Norway's AGR Launch Australian Subsea Division

Press Release
Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Global oil & gas service provider AGR has boosted its Australian business with the launch of a new division within the region.

AGR’s new Subsea Project Management division enhances the company’s current service portfolio, which already includes well management, reservoir management and consultancy services.

With the appointment of David Grant as the Senior Subsea Manager of the newly established business area, AGR broadens its Facilities Solutions  division from its current presence in Norway also to include the Asia Pacific region. The regional team will offer subsea engineering services and provide optimum field development solutions.

EVP of Asia Pacific, Bruce Roebuck, comments: “As one of the world’s largest independent well management companies, our team constantly delivers services that enable our clients to achieve increased operational performance, enhanced operability and cost savings.

“We have ambitious growth plans for the Asia Pacific market and will continue to develop new business opportunities to meet market demand.

About AGR
The company delivers well, reservoir and field management services to the upstream oil and gas industry. It operates in all regional main oil hubs around the world. Since 2000, AGR has drilled more than 470 wells in some of the most challenging offshore environments.

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