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WFS signs new partnership with AeonX

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Oilfield Technology,

WFS Technologies (WFS) has announced a new strategic oil and gas partnership which is set to support global growth for its Seatooth® products.

AeonX (Nigeria) has signed a partnership agreement with WFS to promote and deliver the full range of Seatooth products for asset integrity and flow assurance monitoring to existing and new clients in Nigeria.

As a result of the agreement, AeonX are now able to provide wireless asset integrity monitoring including real time insight into the condition of subsea infrastructure as well as pipeline temperature and pressure monitoring and structural fatigue monitoring.

Winifred Bassey, of AeonX, said: “A key aspect to achieving production optimisation and asset integrity objectives lies in availability of field data for which adequate instrumentation is key. We are proud to be in a technical partnership with WFS Technologies as we together unlock value with the Seatooth wireless tools within the Nigerian oil and gas industry.

Richard Adams, of WFS Technologies, said: “WFS is extremely pleased to announce the expansion of our distributor network. AeonX brings a unique set of skills and services to enable WFS to continue to grow, and we are looking forward to working with the AeonX team in Lagos to drive sales in the local and regional industry.

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