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Report following audit of the Jette project

On 15 February 2012, the PSA carried out an audit of the development of the Jette field. The audit did not uncover nonconformities in relation to the regulations.


Jette is an oil and gas discovery in the southern part of the North Sea, 180 kilometres west of Haugesund. The development includes two seabed facilities with pipeline systems connected to the Jotun field for processing and export. Jette is Det norske oljeselskap’s first independent field development on the Norwegian shelf.

The audit was carried out as a meeting with Jette’s project organisation in Trondheim. The activity is connected to the PSA’s main priority, external environment.

Objective
The audit emphasised, among other things, Det norske’s management of project deliveries, follow-up of suppliers and governing documentation related to seabed facilities and pipeline systems.

Verification of governing documents was also carried out.

Result
The PSA has the impression that the Jette project is managed and implemented according to established quality management principles. Follow-up of suppliers is based on an assessment of the criticality of the deliveries and experience with the selected supplier.

The audit did not uncover nonconformities in relation to the regulations.