Entries by jorunn

New US contracts secured

Helifuel has secured new contracts in the US. The two contracts are for two different projects being handled in and from the US. Both projects were landed the same week, shortly ahead of the Offshore Technology Conference in Houston.   This is good news. We expect the OTC to be busy, but we will definitely […]

Product bulletin 18/02

Are you ready for the change? Announced changes to the  fuel filtration system on helicopter refuelling systems.   Why are we sharing this bulletin? The purpose of this bulletin is to inform current users and purchasers of filter monitor systems, to prepare their aviation refuelling systems for the global changes within the aviation fuelling industry. Filtration […]

Managing Director met with the Crown Prince of Norway

Helifuel’s Managing Director Jorunn Håvardsholm was honoured to meet his Royal Highness of Norway at a conference earlier this month. The Conference was one of Norway’s traditional annual gatherings hosted by the employer organization NHO. The conference saw business managers, politicians, journalists and other global key players gathered to discuss Norway’s position in a global […]

Three ISO standard certifications completed

Helifuel has just received the DNV certificate stating that Helifuel maintains a HSE management system in accordance with the newest ISO 45001:2018 standard. The ISO 45001:2018 is replacing the OHSAS 18001. Helifuel is certified to the ISO standards for Quality 9001, Environment 14001 and HSE 45001.   The ISO standards are the basis for the […]

Another US GOM contract secured

Helifuel AS has once again secured a major contract in the United States. Helifuel will supply the helicopter refueling system to the BP Mad Dog 2 project. This new contract is a welcome addition to other work Helifuel has secured recently. The increased orderbook allowed Helifuel to increase its workforce with a number of new […]

Helifuel system to the REV research and exploration vessel

Helifuel AS has secured a contract to deliver a helicopter refuelling system to the REV research vessel designed by Vard Ship Design. The research vessel will not only be the world’s most advanced, it will also be built according to passenger ship rules. With a crew of 30 and accommodating 60 researchers, emphasis is placed […]

Helifuel Service Bulletin 17/01

IATA SAP Special Interest Group have agreed that a transition is required to the global use of filtration/sensing technology that does not contain superabsorbent polymer (SAP) to remove low levels of free water from aviation fuel in filter monitors. It is the position of the Special Interest Group that filter monitors shall be phased out […]

New sales engineer joins Helifuel

Hans Olav Alfsvåg has joined Helifuel as a sales engineer and has already completed his first week in his new job. He has a background as an electrician and has worked a great deal with automation. He also has extensive experience from a range of companies in the maritime sector. “I have followed Helifuel for […]

The art of in-flight refuelling

Norway’s frigates safeguard the country’s territorial and economic interests under difficult conditions. The Royal Norwegian Navy has chosen Helifuel’s HIFR system for in-flight refuelling of helicopters from five ships.   Few ships can measure up to those serving the mission of the Royal Norwegian Navy. These ships patrol huge ocean areas in all weather conditions […]