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Technip FMC's response

Author: Technip FMC, Published on: 23 January 2019

Total E&P Norge AS, the operator on the Martin Linge Project, contracted with TechnipFMC and Samsung Heavy Industries to provide engineering, procurement, fabrication, transportation, hook-up and commissioning of the topsides of a fixed production platform. At the time of the accident, in accordance with the parties’ contractual relationship, Samsung was responsible for the activities conducted at its yard, including the responsibility to ensure that activities were performed safely and legally.

 TechnipFMC is deeply saddened by this tragic accident and sympathizes with the families and colleagues of those who lost their lives or sustained any injuries or trauma. TechnipFMC trusts that Samsung and the Korean authorities will provide appropriate care and assistance to those affected.

 TechnipFMC is committed to fostering an incident-free environment worldwide and providing excellent safety performance to our clients, shareholders, suppliers, contractors, partners and employees.           

This is a response from the following companies: Technip FMC (formerly Technip)