Tendeka has secured a major frame agreement with Lundin Petroleum for the provision of lower completion products and services for use on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. The multi-million dollar contract is for an initial four-year period with a further two optional extensions, each of two years. Tendeka’s scope of work includes the provision of sand screens, inflow control devices, and zonal isolation products to be deployed on the Edvard Grieg field.
The field, which is in the Utsira High Area, was discovered in 2007, approximately 180km west of Stavanger. The field was recently granted a plan for development and operation and will produce stabilised oil and rich gas by 2015, with a forecast net production of 45,000 barrels of oil per day.
Tendeka VP for Europe, Former Soviet Union, and Sub-Saharan Africa, Derek Taylor, said: “We are delighted to have reached such a significant agreement with Lundin, which confirms that Tendeka is meeting operator requirements with a strong commercial and technical offering.
“This award is justification for tremendous efforts by our regional team in Norway, Tendeka AS, as well as our product development team in developing a full, qualified range of premium products, required in today’s demanding market.”