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Eni receives consent for manned underwater operations

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Eni Norge AS has received consent from the Petroleum Safety Authority Norway to perform manned underwater operations in connection with repairs and improvements at Goliat.

Goliat is an oilfield in the Barents Sea, located approximately 50 km southeast of the Snøhvit gas field. The Goliat field has been developed using a floating production unit.

Planned startup is June 2017. The activities will last at least 21 days.

The underwater operations will be performed by Eni's contractor Deep Ocean AS and their subcontractor SubseaPartner AS.

Diving will take place from the surface down to a maximum depth of 25 m.

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