Well intervention system set for first North Sea task

Offshore staff

ABERDEEN, UK – Expro has successfully commissioned its AX-S well intervention system during industry-witnessed trials offshore Norway.

A system onboard the Havila Phoenix vessel completed its final commissioning on a subsea well in the Onarheimsfjorden fjord last month.

All operations were conducted safely without any incidents, and all subsea packages were fully deployed twice in a complete stack-up. Thirty four tools runs were performed on the well using downhole equipment including callipers, production logging, CCL, gamma ray, deep set plug, crown plugs, and a wireline tractor.

Preparations are under way for a first commercial intervention job in the North Sea.


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