USA: Expro Wins TCP Contracts in Gulf of Mexico
Leading international oilfield services company Expro is celebrating two significant contract wins with Murphy Exploration and Production and BP Americas Inc in the US offshore region.
The Murphy award is for a three-year campaign offshore Gulf of Mexico, while the BP win will see Expro working on a significant campaign in the same region.
Expro will provide tubing conveyed perforating (TCP) services and its drill stem testing (DST) packages for both projects.
Expro is one of the largest global providers of perforating services, providing slickline, e-line and tubing conveyed explosives services. It employs an operational workforce of highly trained and qualified DST and TCP personnel across the global bases. Expro personnel is backed up by perforation experts onshore. DST offers the fastest and safest method of evaluating the potential of a newly-discovered hydrocarbon-bearing formation.
Expro has been offering both services globally for more than 25 years.
Expro’s North America offshore vice president Geoff Magie, said: “These are significant wins for Expro as Murphy is a new customer for us and BP has never used our TCP services before. Murphy is pressing ahead with major development plans in the Gulf of Mexico and this award provides a platform for us to showcase our products and services and provide a quality service.”
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Posted on October 22, 2012, in AMERICAS, Completions, Gulf of Mexico, North America, Oil & Gas - offshore, Service, United States and tagged AMERICAS, contracts, energy, Expro, Gulf, gulf of mexico, in, Mexico, News, Of, Oil and Gas, Oilfield Services, TCP, United States, USA, wins. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on USA: Expro Wins TCP Contracts in Gulf of Mexico.