Baker Energy Lands Apache Service Contract
Baker Energy has been awarded two multi-million dollar contracts from Apache Corporation to operate and maintain several of its oil and gas production properties in both the offshore and onshore Gulf of Mexico region. These agreements bring to 43 the total number of facilities that Baker operates for Apache in the Gulf.
Under the offshore agreement, Baker will provide more than 76 skilled operators and technical personnel to operate and maintain Apache facilities in the West Delta, Grand Isle, East Cameron, West Cameron and High Island areas of the Gulf. Work under this contract began April 1.
Under the onshore contract, Baker will provide more than 15 skilled operators and technical personnel to operate and maintain wells in four fields owned by Apache, including Mecom Ranch, Bayou Penchant, Bayou Pigeon, and Lake Decade. Work under this contract began May 15.
Including these new Apache properties, Baker is now operating more than 350 manned and unmanned facilities throughout the Gulf of Mexico region.
"We are pleased to have been selected by Apache to operate an expanded number of its facilities," Dick Giffhorn, president of Baker Energy, said. "Baker's operations and maintenance expertise and broad service lines, coupled with the relationship we have built with Apache, will serve both companies well over the long term."
Operates 3 Offshore Rigs
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