UK’s production company Tendeka said it secured a multi-million-pound contract to boost oil recovery in Middle East.
The agreement with an undisclosed national oil company in the region, will see the independent global completions service company provide reservoir modelling and the installation of its FloSure Autonomous Inflow Control Devices (AICDs) to boost production and improve reservoir performance in several mature fields.
Tendeka will perform reservoir simulations for each well, working closely with the client to ensure optimum reservoir performance, with the technology helping in the reduction of unwanted fluid production, the company said.
Having carried out several similar projects in the region, the Tendeka said it has vast experience of the challenges of brownfields and carbonate reservoir that form a large proportion of oil fields in the Middle East.
Scott Watters, chief operating officer at Tendeka, said: “This is a major contract for the business and one that continues a long and well-established relationship with the client. We’re renowned for our FloSure technology with a strong track record in supporting clients and driving efficiencies.
“Our FloSure technology and global supply chain capability has allowed us to bring real value to major Middle East projects. We are committed to the continuous development of this technology to tackle future challenges and smooth field development planning for the long term. It’s an area we aim to grow over the coming months and years.”
Tendeka said it has installed more than 7,000 passive inflow control devices and more than 28,000 autonomous ICDs globally.