Expro secures well abandonment contract

Expro has been awarded a substantial contract by Maersk Oil for the provision of subsea and well test services on two offshore units in the North Sea.

The contract will extend 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.
In 2016, Expro launched a dedicated well abandonment product line focused on delivering fully integrated decommissioning service solutions.
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