Kvaerner tanks up in subsea tech drive

Fabrication site: the Bull Arm yard outside St John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador that is building modules for the Hebron project

Kvaerner has secured a prestigious research award with Statoil Canada to develop a concept for subsea separation and storage in Arctic conditions that it believes could open the door to wider use of its concrete solutions in the harsh-environment region.

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