Energy services company Proserv has secured three contracts to carry out decommissioning works in the Norwegian North Sea.
Under the contracts totalling more than $2.5m, the company will provide abrasive cutting, diamond wire cutting, grout removal and dredging services.
Cutting services will be provided by the company’s Stavanger facility as part of a full severance package covering subsea and topside works.
Proserv claims that its cutting technology solutions can save time in well severance and plugging.
Proserv Norway region president Henrik Johnson said: “To date, we have cut over 300 wells globally in a variety of challenging conditions and environments, so our track record and the reliability of our equipment was a key factor in securing these awards.
“Another major attraction is the fact we can offer a wide range of integrated services all under one roof helping to cut costs, reduce complex supply chains and better manage risk through using a single source provider.”
The new contract awards follow the $8m in decommissioning projects recently completed by the company in Asia-Pacific, the UK, and Gulf of Mexico.
Proserv plans to invest more than $2m to develop two new muti-string cutting (MSC) systems for well severance campaigns.
The company operates worldwide through 22 operating centres located across 12 countries and focuses on providing drilling, production and decommissioning services.
Image: Proserv will provide abrasive cutting, diamond wire cutting, grout removal and dredging services. Photo: © Proserv.