CHON BURI : Norway's Aibel AS will join bidding to be called by Statoil AS, that country's state-owned oil conglomerate, for a 10,000-tonne petroleum production platform, using its production base in Thailand.
From left, Jan Skogseth, the head of Aibel AS, Katja Christina Nordgaard, the Norwegian ambassador to Thailand, Cambodia and Myanmar, Duangjai Asawachintachit, deputy secretarygeneral of Thailand’s Board of Investment, and Lars Rossland, chairman of the Gudrun project and a vice-president of Statoil, toast the project’s completion yesterday. SOMCHAI POOMLARD
One of largest petroleum and renewable energy engineering providers in Europe has made Thailand a secondary production base.
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