AGR to Get $27 Mln for Drilling Services in Africa

Norway’s AGR Petroleum Services has signed a 160 million NOK ($27.6 mln) contract with Genel Energy to deliver well management services for Genel Energy’s North, West Africa offshore drilling campaign. 

Under the terms of the contract, AGR will provide full well management and related services, including drilling engineering and planning services, supply chain management and operations support for Genel Energy’s high impact 10 well drilling campaign.

The Noble Paul Romano deepwater, semi-submersible rig will be used to deliver a high impact drilling campaign over a 2 year period, starting in the last quarter of 2013. The rig, which is currently undergoing a special 5 year class survey in Valletta, Malta, has a rated water depth of up to 1,800 metres and a drilling depth of approximately 7,500 metres.

 

Offshore Energy Today Staff, May 22, 2013

 

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