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GE $165m subsea technology for Chevron in West Africa

Thursday, November 1, 2012

GE has won a $165m contract to provide subsea technology for Chevron in West Africa.

It will be used on Chevron's "Lianzi" project, offshore between Angola and the Republic of the Congo.

GE will provide 7 trees, 9 subsea control modules, topside and subsea controls distribution equipment, and vertical connection systems. It will provide the engineering, procurement and construction of the project.

The first tree will be installed in the fourth quarter of 2013. Staff from GE's sites in Aberdeen, Nailsee (England) and Sandvika (Norway) will collaborate on project delivery.

'This contract win is not just an expansion of our relationship with Chevron. It represents our product competitiveness in the global marketplace, ongoing commitment to the region and continued demand for our state-of-the-art technology solutions," says Rod Christie, vice president of Subsea Systems with GE.



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