Welcome to Multilateral Solutions
Multilateral Solutions are an independent services and solutions provider.
The company was formed in 1998 and since then we have supported, advised and trained various Oil and Gas companies in all aspects of multilateral well design.
Our aim is to:
Provide unbiased technical experience and knowledge.
Educate and assist teams to take advantage of multilateral technology.
Reduce the learning curve for teams by bringing over a decade of experience and knowledge to the table.
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BP World wide
We have been contracted to BP since 2001. During the years we have advised, supported,
planned and constructed many multilateral wells of various TAML levels and completion
complexity. These have included projects not only in the UK sector but also Holland,
Norway, Algeria, Colorado and Baku.
We have been contracted to RWE in Hamburg since 2007 and we are currently supporting
the TAML L-
Currently contracted to Xcite Energy assisting with reviewing possible multilateral well designs and completion interfaces for the Bentley field.
Maurel & Prom
We have assisted CNR UK Since 2008 on an ad hock basis to review multilateral options
for various wells in their North Sea portfolio. We have also participated in an in
depth review of multilateral technologies for their Gabon operation for possible
In 2007 we supported and advised BG Tunisia on multilateral options for their Hasdrubal project which was to include intelligent completion systems.
During 2003 we were contracted to ChevronTexaco. We supported and advised them on
multilateral system options and engineered a TAML L-
We were instrumental in planning, designing and installing several multilateral wells on the North Sea Dunbar platform between 1988 and 2001 and again in 2007.
In 2010 we assisted Petro SA investigate concepts for the development of a tight gas field, offshore South Africa.
2011/2012 supporting and assisting Husky Energy in St John’s Newfoundland prepare for a multilateral well within the White Rose project.
Are Multilaterals a new idea?
No, not at all