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GoM: FMC Technologies Wins Subsea Equipment Order

FMC Technologies, Inc. announced today that it has received a subsea equipment order from LLOG Exploration Company, LLC (LLOG Exploration) for the Who Dat field. The order has an estimated value of $30 million in revenue.

The project is located in the Gulf of Mexico Mississippi Canyon Block 503 in water depths of approximately 3200 feet (975 meters). FMC Technologies’ scope of supply includes subsea trees, a subsea manifold, multiphase meters and a subsea distribution system. The equipment is scheduled for delivery in 2013.

“FMC Technologies is pleased to have been chosen by LLOG Exploration to provide subsea systems for its continued development of the Who Dat field,” said Tore Halvorsen, FMC Technologies’ Senior Vice President, Subsea Technologies. “We welcome the opportunity to continue supporting LLOG Exploration with its Gulf of Mexico developments.”

Subsea World News – FMC Technologies Wins Subsea Equipment Order (USA).

Gulf of Mexico: FMC Technologies’ Subsea Equipment for LLOG’s Delta House Project

FMC Technologies, Inc. announced that it has received a subsea equipment order from LLOG Exploration Company, LLC (LLOG Exploration) for their Delta House project. The order has an estimated value of $114 million in revenue.

The project is located in the Gulf of Mexico Mississippi Canyon area in water depths of approximately 5000 feet (1524 meters). FMC Technologies’ scope of supply includes nine subsea trees, four subsea manifolds, five multiphase meters and associated topside control systems and subsea distribution systems. The equipment is scheduled for delivery in 2013.

“FMC Technologies is pleased to provide LLOG Exploration subsea systems for their recent Mississippi Canyon developments,” said Tore Halvorsen , FMC Technologies’ Senior Vice President, Subsea Technologies. “We welcome the opportunity to provide them with the subsea technology to meet their needs.”

“LLOG Exploration’s strategic alliance with FMC Technologies has been critical to LLOG Exploration’s success,” said Scott Gutterman , LLOG Exploration’s President and CEO.

Gutterman added, “We are pleased that FMC Technologies will provide the subsea equipment for this important project.”

Subsea World News – USA: FMC Technologies’ Subsea Equipment for LLOG’s Delta House Project.

USA: Caterpillar to Produce More Gas Fueled Equipment and Engines

Caterpillar Inc., the world’s leading manufacturer of construction and mining equipment, diesel and natural gas engines, industrial gas turbines and diesel-electric locomotives, announced at the inaugural Natural Gas for High Horsepower Applications (HHP) Summit on Sept. 27 its intentions to go ‘all-in’ on natural gas and produce even more natural gas-fueled equipment and engines for a variety of applications.

Joel Feucht, Caterpillar’s director of gas engine strategy for the energy and power systems businesses, made the announcement during his keynote address at HHP Summit 2012, a first-ofits-kind event that examined the economic and environmental benefits of using the clean-burning, domestically abundant natural gas in fuel-hungry high horsepower applications.

We have decided to go all-in on gas,” declared Feucht during his keynote address at HHP Summit on Sept. 27. “We are going to invest because we see a global market long term. Large engines are going gas. It’s not debatable; it’s our conclusion.”

Feucht’s remarks confirmed that Caterpillar will provide natural gas fuel as an option for engines across its many high horsepower lines for marine, rail, mining, earthmoving and drilling operations. The company recently announced its first expected liquefied natural gas (LNG)-powered will likely include Cat 793, 795 and 797 mining trucks, and locomotives produced by Electro-Motive Diesel (EMD), a unit of Caterpillar’s Progress Rail Services.

“There is huge economic incentive to move to natural gas,” Feucht stated noting that price of oil and gas are going to stay disconnected for the foreseeable future thereby creating an economic incentive to use natural gas in fuel-hungry high horsepower applications.

Current users of natural gas to power high horsepower equipment are realizing a cost savings of 30 to 50 percent. New technologies expanding access in North America have contributed to the low-cost of natural gas.

Caterpillar to Produce More Gas Fueled Equipment and Engines, USA LNG World News.

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