We are proud to be a supplier of our compact metal seated ball valve and receptacle assembly to Company of the year, Aarbakke AS awarded by the Stavanger Chamber of Commerce. From horseshoes to one of the world’s leading machining companies, in a few years Aarbakke AS has made a downturn to an upturn and… Read more »
Norvalves delivered 18 compact 2” 690 bar ball valves to be used for the Tie-In pressure caps on Equinor’s Breidablikk project. This is yet another successful delivery to the Norwegian Continental Shelf of our products for the highly demanding conditions of the North Sea. Breidablikk is developed by Equinor in partnership with Petoro AS, Vår… Read more »
Tiltak og Beredskapsplan i Norvalves i forbindelse med Corona-virus utbrudd. Norvalves har innført tiltak i forbindelse med Corona-virus utbruddet. Hvis en situasjon skulle oppstå hvor en kundes leveranse blir direkte berørt vil vi uten unødig opphold informere. Nedenfor følger informasjon om våre tiltak og vår beredskapsplan. Tiltak og Beredskapsplan i Norvalves i forbindelse med… Read more »
Peregrino is an important project for Equinor with estimated oil reserves of 2300 million barrels. Norvalves are proud to be a supplier on this project as one of our first steps into the Brazilian market. Together with our extended sales network and our parent company Ham-Let Valves & Fittings, Norvalves are well positioned to reach… Read more »
Norvalves’ compact 2-1/16” API 17D qualified ball valve is getting smaller! After many years of success with our line of compact metal seated Ball valves offering class leading ISO 5208 rate A gas zero leakage, Norvalves continue to push the design envelope. Many of our customers are using this valve on installations where space is… Read more »
Over the last 31 years Norvalves has established itself as a renowned fast-track supplier of bespoke valves. Sometimes it is a one off delivery but for the majority of our global oil and gas clients we are a long-term partner and regularly produce their special designs year after year. When one has a critical system… Read more »
In February 2017 we delivered 12 off 3inch Double ball valves, Receptacles and Hot Stab connectors with double inline Check valves for the Johan Sverdrup project. Johan Sverdrup is one of the five largest oil fields on the Norwegian Continental shelf. In the beginning of 2016 we produced 400 Titanium and 100 Duplex valves for… Read more »
Our new ¼” 103 MPa check valve is qualified according to ISO 13628-4 PR2 with a 40 000 cycle endurance test. The first project we will supply this valve for is the Stones project operated by Shell. In this project the valves will be used as a barrier for subsea pumps produces by OneSubsea in… Read more »
Last week we visited the ONS 2016 in Stavanger and the Monty Python song «Always look at the bright side of life» was played to make us remember there is still some optimism in the industry. We know if there are not enough projects for us in the North Sea, we need to export our… Read more »
Two new projects for metal seated valves with a delivery time of less then 12 weeks! This year Norvalves has proved it is possible to be more cost effective and still retain the high quality demanded by the industry. We have reduced the price of the high-end metal seated subsea ball valve by more then… Read more »
Seawater Harness is a bespoke flow reduction product for offshore pumps. The redundancy loop makes it possible to clean the filters without closing the system. Our range spans from 1″ 150lb to 4″ 300lb and is usually made in Aluminium Bronze, Titanium, Duplex or 316. Optional glass peek holes let you inspect the mash to… Read more »
We are proud to be a part of the Johan Sverdrup project! Today we shipped 117 valves, the final batch of 500 valves. Production startup is expected in 2019. Peak production is estimated to be over 500,000 barrels per day (79,000 m3/d), which will make it by far the largest producing oil field in the… Read more »
This week we ship 88 valves of a total production of 500 valves to Statoils Johan Sverdrup Project.
– The new technology is ground breaking, says CEO Pau Charles Redern.