Chemical Injection Module

The project

As a result of our extensive knowledge of high-spec alloys and capabilities in Engineering of structures, SubC Partner was awarded the full fabrication, assembly and testing contract of the Chemical Injection Module destined for the Johan Sverdrup development.

The module was designed and ordered by our customer Kanfa Group, a world-class leader within the development and design of process technologies for oil and gas applications.


The project involved the complete fabrication, assembly and testing of a two-deck structure with a protected environment. The module is built from a skeleton model and stiffened by the use of a container style corrugated outer wall. This optimizes weight while keeping weight at a minimum. All design of secondary and tertiary steel was done by SubC parallel to fabrication. This allowed them to utilize our different competencies in the best possible way.

SubC was chosen as a supplier for this project because of the requirement for multidiscipline fabrication. The project contains fabrication of Stainless steel (316L), Titanium and 6Mo all in accordance with Equinor's (formerly Statoil) Technical Requirements.


The Chemical Injection Module was built as a standalone HVAC protected unit to minimize OPEX during the expected lifespan. By utilizing HVAC, the work environment has also been increased significantly compared to standard open structure units.

By using our in-house facilities for Production, Testing, Commissioning and Installation, we ensure that the unit is fully compliant with all regulations and specification set out by our customers.

SubC is proud to have been chosen by Kanfa Group to deliver this unit and proud to be a part of the significant new build on the Norwegian continental shelf.


The Johan Sverdrup partnership consists of Equinor (formerly Statoil), Lundin Petroleum, Petoro, Aker BP and Total.

The oil field started production in October 2019, after several years of preparation. Read more about the oil field whose CO2 emissions per barrel are less than 4% of the world's average here