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Tendeka sand control contract extended by Lundin

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Tendeka, a provider of oil and gas completions, has been awarded an extension of its sand control framework agreement with Lundin Norway. Initially secured in 2013 for a four year period, the contract has been extended for two years, with the potential to extend for a further two years.

The scope of work covers the provision of sand control screens, zonal isolation and inflow control technologies for multiple assets within the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS).

The extension of this contract means continued deployments on Edvard Grieg but also provides opportunities in other fields operated by Lundin in Norway.

The Edvard Grieg field was discovered in 2007 with Lundin Norway’s first exploration well, and started production in 2015. The development plan includes ten oil producers and four water injectors with oil transported via the Grane pipeline and gas transported to St. Fergus (Scotland). License partners are OMV Norge and Wintershall Norge.

Gary Smart, CEO of Tendeka, said: “Norway is a key geography for Tendeka. Our technologies complement the variety of reservoirs to extend field life and increase production and the stability of the offshore market makes it a great place to work.”

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