Expro, a UK offshore oilfield services firm has secured a contract with Maersk Oil for the provision of subsea and well test services on two offshore units in the North Sea.
The company did not reveal the financial details of the award, but said the contract was “substantial.”
According to Expro, this contract extends the “long-standing partnership” between the two companies until 2020, for well abandonment services on two rigs, for a 26 well campaign across the Janice, James, Affleck and Leadon North developments in the Central North Sea.
Expro has held a contract with Maersk Oil since January 2012 and was the primary supplier of well test and subsea landing string systems for the company in the UK; this included planning work for both the Janice and Leadon North abandonment campaigns.
The recent contract win also includes the option for two further, one-year extensions.