COSL Installs AMOS Software

Monday, January 30, 2012

China Oilfield Services Limited (COSL) has agreed a deal to implement the fleet management software AMOS  from SpecTec Asia Pacific East Ltd across three units of its fleet. The two parties have signed a contract which includes the supply of AMOS software suite, databases and associated consultancy services. AMOS is going to be installed onboard a 3000 meter semi-submersible drilling platform (COSL 981), delivered in 2011,  as well as onboard two jack-up drilling rigs (HYSY936 and HYSY942).   COSL is the leading integrated oilfield services provider in the offshore China market. Its services cover each phase of offshore oil and gas exploration, development and production. Its four core business segments are geophysical services, drilling services, well services, marine support and transportation services. It possesses the largest fleet of offshore oilfield services facilities in China. To date, COSL operated 31 drilling rigs of which 27 are jack-up drilling rigs and 4 are semi-submersible drilling rigs, 2 accommodation rigs, 4 module rigs and 6 land drilling rigs. In addition, COSL also owns and operates the largest and most diverse fleets in offshore China, including 75 working vessels and 3 oil tankers, 5 chemical carriers, 9 seismic vessels, 4 surveying vessels and a vast array of modern facilities and equipment for logging, drilling fluids, directional drilling, cementing and well work-over services. With these additional 3 rigs, the total AMOS installations at COSL will reach the number of 11. This order further confirms the fast growth of AMOS in the Oil&Gas world. 

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