Expro secures multi-million pound well test and subsea contract with Maersk Oil UK

Monday, January 23, 2012
  • Leading international oilfield services company Expro has recently secured a multi-million pound contract win with global oil and gas company Maersk Oil.

The contract involves providing surface well testing, clean-up services and large bore subsea safety systems for Maersk Oil UK's contracted mobile offshore drilling unit(s) in the UK North Sea.

Running for the duration of three years with a possible two year extension, the contract has a value of £3.2 million.

UK business development manager Tim Horsfall said: 'Over the past few years, our team has built up a strong relationship with Maersk Oil and this contract award further cements this. More importantly it allows us to continue supporting Maersk Oil UK's North Sea operations.'

Expro's engineering expertise and flexibility to meet the specific needs of its customers allows it to offer integrated solutions to well flow challenges, at every stage of the well lifecycle.

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