Pomorze SA, a producer of large-scale steel structures for the
offshore market, signed the largest contract in the company's history
(worth over PLN 100 million) on Tuesday with Aker Solutions, a
Norwegian company in the energy sector.
The structures to be manufactured by Mostostal will be delivered to
the Yggdrasil oil and gas extraction area managed by Aker BP in the
Norwegian part of the North Sea. The entire Yggdrasil field will be
remotely operated from an integrated onshore operational center and
control room in Stavanger. As a result, Aker BP will set a new
standard for remote field operations, with unmanned platforms, new
technology, and data-driven decisions and work processes.
Mostostal Pomorze's scope includes sections of process platforms. The
work will consist of prefabrication and assembly of steel modules,
installation of supporting infrastructure, and corrosion protection.
The contract implementation will begin in the fourth quarter of 2023
and will take 18 months. "Our priority is to deliver the
structures on time, while maintaining high safety and quality
standards. This cannot be achieved without high project management
competencies. Our project managers have experience in working with
offshore construction requirements, and all production stages are
planned according to internal procedures, taking into account the
project's specific nature," said Arkadiusz Aszyk, CEO of
Mostostal Pomorze SA.
the past three years, the company has successfully completed a number
of orders from the Offshore Wind sector, including offshore
transformer stations and secondary steel elements. Currently, and for
the next two years, Mostostal's production capacity is reserved for
manufacturing steel structures for the Subsea and Oil & Gas
industries, both those installed on the seabed and production