Senergy Wins Double Contracts through Surrey

Senergy has been awarded international oil and gas contracts through its growing Surrey energy business hub. In particular, JKX Oil & Gas has renewed its contract with Senergy to support development of its Ukrainian assets for another year. 

These contracts come as the Surrey team take residence in new and larger premises, creating new jobs. 

The JKX contract involves Senergy undertaking further work for the production and exploration company in the Ukraine and demonstrates the strong relationship which has developed between the two companies since the mid 1990s. JKX is increasing its activity in the Poltava field, where productions levels are continuing to rise. Senergy will support the company and its subsidiary PPC as principal subsurface consultants. 

Senergy's Surrey team has been managing JKX's geology, geophysics, petrophysics and reservoir work, while the company's Aberdeen-based production technology team has been heavily involved in the design and operation of stimulation tests in reservoirs where production of hydrocarbons is technically challenging. Senergy is also helping JKX with the development of its asset in Russia in preparation for it to go into production in 2011. 

Another recent award to Senergy was by Po Valley Energy, an Australian independent oil and gas enterprise operating in Italy. Senergy consultants are providing petroleum engineering assistance to Po Valley Energy as part of their efforts to bring first production from the Castello and Sillaro fields in northern Italy. 

Andrew Sewell, manager of Senergy's Guildford office, said, "The new awards demonstrate the strong business growth at the Guilford office as well as the scope of Senergy's specialist services and the company's integrated capabilities. 

"These are exciting times in Guildford and the move into our new premises reflect this. At 5,500 sq ft, the new premises are 50% larger than our previous base and support our strategy for future growth. 

"We have recently made four new appointments at the Guilford office, bringing on board more expertise in petrophysics, geology and geophysics. It is also anticipated that further new employment will be created as the business continues to grow."