Lamprell inks Eurasia rig construction deal
Dubai, October 22, 2010
UAE-based Lamprell said it has signed a deal with Eurasia Drilling Company (EDC), a major provider of onshore drilling services in Russia, for construction of a Le Tourneau designed super 116E jackup drilling rig in the Caspian Sea.
A leading provider of specialist engineering services to oil and gas and renewables industry, Lamprell said it is currently in talks to enter into a binding construction contract.
Lamprell, has played an increasingly prominent role in the development of the offshore industry in the Gulf for over 30 years in later years providing specialized services to the offshore oil and gas industry.
The company's primary facilities are in Port Khalid and the Hamriyah Free Zone in Sharjah and in Jebel Ali Free Zone in Dubai.
EDC is the largest provider of onshore drilling services in Russia, offering onshore integrated well construction services and workover services. In addition, it also provides offshore drilling services in the Caspian Sea.-TradeArabia News Service
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