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Global oilfield service provider Archer and Saudi Arabian-based joint venture partner Rawabi Holding have been offering an extended range of oilfield solutions at ADIPEC 2013 this week

Rawabi Archer ADIPEC 2013Drilling and well services specialists Rawabi Archer will be located on Stand 2336 in Hall 2 of the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre during ADIPEC 2013. (Image source: Rawabi Archer Co. Ltd.)

The JV, registered as Rawabi Archer Co. Ltd., classes itself as an oilfield service provider that specialises in drilling and well services used in offshore and onshore drilling, as well as workover applications, and is located on Stand 2336 in Hall 2 of the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre.

Olivier Muller, Director of Rawabi Archer and President of Emerging Markets and Technologies at Archer, remarked, "Traditionally Rawabi Archer has provided equipment, tools and drill pipe rentals for drilling applications in oil and gas fields, and we are now extending our capabilities with new technology aimed at improving drilling efficiency and well integrity.

"Overall, Rawabi Archer provides customers with services and expertise aimed at helping them to deliver better wells."

Among the new offerings the JV has been promoting this week has been the X-it single-trip casing exit system – a multiramp whipstock geometry and fourth-generation mill; Archer’s class-leading Cflex multistage cementing system, which has been designed to improve cementing performance and annulus integrity; and the LOCK series, which consists of a range of V0-rated gas-tight plugs designed to offer absolute protection during well suspension operations.

Rawabi Holding, through its fully-owned subsidiaries, joint ventures and international partnerships, focuses on three core sectors, including oilfield services, contracting and industrial services, and retail.

Archer specialities lie in well integrity and intervention products and services, unconventionals and production drilling. The Oslo-listed company creates new wells, or equips those already in service, to produce oil and gas profitably and safely.