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The ‘Esvagt Aurora’ put out fire at gas processing station
The ‘Esvagt Aurora’ tested its emergency response and equipment in acute situation after a fire broke out at the Melkøya Gas Processing Station outside Hammerfest. Both crew and equipment delivered a most professional and emphatic performance.
ESVAGT scouts new opportunities in the Barents Sea
An increased oil & gas production in the Arctic regions requires shipping companies with specialized competences. ESVAGT sees growth opportunities.
“The flat hierarchy makes us strong in intense situations”
One of the really great qualities of ESVAGT is the culture of cooperation that permeates every part of the shipping company. We have a flat structure and a hierarchy where the distance from the youngest person to the top manager is very short...
Successful docking of the 'Esvagt Aurora'
For the first time since its delivery from the Zamakone Ship Yard in Spain in 2012, the ’Esvagt Aurora’ returned to dry dock at the end of April for a special survey.
Successful first hook up for the ’Esvagt Aurora’ in the Goliat field
The ’Esvagt Aurora’ assisted in the transfer of the first oil produced in the Barents Sea.
ENI Safety Award 2016 awarded to ’Esvagt Aurora’
The rescue operation in the Barents Sea brings ESVAGT the safety award from ENI.
Good performance at the Port State Control
ESVAGT has been classified ’high performing’ after unannounced vessel inspections.
West Gamma 25 years on: Still Top of Mind
The successful rescue operation brought ESVAGT acclaim throughout the entire North Sea. It was one of the reasons why ESVAGT was awarded the Leith International Conference’s Offshore Safety Award i 1991, and to this day the operation is close to the heart of not just ESVAGT but to the branch in general and in Norway in particular.
Bravo Zulu, 'Esvagt Aurora'…!
Prompt action from ESVAGT’s stand by vessel ‘Esvagt Aurora’ saved a Scottish engineers’ live from the Barents Sea
“We’ve got you!”
Kaj Emanuel Kristensen was boatmaster on the Fast Rescue Boat that saved the 40-year-old man from the water. Valentin Markussen was ordinary ship's assistant on the boat and Ivan Nørskov was the experienced AB.
‘Esvagt Aurora’ on the Discovery Channel
The ESVAGT winter specialist is part of a series of theme programmes on extreme constructions on the Discovery Channel.