Oil field service firm TWMA has continued its streak of North Sea contract wins by sealing a new £5 million deal with Apache.
Aberdeen-headquartered TWMA will provide drill cuttings containment and handling services on Apache’s Beryl field over the next three years.
TWMA has supported Apache at Beryl since 2013.
Last month, it bought US-based Dynamic Oilfield Services for an eight-figure sum to help expand its North American footprint.
TWMA’s work on the new contract with Apache got under way in June and involves the use of drilling waste handling equipment that can be easily transported between the Beryl platforms and support vessels.
Drill cuttings will be separated into oil, water and solids for recycling and reuse at TWMA’s onshore processing facility in Peterhead.
TWMA chief commercial officer Gareth Innes said: “As the world’s drilling waste specialist, we are 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.”
Formed in 2000, TWMA employs more than 500 people and has a presence in Europe, the Americas, North Africa, West Africa and the Middle East.