Fugro wins three contracts from BHP Petroleum

Fugro wins three contracts from BHP Petroleum

Dutch offshore service provider Fugro has secured three contracts with BHP Petroleum for the deliverya range of specialist services to support exploration and production operations in Trinidad and Tobago and the Gulf of Mexico.

Under the contracts, Fugro will utilise its deepwater survey vessel Fugro Search to provide geophysical and geotechnical services to support the development of the Ruby field.

Fugro has also installed its custom-designed FCV 3000 ROV equipment onboard Transocean’s ultra-deepwater drillship, Deepwater Invictus, for subsea ROV support at drilling campaigns in Trinidad and Tobago, the US Gulf of Mexico, and Mexico.

“We are very pleased to have commenced operations at these significant deepwater developments in the Americas. Our specialised geophysical, geotechnical and drill support services enable Fugro to support the entire lifecycle of offshore oilfields like these,” said Ed Saade, Fugro’s USA President.

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