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Senergy Wells secures fifteen global contract wins

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Senergy Wells, a Vysus Group company, has secured fifteen new contract wins in wells disciplines globally, stretching from Mexico, through Europe and Africa to southeast Asia. The contracts are worth more than £5 million to the company.

These include a range of projects with numerous customers, including Energean, Repsol, Shell, Chevron, TAQA and Harbour Energy UK.

To support the breadth of international projects secured – from Mexico, Gabon, Senegal and Guyana to Eastern Mediterranean, Europe and the UK – Senergy Wells has embarked upon a recruitment drive to bolster its expertise across services from exploration to decommissioning.

Commenting on the wins, Matt Rothnie, SVP Senergy Wells & ModuSpec, said: “We are naturally delighted to have secured such a wide range of contracts to deliver projects across the world for a range of customers from energy independents to super majors and NOCs. It’s also encouraging that the type of work covers the complete spectrum of the asset lifecycle from wildcat exploration and front end engineering, through field development, well construction and design, and ultimate decommissioning.

“This positive start to 2022 comes as we bring back the Senergy name. Vysus Group is extremely proud of its heritage and the legacy companies which give us our unique breadth of deep domain expertise. Our experience in the well engineering, operations and project management sector originated within Senergy – and this is a name still instantly recognisable by many in our industry as a service provider and trusted partner for well operators. It’s not just what we do but importantly how we do it, how we show up for our customers. That is why we’re bringing it back.

“The calibre of projects we are supporting this year is fantastic and testament to the proven technical delivery of our team. We look forward to continuing to help our global customer base deliver efficient operations throughout 2022 and beyond.”

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