A consortium led by Russia’s Gazprom has floated a tender for maintenance support services at its Badra oil field operations in Iraq.

Companies have been asked to submit bids for annual support services for the computerised maintenance management system (CMMS) by 10 August 2014.

The Russian group leads the Gazprom Neft Badra consortium with a 30 per cent stake in the development of the Badra field, which is located along Iraq’s eastern border with Iran.

Its partners are South Korea’s Kogas (22 per cent), Malaysia-based Petronas (15 per cent), Turkey’s TPAO (7.5 per cent) and the Iraqi Midlands Oil Company.