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MOL Norge Selects AGR for Well and Drilling Engineering


AGR has been awarded a Frame Agreement with the Hungarian Operator MOL.

The agreement covers the supply of technical support within drilling and well engineering to the Operator's Norwegian arm.

The award adds to the ongoing collaboration the two companies have been enjoying in the recent years. AGR already delivers engineering consultancy within reservoir and reservoir geology, G&G and subsurface technology.

The Scope will be carried out by AGR's Well Management and Consultancy divisions further strengthening the company's market position as technical partner for integrated services covering the exploration and production of hydrocarbons.

“We are pleased to have been selected by MOL to deliver well and drilling engineering expertise to the Operator's organisation. We are working towards a long and strategic relationship between our two companies,” says Thomas Veseth Saue, Regional Manager of AGR Consultancy. “We look forward to assisting MOL in achieving the company's goals.”

Combining expertise from the Well and Consultancy divisions, AGR has access to a pool of more than 9,000 consultants globally allowing us to deliver high calibre technical expertise for all types of projects.



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