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SAR AS secures contract for Kuwait Oil Company

SAR AS, the Norwegian based oil waste management company, has been awarded a contract by the Kuwait Oil Company (KOC). The scope of the contract includes the building of a facility in Kuwait to treat oil based mud (OBM) drill cuttings generated by the KOC drilling operations in Kuwait. The term of the contract is 5 year plus 1 year option for extension.

After several years of focused and intense efforts, SAR is very satisfied to finally secure a contract within one of  its core line of oil waste management services and business areas. This is the first contract that SAR secures of this scope in Kuwait and SAR is extremely satisfied to be entrusted with the execution of this important work for KOC as well as the environment.

The contract is due to start later this year immediately after the establishment by SAR of a full drill cuttings treatment facility in Kuwait to execute the contract.

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