Fred. Olsen Energy ASA formed.
IPO on the Oslo Stock Exchange in October.
ROV (remotely operated vehicle) activities sold to Stolt Comex Seaways.
Conversion of semi-submersible rigs Bideford Dolphin and Borgland Dolphin at Harland & Wolff yard.
Wind farm business sold to A/S Borgå.
Drillship Navis Explorer 1 (renamed Belford Dolphin) delivered from the yard in Korea and subsequently purchased by FOE.
Purchase of Aker H-3 semi Bredford Dolphin.
Stake in the US exploration and production company Callon Petroleum Inc. sold.
H&W delivered two drillships to GlobalSantaFe.
H&W awarded a contract from The UK Ministry of Defence for the building of two ro-ro vessels.
Purchase of Aker H-3 accommodation unit Borgholm Dolphin.
FPSO division sold to Fred. Olsen Tankers Ltd.
Ivy Wood Properties sold.
Dolphin Well Services AS sold to PSL Energy Services Limited.
Support rig Borgila Dolphin sold.
Ocean Liberator purchased and renamed Blackford Dolphin.
Bredford Dolphin upgraded to comply with regulations for operating on the Norwegian Continental Shelf, and commenced operations in Norway.
Conversion and refurbishment of Blackford Dolphin completed.
Ultra deepwater drillship, Bolette Dolphin ordered at Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. Ltd
Harsh environment, ultra deepwater semi-submersible Bollsta Dolphin ordered at Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. Ltd.
Borgsten Dolphin upgraded and converted from drilling rig to tender support vessel.
The ultra deepwater drillship, Bolette Dolphin, delivered from Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd.
The contract for the harsh environment, ultra deepwater semi-submersible Bollsta Dolphin ordered at Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. Ltd., was cancelled
The semi-submersible Borgny Dolphin was sold for scrapping in 3Q 2016