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AGR set to execute Subsea Well Intervention for Northern Oil & Gas Australia (NOGA)

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AGR Australia has entered the final stages of planning for the Northern Oil & Gas Australia (NOGA) subsea well intervention in the Laminaria field, located in the Timor Sea, offshore Australia.

The project, which is due to be carried out in April/May this year using the Stena Clyde MODU, has been in the planning stages since last year. It is one of a number of subsea maintenance campaigns that AGR has managed for NOGA since its inception.

AGR has an unrivalled track record in well management, having drilled more than 50 wells in Australia and 530 globally.

Andy Perchard, Business Development Manager for AGR in APAC said: “We are delighted to continue our relationship with NOGA, with whom we have an excellent ongoing relationship. We’re also looking forward to working with Stena again, having used the Clyde for a number of exploration and abandonment campaigns in Australia in recent years. We at AGR Australia are confident that the Well Intervention will be a huge success.”

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