Houston, TX-Schlumberger Oilfield Services and Cal Dive International, Inc. (CDI) have recently signed an agreement covering the utilization of Schlumberger's Wireline & Testing, Dowell coiled tubing services and Dowell pumping services with CDI's dynamically positioned semi-submersible vessel Uncle John to provide the oil and gas industry with sub sea through-tubing well intervention capabilities at an attractive cost.
The semi-submersible MSV Uncle John is a non-drilling vessel that is mobilized under its own power and has a derrick to facilitate the sub sea operations. The workover derrick is rated for 150 metric tons of static load and is furnished with a heave compensation system and a Dreco top drive system. Schlumberger will outfit the vessel with a wide range of Wireline & Testing and Dowell equipment for sub sea intervention projects.
Houston-based CDI is a leading sub sea services contractor and operates the largest fleet of dynamically positioned diving support and sub sea construction vessels in the Gulf of Mexico.
Schlumberger Oilfield Services is the leading supplier of services and technology to the international petroleum industry. Schlumberger operates offices, service locations, and research and development facilities around the world.
For more, contact Brandon Broom, Cal Dive International, 13430 Northwest Freeway, Suite 350, Houston, TX 77040, or Dale Gaddis, Schlumberger Integrated Services 1819 Pinhook Road, Suite 250, Lafayette, LA 70508, (318) 237-5944, firstname.lastname@example.org.