Norway-based Applied Petroleum Technology has been awarded a global fram agreement by Wintershall Dea to supply geochemical analyses.
Applied Petroleum Technology (APT) has been awarded a global frame agreement by Wintershall Dea to supply geochemical analyses for the company’s E&P efforts around the world.
– We have supported Wintershall and Dea extensively in the past, including on the Norwegian continental shelf as well as onshore in Germany. This frame agreement allows us to support Wintershall Dea on all fields globally, which we are prepared for, says Helge Nyrønning, CEO of APT.
Under the agreement, Applied Petroleum Technology will provide geochemical analyses including consultancy services to deliver interpretation of drilling samples and other reservoir data.
– The analyses we perform are designed to support Wintershall Dea’s in-house geology teams that are either working to find new hydrocarbons or to maximise production from existing assets. Our job is to provide high quality geochemical data, and we will do so in a way that is tailored to Wintershall Dea’s specific requirements, says Geir Hansen, APT’s head of petroleum geochemistry.
Applied Petroleum Technology provides geochemical and biostratigraphic laboratory services, basin modelling and petroleum systems analysis to operators worldwide.