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Soiltech signs long-term contract with Equinor

By 02/02/2023No Comments2 min read

Soiltech has been awarded a long-term frame contract with Equinor for the provision of offshore waste management services on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. Including extension options, the contract has a duration until 2034. The scope of work includes slop treatment, cuttings handling, tank cleaning and swarf treatment, on mobile units and fixed installations.

Stig H. Christiansen, CEO in Soiltech, comments; “Soiltech is pleased to enter into this long-term contract with Equinor. We have been working for Equinor since 2016, and we already provide our cleantech solutions to many of Equinor’s installations. This contract gives us the opportunity to continue our work and to extend our services to other Equinor fields and operations.

Our focus is on responsible resource management through waste reduction, waste recovery and reuse, thereby reducing total well cost and emissions. We very much look forward to continue supporting Equinor’s operations and ambitions”.

About Soiltech
Established in 2011, Soiltech is an innovative cleantech service provider specializing in the treatment, recycling and responsible handling of contaminated water and solid industrial waste streams. Soiltech’s purpose is to provide clean technologies for a greener future. Our technologies enable significant emission reductions and cost savings through waste reduction, waste recovery and reuse. To date, we have treated more than 400,000 m3 of contaminated water, leading to nearly 3,000 tons in reduced CO2 emissions.

Soiltech design, build, own and operates our treatment technologies, providing the services in close cooperation with the customer on their sites. We also offer biodegradable chemistry and solutions for treatment of contaminated water in aquaculture and other industries.

Soiltech is headquartered in Norway, and operates in Norway, UK, Netherlands and Abu Dhabi.

Soiltech is listed on Euronext NOTC in Norway under the ticker SOIL.