Sleipnir

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Sleipnir

Odin’s eight-legged gray horse. [Norse Myth.: Benét, 937]
See: Horse

Sleipnir

Odin’s eight-legged horse; symbolizes the wind that blows from eight points. [Norse Myth.: Benét, 937]
See: Wind
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We have learned some from Sleipner B, the closest you get to Oseberg H in the current portfolio, but there will still be some groundbreaking work.
Kufpec chief executive officer Shaikh Nawaf Saud Nasir Al-Sabah stated: "Kufpec continues to execute its strategy to grow in profitable projects in Norway, and this transaction builds on our 2016 acquisition of Greater Sleipner Area assets from Total, which included a 15 per cent interest in Gina Krog.
22"-thick blade with a stonewashed finish is made of Sleipner steel, the same steel used in commercial meat processing.
Building on the experience gained from its E-series transporters for moving large hydraulic excavators within surface mines, two years ago, Finnish company Sleipner launched a four-wheel transporter designed to handle dozers and blast-hole drills.
Sequa Petroleum also plans to fund the transaction with a combination of debt and equity as the Gina Krog project, which was sanctioned in 2013, is expected to start up in 2017, reported the publication, while the field's rich gas located 30 km to the northwest of Sleipner A, will be transported to Sleipner for processing and on to Gassled for export, with the condensate and NGL will be exported via Sleipner to Norway.
The properties included in the transaction are Hjorten 5, Sleipner 5, Sirius 16, Sirius 24 and Sirius 25.
Properties included in this transaction are Hjorten 5, Sleipner 5, Sirius 16, Sirius 24 and Sirius 25.
It features a curvaceous Ken Onion frame-lock design with an all-titanium handle and Bohler-Uddeholm Sleipner steel blade, which rolls out smooth on an IKBS ball bearing system.
The company offers a diverse line-up of products and services, ranging from Robi machinery attachments to Sleipner heavy-equipment transport systems.
The field will be developed with a fixed platform in a water depth of 116 meters and will be tied into the Sleipner facilities for gas export with oil being transported by tankers.
The Finnish company Sleipner has developed a system to move tracked excavators in open-pit mines efficiently and much more economically in comparison to the machine moving on tracks.
Sleipner offers a unique system of transporting tracked excavators in open-pit mines and quarries.