Expro Bags ONGC Subsea Deal
Expro has been awarded a subsea contract in India worth $4 million.
The state-owned Oil & Natural Gas Corporation has awarded Expro a three-year subsea test tree contract for operation in offshore India.
The award includes mobilization of one set of subsea test tree equipment with accessories for 400 meters of water depth and one firm and one optional set of subsea test tree equipment with accessories for 300metres of water depth. Expro will also provide personnel for the operation.
Ed Anderson, Expro's Asia region director, said, "This is a significant win for Expro in India with stiff international competition. This win strengthens Expro's position in terms of market share and also demonstrates the confidence ONGC has in Expro for timely mobilization and service quality."
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