TWMA, provider of specialised drilling waste management services, has secured a three-year contract worth £5 million with Apache North Sea, Limited for the provision of drill cuttings containment and handling services on the operator’s Beryl assets
TWMA has supported Apache on the project since 2013 and this contract award is the latest in a round of contract successes for the company.
The project commenced in June 2018 and requires drilling waste handling equipment that can be easily transported between the Beryl platforms and support vessels as and when dictated by drilling operations. Limited space on deck and lifting capacity for skip and ship confirmed bulk transfer as the safest and most effective way to transfer drill cuttings onshore.
Drill cuttings will be processed at TWMA’s onshore processing facility in Peterhead, UK, using its exclusive TCC RotoMill® technology which separates drill cuttings into its three constituent parts of oil, water and solids for recycling and reuse.
Gareth Innes, Chief Commercial Officer at TWMA said: “As the world’s drilling waste specialist, TWMA is committed to reducing environmental impact by delivering solutions which prioritise safety, cost optimisation and operational efficiency. With the ability to reengineer our technologies to meet specific requirements, TWMA continues to add value to our clients’ operations.
“We are delighted to have been selected once again by Apache to continue supporting its drilling operations. This outcome is testament to our ability to deliver the safest and most efficient drilling waste solutions and we look forward to building on our strong relationship into the future.”
Issued on behalf of TWMA by think. For further information contact Rachel Creegan on email@example.com or call +44(0)1224 623960
Notes to Editors:
TWMA is globally recognised for providing specialised drilling waste management services to the oil and gas industry both on and offshore. The company works in partnership with its customers to reduce expenditure and minimise liabilities through the safe and effective delivery of solutions designed to meet each individual project’s needs.
TWMA offers operators an efficient and value driven solution by bundling service requirements into one contract to provide operators with a one company, one responsibility, one managed solution for their drilling waste streams.
Formed in 2000, the company employs over 500 people and has office, processing, manufacturing and service bases in Europe, the Americas, North Africa, West Africa and the Middle East.