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FMC Technologies has received a contract worth $90m from Statoil for subsea equipment for the Gullfaks Rimfaksdalen project in the Norwegian North Sea.

As part of the order, FMC Technologies will supply subsea trees, wellheads, a manifold, control systems integration and other associated equipment.

FMC Subsea Technologies senior vice president, Tore Halvorsen, said the company will provide Statoil with the subea equipment needed to develop the Gullfaks Rimfaksdalen project.

"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," Halvorsen added.

The Gullfaks Rimfaksdalen project comprises of the Rutil and Opal subsea tie-back gas fields to Gullfaks.

In December 2012, FMC signed an agreement with Statoil for the supply of additional subsea equipment for the Snorre field.

"FMC Technologies has received a contract worth $90m from Statoil for subsea equipment."

Under the terms of the agreement of the order, which is worth $33m, FMC Technologies agreed to provide ten production risers and tieback connectors.

The subsea equipment is scheduled for delivery in 2015.

The company, which operates 30 production facilities in 16 countries, designs, manufactures and services systems and products for the oil and gas industry.


Image: FMC’s supply will consist of subsea trees, wellheads, a manifold, control systems integration and other associated equipment. Photo courtesy of FMC Technologies.

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