BHGE in 3-year subsea services extension with Equinor

Credit – Harald Pettersen – Statoil – Troll A

Baker Hughes, a GE company BHGE has secured a three-year extension to a subsea services frame agreement with Equinor for its operations on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.

BHGE said on Monday it would provide support for several installations including Troll, Snorre B and Tordis/Vigdis. According to the company, the deal marks more than 40-years of collaboration between the two companies.

Services support will be provided locally by BHGE’s Stavanger facility and its offices in Bergen.

To remind, Baker Hughes was recently one of the companies, including Schlumberger and Halliburton, which Equinor selected for what it said were  ‘biggest ever’ drilling and well service contracts, worth $3,67 billion in total.

 

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