Midwesco increases field maintenance activities in Oman
Mideast Integrated Drilling & Well Services Company (Midwesco) in Oman is providing workover, wireline and non-corrosive pumping services for Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) and has provided coiled tubing services for Japex Oman, as well as workover and wireline services for Gulfstream Resources Oman, recently acquired by Anadarko Petroleum Corporation.
The joint venture company has been supplying solutions for all well services, providing workover technology services for both vertical and horizontal wells with six workover rigs, seven wireline units, two non-corrosive pumping units, one coiled tubing unit.
According to Midwesco's General Manager, Boris Lazar, services are managed from the company's interior bases in Fahud and SaihRawl, as well as the company's base in Muscat.
To ensure optimum solutions local departments exist for health, safety, environmental protection and quality, as well as maintenance and logistics. More than five hundred workers are involved in the Omani projects with the majority of workers being Omani nationals.
Midwesco is a field maintenance services joint venture between Crosco Integrated Drilling & Well Services and Riyam Engineering for Petroleum Development Oman. Crosco is a Croatian integrated onshore and offshore drilling and well services contractor.
The company has a fleet of 51 modern drilling, workover, and geoservice rigs as well as one semisubmersible and one jackup. — (menareport.com)
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