GE, SapuraKencana in Asia Pacific Well Intervention Alliance

Photo: SapuraKencana Well Services (SKWS)

GE Oil & Gas and SapuraKencana Well Services have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) announcing an Asia Pacific wide agreement to deliver cost effective light well intervention services.

The alliance should enable oil and gas operators to bring wells into production, deliver life-of field intervention services, as well as to suspend and abandon these wells later in their life without the need for mobile drilling units, the company explained.

“The generally prohibitive cost of performing interventions on subsea wells has meant that the volume of hydrocarbons extracted from offshore fields with subsea wells is typically far lower than offshore fields with platform wells,” said Nick Dunn, Global Leader, Subsea Services & Offshore at GE Oil & Gas.

“By combining regionally-based assets with local infrastructure and support, this strategic alliance will bring a cost-effective Light Well Intervention solution to the market and create immediate value for the Asia Pacific operator community. This alliance is an excellent example of the changing market trend where trusting relationships result in added value and cost savings for operators across the globe,” Dunn added.

The MoU signifies the formalization of the business relationship between the companies, which is already in operation with an initial focus on the Australian waters province.

“We are very excited to be working with GE Oil & Gas on light well intervention projects in this key growth region where we both have a strong history and presence. Both parties are committed to a long-term relationship where we collaborate with operators in region to fully understand their challenges and provide appropriate enabling intervention solutions,” said Vivek Arora, Senior Vice President of Engineering & Construction of SapuraKencana Petroleum.

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