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FMC Technologies Receives $90 Million Subsea Equipment Order for Statoil's Gullfaks Rimfaksdalen Project

FMC Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: FTI) announced today that it has received an order from Statoil (NYSE: STO) for subsea equipment for the Gullfaks Rimfaksdalen project. The order has an estimated value of $90 million in revenue.

FMC Technologies' scope of supply includes subsea trees, wellheads, a manifold, control systems integration and other associated equipment.

"FMC Technologies is pleased to provide Statoil with the subea equipment needed to develop the Gullfaks Rimfaksdalen project," said Tore Halvorsen, FMC Technologies' Senior Vice President, Subsea Technologies. "This is an additional call-off related to last year's award for the Gullfaks field and we are pleased to continue supporting this development."

 

To read the full press release, please visit the FMC Technologies website.

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