Independent global completions service company Tendeka has signed a three-year contract with Mubadala Petroleum to supply sand-face completion equipment in Thailand.
The deal will see Tendeka supply its FloElite sand screens and FloSure Autonomous Inflow Control Devices (AICDs) to Mubadala Petroleum’s Jasmine, Manora and Nong Yao fields in the Gulf of Thailand. The contract also has the option of two one-year extensions.
Keith Parrott, Tendeka’s South-east Asia area manager said: “This contract ensures our presence in Thailand for the next three to five years and serves as a basis to grow further across the region and emphasises our commitment in providing technology to increase oil recovery rates for life of field.
“There is a significant challenge with early water breakthrough on oil producers. Our technology has the ability to choke back unwanted water from being produced to surface and is recognised for delivering marked production enhancement around the world.
“We have previously supplied and installed AICD completions for Mubadala Petroleum with great success and look forward to delivering impressive results with the team again on this project.”
Tendeka’s completion products can be seamlessly combined to provide customers with solutions tailored to specific requirements, for both conventional and unconventional wells. The company’s focus on ensuring an evenly distributed flow profile and enhanced oil recovery has resulted in the creation of a specialised range of inflow control solutions.
Tendeka’s FloElite Range is a premium mesh sand screen, designed with an innovative press-ï¬t assembly method constructed of a multi-layer design for support, drainage, ï¬ltration, convergence and protection. The Elite screen range has been speciï¬cally engineered to reduce costs while maintaining performance and strength and is rated for most ï¬eld applications.
Tendeka has installed more than 7,000 passive ICDs and more than 42,000 AICDs around the world. The field adjustable FloSure AICDs preferentially chokes unwanted produced fluids whilst promoting production of oil from the entire length of the well, leading to greater recovery, lower water cuts and less gas production.