Weir Oil & Gas has announced that it has been awarded a four-year contract with Oman Oil Company Exploration & Production (OOCEP) to provide wellhead equipment and services.
The contract, which will be carried out by Weir Oil & Gas Oman, reflects a commitment to Oman’s in-country value strategy and includes training for Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) technicians to provide in-country repairs to mechanical rotating equipment in interior workshops located in Marmul, Saih Rawl and Fahud.
Weir Oil & Gas provides a range of pressure control technologies, including wellheads and engineered solutions tailored to organisations’ projects In the Eastern Hemisphere.
“Weir continues to develop a strong presence in the Middle East as an oil and gas industry solutions and services provider,” said Ronan Le Gloahec, Eastern Hemisphere president, Weir Oil & Gas. “We are thrilled OOCEP awarded this contract to us and look forward to providing them with pressure control engineering and local supply expertise over the next four years and beyond. With this contract we are expanding our presence in Oman, where we have been operating since 2013.”
Oman Oil Company Exploration & Production (OOCEP) is the upstream investment arm of Oman Oil Company (OOC) with a primary focus on upstream investment portfolio of operated and non-operated assets that comprehend OOC’s overarching energy strategy. OOCEP’s activities include the management of local and international investments in non-operated upstream assets, as well as a range of fully and partially controlled service, upstream and midstream businesses. OOCEP draws upon the nation’s significant experience in the oil and gas industry to achieve strong production outcomes and profits with a goal to become the leading exploration and production company in Oman. The company has stated that it is seeking to provide a platform for the professional development of Omani and international workforce.
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