Tendeka, the provider of completions and reservoir monitoring products and services to the upstream oil and gas industry, has secured a major frame agreement with Statoil for the provision of sand screens and inflow control devices and services for use on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
The contract, with an undisclosed value, is for an initial three-year period with a further two optional extensions, each of two years. Tendeka's scope of work includes the provision of sand screens with associated inflow control technology and services, to be deployed on the Troll field.
The field, which contains approximately 40 percent of the natural gas on the Norwegian Continental Shelf and includes one of the Norway’s largest oil fields, produces 400,000 barrels a day from three platforms northwest of Bergen.
"We are delighted to have reached such a significant agreement with Statoil. We have positioned the company to enable us to effectively deliver on this type and size of contract, which was awarded because of our strong commercial and technical offering," said Tendeka CEO Gary Smart. "The announcement follows tremendous efforts by our regional team in Norway, Tendeka AS, and our sand control team in developing a full, qualified range of products, and associated manufacturing facility. We can now look forward to working on this prestigious project in the New Year."
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