Grenland Group to deliver Minox® water treatment system to Clov field, Angola

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16 Nov 2010

Grenland Group ASA has made an agreement with DSME to deliver a Minox® Deoxygenating System to Clov FPSO.

Clov Field offshore Angola is operated by the French oil company Total. The Minox system has a capacity to treat 280,000 bwpd to be used for water injection.

Date of delivery will be early 2012. The unit will be fabricated in Korea, but all design and engineering will be executed out of Grenland Group's office at Notodden, Norway. Anticipated contract value for Grenland Group will be around MNOK 60.

This is the first Minox system to be operated by Total and underlines a positive trend for Minox® and Grenland Group. Senior Vice President, Frank T. Ellingsen, in Grenland Group Solutions is satisfied of having made this agreement with DSME and is looking forward to further cooperation and business opportunities.

We have experienced an increasing interest for Minox worldwide, says Marketing Manager of Minox®, Hans Evald Henriksen. In addition to be a reliable and effective way of removing oxygen from injection water, the system is compact, environmental friendly, and flexible in relation to design and capacity. Reducing the oxygen to very low levels, without the use of chemicals, makes the technology unique.

So far more than 30 Minox systems have been delivered to the North Sea, Gulf of Mexico, Brasil, West Africa and Far East.

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