Head Energy’s engineering company; Head Energy Solve, has been awarded a feasibility study to evaluate an upgrade of the main control room on OKEA’s Draugen platform.
The main control room will be upgraded to current standards, regarding functionality, layout, and ergonomics. Our team conducted a site visit to Draugen to gather relevant information from the operators and to explore opportunities for upgrading the existing control room.
Head Energy has been carrying out multiple maintenance and modification tasks for OKEA on the Brage platform since 2015 through the existing framework agreement. This is our first project on the Draugen platform.
“We would like to express our gratitude to OKEA for entrusting us with this project, and we are eager to deliver a comprehensive study that not only fulfills but exceeds their expectations and requirements.” says Øyvind Reksten, Managing Director of Head Energy Solve.
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