Sonatrach awards contracts worth $573m

Issue 239 - 21 Sep 2012 | 2 minute read
State energy company Sonatrach on 13 September announced that it had awarded four contracts totaling more than $573m to Schlumberger and Halliburton Entreprise de Services aux Puits (HESP) for logging, testing and other drilling operations in so far unspecified acreage. Schlumberger’s two contracts are worth $341m-plus and HESP’s orders were valued at $232m, Sonatrach said.

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