Maersk inks Altus for intervention

November 14, 2016

North Sea intervention firm Altus Intervention has won a fixed term, five-year contract to provide well intervention services for Maersk Oil UK.

Altus Intervention was awarded the contract for the provision of slickline services, coiled tubing services, well surveillance, ballistic and wireline tractor services to support Maersk Oil’s central North Sea operations and planned abandonment campaigns.

The contract win comes on the back of a recent announcement of resilient financial performance from Aluts, which was attributed to proactive changes introduced across the business early on in the downturn. 

Altus is a subsidiary of Qinterra, which employs 1230 people with global operations in Norway, Denmark, UK, West Africa Middle East, USA, and Malaysia.



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