Expro has secured a $200m contract to deliver well testing and fluid sampling services for Statoil Petroleum in the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS).
The deal requires Expro to provide downhole tools, gauges, tubing, surface well testing, rig cooling and subsea services.
The contract, which will initially run for four years, has options to extend for a further six years.
Expro will also offer a range of fluid sampling services, including downhole samplers, surface sampling, and specialised analysis and metering services.
The services extend throughout the exploration, appraisal and development activity for Statoil’s mobile offshore drilling units and fixed platforms in the NCS.
Expro will deliver the contract using its new $10m base, which is scheduled to open in Tananger, Norway, mid-2015.
Expro chief operating officer Mike Jardon said: "We are absolutely delighted to continue our long-standing relationship with Statoil, a cornerstone operator in the NCS, providing long-term activity over the coming years.
"We look forward to strengthening our relationship with Statoil, whilst growing the business through our investment in new facilities, equipment and highly skilled employees."
Statoil subsidiary Statoil Petroleum explores, produces, and transports petroleum and petroleum-derived products primarily in Norway.
Image: Expro will deliver well testing and fluid sampling services, including downhole samplers and metering services, for Statoil Petroleum. Photo: courtesy of Expro.