Norwegian Navy frigate HNOMS HELGE INGSTAD (F313), displacement 5290, commissioned 2009, complement 120, armament missiles, torpedoes, guns, helicopter.
A collision between the frigate Helge Ingstad and the tanker TS Sola off the Sture terminal near Bergen in western Norway has led to the closure of the Vestprosess pipeline and Kollsnes gas processing plant.
The footage, which was posted on Twitter, shows the warship resting on its side in shallow water near the coastline where the vessel was beached to avoid sinking.
The KNM Helge Ingstad frigate, which was returning from NATO's Trident Juncture exercises, was evacuated after the collision with the Sola TS tanker, Norway's army said.
Eight people were injured in the crash and the warship's crew of 127 have been evacuated from the listing vessel.
The tanker, with 23 crew, suffered damage well above the waterline. The military said the ship, which had recently taken part in the vast North Atlantic Treaty Organisation drill Trident Juncture, is taking on water.
The shipping site Sysla said the tanker had been loaded with crude oil and was being towed out of the harbor when it somehow rammed the frigate.
The Norwegian military is investigating the incident.
Update: Frigate understood to sustain stb bow hull breach with massive water ingress, she's said to develop heavy bow tilt.
Production at a number of surrounding North Sea oil and gas facilities was temporarily stopped after the collision as a precautionary measure but has now resumed. There were fears it would sink as it took on water after the crash but it ran aground just off the shore near Bergen.
The ship had previously been part of an escort convoy which seized chemical weapons from Syria back in 2013.
The Norwegian frigate KNM Helge Ingstad, right, after a collision with the tanker Sola TS, in Oygarden, Norway, Thursday Nov. 8, 2018. "There is no control over the leak and the stern is heavily in the sea".