Statoil awards Atlas Services Group with a framework agreement

Monday, October 21, 2013
  • he five-year contract, which covers Statoils' operations in Norway but may also be utilised globally, will commence in January 2014.

Statoil has awarded Atlas Services Group (Atlas) with a framework agreement regarding the provision of drilling and well technology professionals. The five-year contract, which covers Statoils' operations in Norway but may also be utilised globally, will commence in January 2014.

Christian Christiansen, Director Atlas Norway, receives the granted contract with delight: "We are very content; this shows appreciation for our continuous efforts to enhance our offering whilst maintaining an unrivalled high standard of service provision." The current five-year contract has a possibility of being extended with another five years.

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