Peterson has landed its first deal with Ithaca Energy UK.
The firm won the integrated logistics work for the firm’s Harrier field development, which is part of the Ithaca operated Greater Stella Area, located in the heart of the Central Graben area of the Central North Sea.
Harrier was discovered in 2003 by Maersk with exploration well 30/6-4. It contains gas condensate.
The Stella discovery well 30/6-2 was drilled by Shell in 1979. The well encountered gas condensate throughout a 25ft section of Paleocene Andrew sand. Oil was also observed in the underlying Ekofisk chalk reservoir.
Since the discovery well, seven subsequent reservoir penetrations having been made on Stella with various wells / sidetracks.
Chris Coull, regional director of Peterson, said: “We are looking forward to supporting Ithaca with the Harrier development. Our continuing focus and investment in technology and resource sharing is well aligned with the needs of independent operators, such as Ithaca, who are looking to the supply chain to provide efficient and innovative services to support them to deliver lower risk growth across their UK asset portfolio.”
The six-month contract will start in the second half the year.