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UK firm selected to provide BP’s well engineering services

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Aberdeen-based THREE60 Energy, which offers complete solutions to the energy industry, has been awarded a five-year contract to provide energy major BP with well engineering services around the world.

THREE60 Energy provides operational services relating to wells and subsurface, as well as engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning (EPCC) for the whole lifecycle of assets. In addition to its headquarters in Aberdeen, the company has offices in Bergen, Jakarta, Stavanger, Kuala Lumpur, Oslo, Brisbane, Taipei and Singapore. BP, which also owns the familiar Castrol lubricant and grease brand, has already taken advantage of THREE60 Energy’s services at operations in the Caribbean, USA, and the North Sea.

THREE60 Energy’s Group CEO, Walter Thain, said about his company’s relationship with BP:

“Above all else, we prioritise the value we bring our customers and partners through our integrated energy solutions. BP is a strategic partner across our global operations, particularly within our wells service line, and we are looking forward to further supporting across projects spanning subsurface and renewable scopes.”

He added that THREE60 Energy was seeking to build upon its relationships with prominent energy organisations like BP as it contributes to achieving a fair energy transition. He also said that acquiring Fraser Well Management has meant that the company is now one of just a couple of companies that can act as duty holder, well operator and pipeline operator in an outsourced capacity, enabling it to deliver its services over the complete lifecycle of both onshore and offshore wells.

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