Aberdeenshire-based oilfield service company ROMAR International has been awarded two contracts with a combined six figure value in South East Asia with two major oil and gas operators.
This is the first contract win for the company since recently expanding into the region with local representative, STEP Oiltools. ROMAR has employed a further six personnel in recent weeks to support the two operations.
ROMAR said its core business activities evolve around its innovative designs using magnetic separation expertise, experience and technologies to provide value-added solutions. The company has developed a range of products and services tailored to suit various demands and applications across the offshore oil and gas markets worldwide.
The first project will commence in July this year. The scope of work includes use of the ROMAR SS1000 Swarf Handling system and Swarf Flowhead for the abandonment of four wells. Following the initial contract, there is capacity for a contract extension for ROMAR to provide contingency cover for a longer term period.
Similarly, the second, based in Northern Australia, will involve ROMAR swarf handling systems being used to assist in well abandonment and slot recovery operations. The assignment will begin in early August and will last for a 30-day period.