Norwegian subsea services provider Reach Subsea has been awarded a frame agreement for the provision of inspection, maintenance and repair (IMR) services to Statoil. The frame agreement has a duration of five years and starts in 2019, Reach Subsea said on Friday.Commercial terms under the agreement are confidential between the parties. However, the frame agreement is call-off based, which means that Statoil can award contracts for IMR services in the North Sea on an as needed basis, the company explained.Reach Subsea CEO, Jostein Alendal, said: “We are proud to be awarded the IMR Frame Agreement with Statoil, which is of significant strategic importance and improves visibility for our service offerings for the next five years.”Statoil also recently awarded a five-year contract to Subsea 7 for the provision of subsea inspection, repair and maintenance services on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. The contract involves the provision of a life of field support vessel Seven Viking for five years.The services includes onshore project planning and offshore operational execution.
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The BC government is getting high marks from the oil and gas industry, following tweaks, to its royalty program, to spur deep drilling.The Calgary Herald is quoting Alan Boras of EnCana, as saying, the change encourages development of trickier and technically challenging natural gas deposits, like those in the Horn River Basin. Meantime, the Herald also quotes Chris Seasons of Devon Canada, as crediting the Campbell government, with crafting one of the most industry-friendly jurisdictions in the country. The program changes announced this week by Energy Minister Blair Lekstrom, specifically target deep horizontal wells, of more than 25 hundred meters…and, deep vertical wells of more than 23 hundred meters. Oil and gas overtook forestry as the leading contributor to BC government revenues at the start of this decade and, sales of oil and gas rights rose, to a record high in 2008, of 2 point 6 billion dollars.- Advertisement –