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Acquisition adds managed pressure drilling to Exceed portfolio

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Aberdeen-headquartered Exceed, a well management and performance improvement specialist, has acquired Lowestoft-based Managed Pressure Resources (MPR), adding managed pressure drilling engineering and supervisory services to the Exceed portfolio.

Currently representing operators, drilling contractors and service companies of varying size and capacity, MPR brings a team of individuals experienced in global managed pressure drilling operations.

The team provides small project support such as gap analysis of management systems / well control manuals for the inclusion of managed pressure drilling operations through to full managed pressure drilling project definition, tendering, contract award and execution. MPR actively develop the internal competence of clients’ teams in managed pressure drilling concepts, techniques and operational execution.

Ian Mills, Exceed Managing Director, commented: “The acquisition of MPR is an exciting new addition to Exceed’s range of services – and one which is entirely complementary to the well delivery process. The flexible basis on which our clients can access this expertise is already resulting in a very positive response.

“As a combined company we can accelerate the growth of MPR and enable the existing MPR management team to focus on project delivery, competence development and service quality.”

MPR’s Operations Manager James Parr added: “Our acquisition by Exceed provides MPR with the ability to grow, whilst maintaining the level of service we pride ourselves on. We are looking forward to integrating our services into Exceed and benefiting from their extensive international presence to support us in growing the business and client base.”

Exceed provides well engineering and project management services with its head office in Aberdeen, Scotland.  Exceed works for a wide range of operators in the oil and gas business in the UKCS and internationally, utilising the company’s multi-disciplinary team of professionals. 

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