TWMA to manage Total’s drilling waste in UK

French oil company Total has hired TWMA for the provision o drilling waste management services in the UK Continental Shelf.

Tony Branch, the chief executive officer at TWMA said “We are proud of our long established relationship with Total which spans more than 14 years. It’s extremely encouraging to have been chosen to once again work alongside the team at Total to support its North Sea operations, which is a testament to the exceptional service quality we continue to deliver.

“Total’s continued investment in complex developments drives the need for a proven technical solution to safely and efficiently manage drill cuttings generated from its drilling operations.”

The drilling waste management company did not reveal the financial details of the deal.

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Posted on January 10, 2018 with tags , .

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