Oilfield services company Expro announced Thursday that it has secured a new subsea framework agreement with Statoil AS in the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
The agreement, which will last for three years with options to extend for three more two-year periods, will see Expro provide subsea services and well control systems for completion, workover and intervention projects from both semi-submersibles and jack-up rigs.
Neil Sims, Expro’s Europe CIS vice president, said in a company statement:
“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.
“Expro are well positioned to support Statoil in Norway with recent investments in a new base and technology – including our $10m facility in Tananger.”
Last year, Expro secured contracts with Statoil in Canada and Norway for the provision of surface well testing, subsea safety systems, drill stem testing tools, tubing conveyed perforation, downhole sampling and on-site chemistry services.
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