BP Retains Odfjell Drilling Platform Deal

Laxman Pai
Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Oil giant BP has extended Odfjell Drilling’s maintenance service contract on three North Sea platforms.

"BP has awarded Odfjell Drilling a contract for platform drilling and maintenance services on three of its platforms in the UK North Sea," said a press release from the  international drilling and well service company.

The contract period is for two years, with an additional two x one year options. The current contract will continue until end January 2019 followed by the commencement of the new contract. The firm contract period has an estimated value of up to USD 50 million.

Ole Fredrik Maier, EVP Platform Drilling said: “This award from BP to continue our long relationship recognizes Odfjell Drilling as a quality provider of platform drilling and maintenance services with a strong focus on safe and efficient operations. We welcome and appreciate this new contract award from BP and look forward to a further long and productive working relationship”.

Categories: Offshore Energy Drilling Well Operations Platform Contract

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