Fred Olsen Energy in brief
A company with profound roots in the offshore industry since 1965.
Fred. Olsen Energy ASA was formed in 1997 as an amalgamation of all energy related activities affiliated to the Fred. Olsen companies.
The offshore fleet of Fred. Olsen Energy ASA with subsidiaries (the Group) consists of three ultra/deepwater units and five mid-water semi-submersible drilling rigs in addition to one tender support vessel and one accommodation unit. Three of the semi-submersible drilling rigs are operating on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
The ship yard Harland & Wolff, in Belfast, Northern Ireland, was purchased by Fred. Olsen & Co. in 1989. From being a larger scale ship yard during the 1900s, the yard is now focusing on ship repair, steel fabrication and engineering services as well as providing services for activities related to offshore wind farms.