Equinor has signed three-year contracts with Tendeka AS and Baker Hughes Norge AS for offering sand display screen companies at a complete worth of round NOK one billion, together with choices for 5 two-year extensions.
The contract awards had been marked at Equinor’s head workplace at Forus on 26 June.
The sand display screen know-how relies on a steel filter stopping sand from getting into and damaging the wells. This key know-how is utilized by Drilling & Well for functions corresponding to securing manufacturing and increasing the lifetime of wells.
“These suppliers have been our service suppliers over time. They will likely be central in our effort of constructing wells extra worthwhile. We are trying ahead to persevering with our good cooperation for a few years forward,” says Peggy Krantz-Underland, Equinor’s chief procurement officer.
Tendeka AS has been awarded a contract for offering sand display screen companies to the Troll area, which has probably the most widespread use of such screens. Furthermore, they’ve already signed contracts for related companies to the 2 Cat J rigs which can be drilling for the Gullfaks and Oseberg fields.
Baker Hughes Norge AS has been awarded a contract for offering sand display screen companies to the opposite Equinor-operated fields on the Norwegian continental shelf.
Both suppliers can even provide valves stopping undesirable fluids from getting into the manufacturing stream, along with stopping sand from getting into the wells.
Headquartered in Westhill, close to Aberdeen, Scotland, Tendeka designs and manufactures higher and decrease completion techniques and manufacturing optimization applied sciences for the upstream oil and gasoline business.
The firm additionally offers zonal isolation, sand management, reservoir monitoring, wi-fi applied sciences, fracturing, influx management, and intervention options, in addition to reservoir monitoring software program.
(Source: Baker Hughes – Image: Tendeka)
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