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TWMA marks further success with West Africa project

Posted by Jenny Adams

03-May-2018

twma.co.uk


TWMA, provider of specialised drilling waste management services, is set to deliver drill cuttings management services to New Age Cameroon Offshore Petroleum (New Age) in a two well, offshore drilling project.

The work scope, which will be carried out offshore Cameroon, commences in May 2018 with 20 TWMA personnel involved in delivering the project. TWMA's proprietary solutions EfficientC® and TCC RotoMill® will be utilised with EfficientC deployed for bulk transfer and storage, and TCC RotoMill delivering at-source processing of drill cuttings. 

TWMA will support New Age in meeting its commitment to operate responsibly and was selected after demonstrating the benefits of TCC RotoMill over conventional skip to ship operations offshore. The TWMA-developed technology splits drill cuttings into oil, water and solids, recycling the recovered oil back into the drilling process and safely disposing of recovered water and solids in accordance with legislation.

Andrew Morris, tenders and proposals manager at TWMA said: “We are delighted to have been chosen to support New Age in their upcoming campaign. TWMA is committed to delivering efficient drilling waste management solutions on an international scale and it's always exciting when we can deliver drilling efficiencies, enhanced safety, and commercial benefits to a new client.

“This project comes on the back of a busy Q1 for TWMA and we are pleased that it underlines our strong operating reputation within the West African region. We are looking forward to developing our relationship with New Age.”



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