Statoil gets French green light for $ 1.3 bn NorFra line

Feb 18, 1997 01:00 AM

Feb. 6, 1997 French authorities have given the green light to the laying of the NorFra gas trunkline at the landfall in Dunkerque on the north coast of France, Statoil said. The pipe, running from the Draupner E riser platform in the Norwegian North Sea to Dunkerque, will be 840 km (522 miles) long and will be the world's longest submarine pipeline. Total investment in NorFra -- including trunkline and terminal -- is estimated at 8.5 billion crowns ($1.3 billion).
Construction of the land pipeline and pull-in of the submarine section are due to begin in late March/early April. Work on the gas receiving station started last September and is due to be completed in summer 1998.

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