Expro consolidates position in fluids market with Iraq contracts

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Leading international well flow management company Expro has secured three further contract wins in Iraq. The trio of contract awards adds to the recent contract success with ENI.

Expro will undertake analysis of more than 100 PVT studies in a contract award with Gazprom in the Badra field situated close to the Iranian border. Gazprom is critical for Expro as it has positioned Expro in the central part of Iraq. It is also the first PVT contract for Expro with Gazprom.

Two further contract awards with large operators in the south of Iraq involve further PVT sampling studies and laboratory work.

Expro will utilise its Iraqi capabilities as well as its fluids analysis centre (FAC) and analytical data services (ADS) teams in the UK to conduct more than 200 PVT studies.

Expro made significant investment throughout 2010 and 2011 in preparation for activity in Iraq in 2012 and beyond.

Expro’s fluids product line director, Bill Smith, said: “A trio of recent contract wins with major operators has further strengthened Expro’s profile in the region and positions us as the preferred fluids choice in a highly lucrative and competitive marketplace. This is a solid start to 2012 as we look forward to further enhancing our profile in the region as the year progresses.”

Expro is an established leader in the field of well flow management, and throughout its service offers the expertise and experience borne of many years as an industry leader. Expro’s engineering expertise and flexibility to meet the specific needs of its customers allows it to offer integrated solutions to well flow management challenges, at every stage of the well lifecycle.

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