Expro wins Statoil well control and subsea contracts that could be set to run for up to 9 years if all options are taken.
The global oil well services specialist’s Vice President for Europe & CIS, Neil Sims, said: “This agreement reaffirms the long-standing relationship between Expro and Statoil”
Expro Wins Statoil Work
The deal will see Expro supply Statoil with full range of well control and subsea services, including the company’s large bore landing string assemblies to Statoil’s assets right across the Norwegian continental shelf.
The Expro technology will be used on both Statoil operated Jackup and semisubmersible platforms during well interventions, work overs and completions.
The agreement is set to run for an initial period of three years, but includes three separate options, each extending the contract by a further two years.
All engineering and project management of the contract will be conducted at Expro’s new US$10 million operating base in Tananger, west of Stavanger.
Sims added: “This agreement reaffirms the long-standing relationship between Expro and Statoil, established through the provision of well testing and clean-up services over the last 8+ years.”
“We are proud to now be providing subsea landing strings and supporting services for Statoil’s key projects in the NCS.
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