Art exhibition: From analog to digital
Aker BP has set up an art exhibition in front of the Oil Museum in Stavanger. The exhibition shows the development of the Valhall field, from analogue to digital field. Artist Darryn Lee, who works at Valhall, is behind the exhibition.
The Valhall field was developed in 1980 and has produced more than a billion barrels of oil equivalent since it was put into operation in 1982. The field is under development, three platforms have been or will be removed. A new central platform will be built and installed. At the same time, an extensive process is underway to digitalise equipment and work processes. The Valhall field will be able to produce for another 40 years.
Paintings and drawings have been reproduced on steel plates and mounted on steel from the old Valhall quarter platform (QP), which was removed in 2020 and 2021.
See the pictures and hear the artist's explanation of the art here.
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