M-I SWACO to Service Chevron's Rigs Offshore Angola


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Block 14 Angola, Belize
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Smith International announced that M-I SWACO has been awarded a substantial multi services contract inclusive of drilling and completion fluids, drilling waste management, filtration, wellbore clean up tools, vessel cleaning and related services by Cabinda Gulf Oil Company Limited, a subsidiary of Chevron. The six year agreement (with option for two additional years) that begins June 2010 is expected to result in approximately $800 million in revenues over the life of the contract.

This contract routinely services 6 to 10 drilling rigs offshore Cabinda, Angola in Blocks 0 (shallow water) and Block 14 (deepwater). It is one of the largest individual, multi service contracts throughout West Africa. The size, duration and scope of the contract will ensure M-I SWACO’s participation and presence in the Angolan market for years to come.

"This contract award affirms the excellent customer service and product performance that M-I SWACO continues to provide to customers," stated John Yearwood, President and CEO of Smith International, Inc.

Chris Rivers, President and CEO of M-I SWACO added, "The continuation of our relationship with Cabinda Gulf Oil Company is truly valued. This award demonstrates our leadership in providing best-in-class solutions in the highly technical and challenging offshore market of Angola."


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