Expro awarded first large bore subsea contract in India
Tuesday, Nov 27, 2012
Leading international oilfield services company, Expro, today announced the award of its first major subsea completion landing string contract in India.
Expro has secured the multi-million dollar deepwater completion landing string contract in India for a three year term, with options to extend for another two years. The scope of work involves the supply of two complete 7 3/8” electro hydraulic (EH) completion landing string systems along with two sets of topside controls equipment for a deepwater subsea development program in India.
Graham Cheyne, Expro’s Subsea Sales Director said: “This is our first subsea completion contract in India’s deepwater east coast region and it represents a major breakthrough for Expro, expanding our presence in to this key emerging market. We look forward to building a strong and successful relationship in this region and demonstrating Expro’s innovative subsea technology.”
Expro’s India Country Manager, Hemant Shah, said: “This strategic move brings a significant opportunity for Expro; expanding our world-class presence in subsea technology and driving this forward our commitment to excellence in operators for our clients in the India region.”
Expro’s market-leading subsea safety systems provide efficient and reliable in-riser landing strings for well interventions and completions, in the deepwater regions of the world including; Africa, Gulf of Mexico and Brazil. With its superior technology and knowledge, demand is high for Expro’s global expertise in deepwater provinces.
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