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Equinor taps Danos to support deepwater Gulf of Mexico project

Oilfield services provider Danos Inc. announced Jan. 7 it has secured a contract from Norwegian oil and gas producer Equinor for production operation support on its deepwater Gulf of Mexico project.

The project, which is located at the Mississippi Canyon block 941 at a depth of nearly 4,000 feet, began in late 2018 using the Titan SPAR platform, which Equinor wholly owns and operates.

Partnering in eight producing fields in the Gulf of Mexico with another two in development, Equinor is a net producer of around 100,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day in the Gulf of Mexico.

Danos was tapped by Equinor for coatings maintenance on its Titan platform earlier in the second half of 2018.