Corac wins Tullow North Sea study

Corac Group plc, a group of innovative UK based engineering companies, active in energy and environmental technologies, is pleased to report that its subsidiary Corac Energy Technologies (CET) will commence a funded feasibility study on behalf of FTSE 100 global oil and gas explorer, Tullow Oil plc.

The project with Tullow Oil will focus on wellhead compression on a gas production platform in the Southern North Sea.

Phil Cartmell, Chief Executive of Corac Group commented: "We are delighted with this agreement with Tullow Oil. Our recent achievements in the field trial of Corac compressors downhole in Texas has given us a real boost in demonstrating to the key markets that our technologies are maturing quickly.

"For a major company like Tullow Oil to sign up at this stage in development further adds to our confidence in the near term prospects for Corac compression technologies."

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