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Expro signs completion landing string contract in China

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READING, UK – Expro (LON:EXR), has been awarded a $4.5 (£2.9) million one year contract for the supply of 7 3/8 in completion landing string services in China.

Work will commence this month and as part of the contract, Expro will supply a 7 3/8 in 10,000 psi direct hydraulic (DH) completion landing string system and a set of topside and DH controls.

This will be the latest DH operation in China following previous successful campaigns on other horizontal tree developments.

“The opening of our new base in the Shekou industrial zone positions us perfectly to provide our customers in China with high quality service offshore and onshore,” said Graham Cheyne, Subsea sales director.

3/20/2013

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