Baker Hughes carried out work to stimulate the inflow of two more wells in the Azeri-Chirag-Guneshli (ACG) block of fields in the Azerbaijani sector of the Caspian Sea. This was announced by Tommy Kassem, vice president for Russia and the Caspian region.
“Following the successful deployment of the stimulation vessel in 2018-2019, Baker Hughes recently completed stimulation work on two more wells in the Azeri-Chirag-Guneshli block. Our production group has been able to significantly improve the expected oil production rate by using a chemical solution, ”he said.
Speaking about the company’s work in the context of a pandemic, Kassem noted that the health and safety of the company’s employees in Azerbaijan and around the world remains its top priority.
“Baker Hughes continued to operate and provide services to its customers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Protecting the health and safety of our employees remains our priority, while minimizing interruptions to our clients’ work. This situation remains unstable and unpredictable, but from the very beginning of the pandemic, we have crisis management teams to protect our people and communities in which we work and to ensure business continuity, “Kassem quoted Trend.
He added that the company is constantly adapting its way of working in the face of this pandemic, such as moving to remote work wherever possible, using remote and virtual technologies, and adopting a rigorous approach to site readiness.