AF Gruppen right now
Demolition of the Bjølvo Power Station
The old power station in Ålvik in Hordaland has given a completely new meaning to the term “working at height”. This is the steepest demolition job in Northern Europe.
EPC in Oppland county
In 2014-2015 AF Gruppen implemented in total 130 energy saving measures in 14 of Oppland County Councils buildings.
The Janice project included Engineering Down and Cleaning (EDC) of the process equipment as well as demolition and recycling. Removal is performed with a combination of Piece Small and Reverse Installation methods while the FPU is afloat at the quayside, at all time keeping structural integrity and stability. All disposal is completed at AF Environmental Base Vats near Haugesund.
Remove and recycle Murchison
By using innovative methods, AF has removed one of the largest platforms in the North Sea.
The Skjeggestad Bridge
A quick clay slide caused the southbound lane of the Skjeggestad bridge to collapse on 2 February 2015. AF Decom was hired to handle demolition of the damaged bridge.
New Deichman Library
Furnishing and interior works.
- AF Gruppen takes strategic position in the UK offshore decommissioning market
AF Gruppen’s subsidiary AF Offshore Decom is joining forces with the leading offshore decommissioning players Heerema Marine Contractors and Decom Energy, to launch a new company: Fairfield Decom. Headquartered in Aberdeen, this new venture combines the knowledge of a highly experienced operator with the expertise and capabilities of the world’s leading offshore decommissioning contractors. Through this step, a unique late-life operations and decommissioning operator is created, providing an all-encompassing solution for offshore oil and gas assets, primary in the UK Continental Shelf.
- AF Gruppen expands its Board and adds new expertise
On 15 May, AF Gruppen ASA’s annual general meeting elected two new Board members: Kristina Alvendal and Kjetel Digre. At the same time, the Board was expanded and now comprises a total of 10 people.
- 34 per cent growth and healthy results in the first quarter of 2019
AF Gruppen (AFG) reports solid results for Q1 2019. Revenues increased by 34 per cent to NOK 5,214 million in the quarter, while earnings before tax increased by 16 per cent to NOK 226 million.