Blue Logic has been awarded a Frame Agreement by Equinor for “Delivery of subsea docking stations, subsea equipment and services”
This is a big achievement and milestone for Blue Logic, and we look forward to a close and good relationship with Equinor says managing director Stig Magnar Lura
Equinor has been an important customer and partner for Blue Logic in the process of developing the Universal Subsea Docking and Charging Station as well as in many other development projects throughout the company's 11year history.
Picture: Open standard underwater charging station / Docking station for subsea drones With Mud Mat
We feel that this award and milestone is a recognition of our work and effort through many years of cooperation. Equinor has always been a frontrunner and willing to put new technology and products into use, says Pål Angell Bergh, Market and Marketing Manager at Blue Logic AS. We feel that the Blue Logic open interface philosophy and strategy of standardising subsea interfaces and products are well received and recognised by Equinor.
This frame Agreement will contribute to an effective execution of our proposals and projects going forward, delivering cost efficient and environmentally friendly products and solutions.
Sandnes December 21st, 2021
Pål Angell Bergh
Blue Logic AS
Blue Logic is an innovative subsea technology and product company that develops, market and sell mechanical, hydraulic, electrical and electronic products to the subsea industry, as well as offering related services and special projects to the same market.
The vision of Blue Logic is "One Subsea World", which means realizing the full potential of the subsea space (ocean space) through harmonized requirements and standard connection points.
Pål Angell Bergh, Market & Marketing Manager email@example.com
, Tel. +47 915 51 515
Stig Magnar Lura, Managing Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
, Tel. +47 901 82 679
Picture 1: Valve Stab Connector System
Picture 2: Open standard underwater charging station / Docking station for subsea drones Johan Sverdrup
Picture 4: Light Weight Subsea Torque Tool for ROV, Divers and Subsea Intervention Drones
Picture 5 and 6: Auto Release Connection System for Well Stimulation and pumping applications