Expro’s New Subsea Contract with Petrobras

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

International oilfield service company Expro announced its Latin America Connectors & Measurements team has been awarded a new master service agreement (MSA) from Petrobrás for subsea electrical systems. As part of the contract, over three years, Expro will provide on-site field support for Petrobrás using its Tronic connectors for medium and high-powered subsea systems.
“This new master service agreement with Petrobrás is a great milestone for Expro Latin America that strengthens the 15-year relationship the two companies have had in Brazil,” said Marcelo Machado, Expro do Brasil Connectors & Measurements area manager. “The MSA with Petrobrás represents an incredible amount of work from the entire Expro team in Brazil and demonstrates our commitment to the region and our subsea expertise.”

The MSA will run until June 2013 and will cover Brazil. Expro’s subsea connection systems provide the ultimate in reliability for communications in deepwater developments. The Tronic product name is recognised throughout the global oil and gas industry as leading in the design, manufacturing and installation of reliable subsea mateable electrical and optical connection systems.



 

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