BP Awards SPS a New Pan-European Contract
SPS continues to experience a rise in demand for its specialist line of services.
Long-time SPS client BP has retained the company to provide a range of services for their Pan-European assets. These services include wellbore cleanup, pit cleaning and surface filtration. The contract award follows an extensive tendering process which reviewed all aspects of the SPS business. SPS were credited for their service quality.
The contract will last up to five years and once again underpins SPS position as the market leaders.
Notes to Editors:
With global operations and offices SPS International (SPS) offers a
single source for specialist, engineered wellbore cleanup solutions. This
combination of technical and operational experience in pre-completion systems
is unique within the oil & gas industry. In addition to technologically
advanced equipment, SPS also delivers management, measurement and monitoring
systems which compliment your own in-house capabilities. Our objective is to
enable you and your partners to plan the pre-completion phase more
effectively, using whichever of our services is most appropriate to your
specific requirements. The combination of technical and operational
experience in pre-completion wellbore cleanup, mechanical wellbore cleanup
systems, surface filtration systems, casing and pit cleaning technologies
(chemicals), environmental management systems (EMS(TM)) and powder handling
systems is unique to the industry, allows the operator the opportunity of
delegating the responsibility for the entire cleanup process to one supplier.
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