Baker Hughes wins North Sea Mariner chemicals supply contract

Offshore staff

ABERDEEN, UK – Statoil has commissioned Baker Hughes to design and supply production chemicals and services to the Mariner field development east of the Shetland Islands under an eight-year contract.

The Mariner production, drilling, and quarters platform is due to enter service in 2017.

Baker Hughes’ contract includes extension options. 


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