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Delivery of new emergency gensets to Oslo Universitetssykehus Ullevål.

We signed a contract in November 2016 for 4 pcs. emergency diesel gensets in 40 ft containers. Delivery 2017. 

The contract covers the delivery of:

- Genset 2275 kVA, 1820 kW Prime Power (complete assembled device of diesel engine, generator, radiator and generator switch)

- Starting batteries

- Cooling-/ventilation system

- Noise insulation

- Exhaust system with pipe

- Controlsystem

- Auxiliary system

- Fuel tank

- Complete fuel system for 4 tanksog 4 gensets

Project Manager: Allan Harming,

Technical Manager: Thomas Dalen,

Design/Documentation: Ingunn B. Løvåsdal,

Delivery to Jostedalen Kraftverk.

Delivery to Jostedalen Kraftverk.

In 2015 we signed a contract for deliverance of diesel generatorset for emergency for Jostedalen Kraftverk (Power Plant).

In July 2016, the generatorset was delivered with our Mitsubishi S12R-PTA, prime power 1275 kVA.

The generatorset is lifted into place in beautiful surroundings.


Delivery for control room on Land, "Martin Linge" platform .

In 2014 we signed a contract for deliverance of 1 pc. emergency generatorset with 1100kVA, and 1 pc. emergency generatorset with 440 kVA.

They were to use for the new control room on Land for the "Martin Linge" platform.

These were successfully commissioned in 2015/2016.

We also delivered an uninterruptible feedback from dual redundant supplies. In addition to running load tests against web.

From Total E&P Norways homepage:

"Powering the Martin Linge field from shore.

"The Martin Linge field in the North Sea will be supplied with power from the Norwegian onshore grid. Total E&P Norge chose to transmit high voltage AC power over a record breaking 163 kilometres. The benefits are great with regards to regularity, environment and working environment offshore

World record in AC transmission.

At Kollsnes in western Norway a new onshore facility is ready to supply the Martin Linge field with power. Power from the onshore grid, which is mainly hydro power, will be transformed from 300 kV to 100 kV and transmitted to the platform.

"We make this possible trough the worlds longest subsea high voltage AC cable. The 163 kilometre long cable is a technological breakthrough. Such power transmission requires security in the cable design and an onshore sub-station that can provide a stable power supply to the platform, and at the same time ensure no negative impact towards the overlaying onshore grid," explains Kollsnes Package Manager Tore Andre Orvik.

Reduced CO2 emissions.

The power regularity on the platform is expected to be above 98 percent. Other advantages with the power from shore solution are reduced maintenance on rotating equipment, less noise and less vibration on the platform.

"The onshore power supply will improve the working environment for our offshore employees. On the personal level it is also very motivating and meaningful to be part of a development that will reduce local CO2 emissions to a great extent compared to the use of gas turbines," says Orvik.

Calculations demonstrate reduced local CO2 emissions by 200.000 tonnes per year. The figure represents yearly emissions from 180.000 cars

In line with expectations.

Martin Linge will be the first Total operated offshore oil and gas field fully electrified from shore.

"Norwegian authorities expect all operators to evaluate the possibility to develop new oil and gas fields on the Norwegian Continental Shelf with power from shore. For us it turned out to be the best solution, and it is great to be part of a development which is in line with expectations and have so many extra benefits," Orvik concludes."


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About us:

MTEE-N design and manufacture gas and diesel gensets for marine and land based power generation, as well as engines for marine propulsion. Since 1985 we have delivered power everywhere – aboard ships, offshore, for industrial purpose, backup power and emergency power.

Tailor made. None of our customers are equal. Our experience shows that the best solution, concerning both quality and price, is obtained by listening carefully to the customers needs and demands. We offer complete solutions and customized products, from engineering through commissioning and service.

We are heavily equipped to help with servicing, technical support and parts, with our own workshop, service engineers and our extensive parts inventory in Norway, exactly when you need it.

Our own production. Home production has many advantages. As our customer you will experience that we can deliver quickly, solve most issues and a high level of quality assurance.

Solid. We understand how critically important it is that our products work at all times. They are supposed to work, not only when brand new, but over a long time and under hard conditions. MTEE-N supply Mitsubishi gas engines and Mitsubishi diesel engines from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd.