RAY.A) at $7.15 per share, for gross proceeds totalling $30.8 million. The stock closed Friday at $7.25.Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec announced separately that it’s purchasing two million of the shares for $14.3 million.Telesystems says it will continue to hold its 5.5 million multiple-voting shares (TSX:RAY.B) and 500,000 remaining A shares, representing 28.1 per cent of the voting rights for the company.It said the private placement through National Bank Financial and GMP Securities is being done for estate planning purposes.The announcements come a little more than a year since Stingray completed its initial public offering in June 2015.