Source Pravda.Ru

GFS Services Consolidate Venezuelan Position

Geoservices' Field Surveillance services have consolidated their position in Venezuela with the award of the country's largest Operations & Maintenance contract from SINCOR (Sincrudos de Oriente C.A). The contract concerns the Zuata Field and includes the supply and training of personnel, implementation of a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS), the creation of all documentation, manuals etc. This four-year contract follows the recent award of a two-year extension to an existing Operations & Maintenance contract with Shell in Lake Maracaibo.

Geoservices assists oil & gas companies worldwide to optimize their drilling and production activities through its four main business segments: mud logging, well testing, well intervention and field surveillance.

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