Scana company to supply marine risers to drilling operations in West Africa

Scana-owned PSW Technology has signed an important agreement with an unnamed rig company for the delivery of marine risers to operations in West Africa.

Oddbjørn Haukøy, Chief Commercial Officer in Scana ASA

This is a sizeable (1) contract for the company. The agreement involves rental of a complete riser package for a period of up to 12 months. The risers will be used in its upcoming operations in West Africa. PSW’s work starts immediately and includes the company’s core services of logistics, recertification, preparation, and maintenance of the equipment after use. Equipment and services will be delivered from PSW’s modern facilities at Mongstad.

“The agreement demonstrates PSW’s unique expertise and services related to well control and drilling equipment for the rig market. PSW has been a supplier to this customer since the rig came into operation in Norway, and we are proud and happy to be chosen in this project as well,” says Oddbjørn Haukøy, Chief Commercial Officer in Scana ASA.

“We see that the rig market is constantly improving nationally and internationally, and PSW Technology is well positioned to handle the growth that is now coming,” Haukøy elaborates.

PSW Technology is currently a major player in recertification of risers and well-control equipment in Norway. The company is located at Mongstad, with approx. 150,000 square meters of facilities for efficient and safe inspections, maintenance, and modifications of subsea and drilling equipment for national and international energy companies.

(1) A sizeable contract for Scana is defined to be between NOK 10 million and NOK 50 million. A substantial contract is over NOK 50 million.

For more information, please contact:

Styrk Bekkenes
CEO, Scana ASA
T: +47 404 03 520

Oddbjørn Haukøy
CCO, Scana ASA
T: +47 911 71 914

Photo text: With our powerful CNC machine, we have improved our efficiency considerably and reduced the delivery time for our clients. Photo by: Trude Brun Wilhelmsen

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