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Tendeka wins Middle Eastern contract to supply inflow control devices


Published Jan 8, 2014
Derren Simpson - Tendeka

Tendeka has secured a three-year contract for the supply of down-hole inflow control devices (ICDs) in the Middle East. The company has a proven track record for the provision of completions and reservoir monitoring products, systems and services to the upstream oil and gas industry. This contract is Tendeka’s largest to date for the installation of their proprietary ICD technology in the Middle East.

The award, which was made by a major operator in the Middle East and North Africa, will see Tendeka install approximately 30 ICDs in 12 wells. The initial contract is for three years with a further optional one-year extension.

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