We are happy to hear that the Johan Sverdrup field was officially opened! To work on this extraordinary projects construction stage was a great honor.
This is the photo of one part of living quarters on which the Swelda team was working. Altogether Johan Sverdrup accommodation platform has 450 cabins and 560 beds. The record-breaking field is one of the most important industrial projects in Norway for the next 50 years.
The video of Johan Sverdrup Living quarters on the move. It became the home of hundreds of offshore workers for five decades to come.
The Johan Sverdrup field is estimated for a 50-year lifespan with low emissions to sea and air. In spite of this, the field will supply millions of people with the energy they need to live.