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Zenitels Nor Electronics awarded two Statoil frame agreements

Kenneth Dåstøl, CEO Zenitel Group comments, “We are delighted to continue our close cooperation with Statoil. The inclusion of Nor Electronics into the Zenitel Group means we now have an even more comprehensive portfolio of products and solutions for the Oil & Gas segment.”

“In addition to these two agreements, Zenitel Norway has recently been awarded a contract for loudspeakers and flashing beacons. For all three contracts, major deliveries will take place in 2018.” Dåstøl adds.
The frame agreements cover Entertainment Systems and Miscellaneous Radio Systems, and includes following systems:

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  • IPTV System 
  • Sound Music Systems
  • VSAT System
  • Iridium System
  • Radio Consoles
  • GMDSS and Mandatory Radios
  • Non Directional Beacon
  • Shuttle Tanker Telemetry System
  • Aeronautical Radios
  • Position Systems
  • Artemis System
  • Radius
  • Gyro Compasses
  • Real Time Clock System
  • Misc Cables and Connectors
  • Test Instruments

Nor Electronics was acquired by the Zenitel Group in 2015. The addition of Nor Electronics into the Group has helped to strengthen the company`s position in the Oil & Gas and Industry markets. 

Located in Kristiansund, Norway, Nor Electronics is specialized in all types of communications systems for the Oil and Gas segment with its main focus on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. Nor Electronics has ongoing projects for delivery to China, Kuwait and United Arab Emirates as well as Norway.

The Johan Castberg field is situated approximately 100 kilometers north of the Snøhvit field in the Barents Sea. The field consists of three oil discoveries, Skrugard, Havis and Drivis.

You can read more about the Johan Castberg field and Statoil here.

Segment: Oil&Gas