ABOUT COMPANY

There is only one company you need to know for all your business activities in Tunisia and neighboring countries.

We believe that business disciplines have different requirements, and in concentrating on what we excel  at, we achieve higher results.

INTERNATIONAL DRILLING SERVICES has assessed and found to meet the requirements of ISO 9001:2008 by AFAQ AFNOR INTERNATIONAL for the provision of services in the oil sector.

INTERNATIONAL DRILLING SERVICES can provide you with high level of expertise in all oil related disciplines, ensures that “HASSLE”to you is minimised, leaving you free to concentrate your efforts on your core business, with the assurance that your service requirements are being performed professionally, safely and economically.

Our experience encompasses -IN DEPTH- knowledge of the North African market mainly the oil and gas fields, with key business contacts.

INTERNATIONAL DRILLING SERVICES is a well known company among the hydrocarbon industry in Tunisia and has established a good relationship with most of the operating and service companies such as, AL THANI PETROLEUM EMIRATES, B.G TUNISIA, C.F.T.P., C.T.F, C.T.K.C.P, ECUMED, ENI TUNISIA B.V., G.W.D.C, KUFPEC, MARETAP, O.M.V., , PIONEER NATURAL RESOURCES, PERENCO, PETROFAC,SITEP, SODEPS, SOTRAPIL & TRAPSA, TPS etc, as well as with the Ministry of Industry & Energy, ETAP, A.N.P.E (Agency for Environment Protection), ANGED (Agency for Waste Management) and customs authority.
We extended our activities to enlarge environment protection and waste management. Since 2005 we are entitled by the Ministry of the Environment and Sustainable Development to collect, store, transport and treat any contaminated water, any sludge and any waste from drilling & production operations. (Copy of this authorization n° 11-2005 dated 10/11/05 is here enclosed).

NEWS

Green Light for North Sea Alligin Field

BP receives approval from the UK's Oil and Gas Authority to proceed with the Alligin development west of Shetland.

Saudi Arabia Has No Plans to Repeat 1973 Oil Crisis

Saudi Arabia has no intention of using its oil wealth as a political tool in the controversy over the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Oil Holds Below $70

Oil traded below $70 a barrel as supply concerns eased after American drilling rose to the highest since 2015.

Crude Oil Down for Second Straight Week

The WTI and Brent futures prices finished the day higher Friday but ended the week lower.

US Rig Count Reaches Highest Level in Two-and-a-Half Years

The US adds four rigs this week, making this week's count the highest since March 2015.

White House Backed Big Oil Over EPA on Finding Methane Leaks

White House officials pushed the EPA to maximize savings for the oil industry despite the agency's concern.

CP Rail CEO Sees Boom-Time Oil Loads as Pipe Pinch Roils Canada

Boom times are back for at least one company in Canada's oil heartland.

Ex-Schlumberger Chief to Acquire Biggest Shale Pipe Servicer

Sentinel plans to acquire Strike LLC and take the dominant US pipeline services company public.

$4B Thailand Refinery Contract Awarded

ThaiOil awards refinery expansion contract to consortium of Saipem, Petrofac and Samsung.

Freeport-McMoRan Hires Rowan Jackup for GOM Work

Freeport-McMoran has hired a Rowan jackup for a one-well contract in the US Gulf of Mexico.

Petrofac Sells 49 Percent of Mexico Operations

Petrofac completes the sale of 49% of its operations in Mexico to Perenco (Oil & Gas) International Limited.

Russia Is Said to Offer Exxon New Projects

Russia is said to offer ExxonMobil new projects as U.S. sanctions loom.

Onshore UK Portland Field Dubbed Commercially Viable

Horse Hill Developments, a UKOG subsidiary, considers the Portland oil field to be commercially viable, UKOG has revealed.

OGA Starts New Plan for 300MM Barrel North Sea Area

The OGA initiates a new area plan to maximize economic recovery from the Greater Buchan area of the North Sea, which it says is estimated to contain between 150 and 300 million barrels of oil equivalent.

Oil Set for Weekly Loss

Oil is poised for a second weekly drop after a larger than expected gain in American crude stockpiles eclipsed tensions between the United States and Saudi Arabia.

Oil Prices Continue Descent

The recent downward movement of crude oil futures continued Thursday.

Oil Traders Said to Mull Nigerian Proposal to Prolong Fuels Swap

At least five oil consortiums said they were considering a proposal from the state-run Nigeria National Petroleum Corp. to prolong a crude-for-fuels swap program.

Warburg Pincus Is Said to Mull $3B Navitas Sale

Buyout firm Warburg Pincus is considering a sale of natural gas pipeline and processing company Navitas Midstream Partners LLC, sources say.

Exxon Exploration Chief Eyes Africa for Next Elephant Oil Find

ExxonMobil is targeting western and southern Africa for the world's next big oil bonanza.

Earthstone Gains Midland Basin Assets for $950MM

Earthstone signs two deals to acquire assets in the northern Midland Basin for $950 million in cash and stock.