Rig Manpower Total Contract for TEAM Energy

Press Release
Wednesday, September 12, 2012

TEAM Energy, an Acteon company, contracted for three years to provide Total with technical personnel for its drilling, fluids & well operations.

The new contract will maintain TEAM Energy’s global relationship with Total, build on the existing platform of operations and cover most of the regions where Total conducts drilling operations.

Total is an international integrated oil and gas company with operations in more than 130 countries on five continents.

TEAM Energy currently has consultants with Total in West and East Africa, the Middle East and Southeast Asia. In Nigeria, TEAM Energy is providing personnel in support of the Akpo and Usan deepwater drilling campaigns.

George Highmoor, TEAM Energy business manager – drilling and well construction, said, “Our contract with Total for the provision of drilling, fluids and well operations consultants demonstrates our continuing ability to supply drilling personnel globally in a very tight marketplace while offering a value-added service delivery model.”

TEAM Energy Resources Ltd, an Acteon company, is a leading international provider of manpower services to the subsea, inspection, construction, marine and drilling sectors. TEAM has a long-established reputation and attracts industry professionals – leaders in their fields.



 

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