Houston (ots-PRNewswire) - FMC Energy Systems today announced that
Eni S.p.A., Agip Exploration and Production Division and FMC
Kongsberg International AG signed a 5 year global partnering
agreement for Subsea Production Systems.
According to Peter D. Kinnear, Vice President and General Manager
within FMC Energy Systems, "The partnering agreement formalizes FMC's
long historical relationship with Agip into the future. The agreement
demonstrates FMC's commitment to provide our customers with
state-of-the-art subsea technologies to bring offshore developments
on-line quickly and at the lowest possible cost."
The scope of supply for the partnering agreement covers subsea
trees, subsea controls, manifold, intervention systems, umbilicals
and all other related subsea technologies.
Over the years, Agip and FMC have worked close together on
numerous subsea projects including East Breaks - Gulf of Mexico,
Thelma - North Sea, Bouri - Mediterranean Sea, Djambala/Sounda -
Congo, Aquila - Adriatic Sea, HZ 32 - South China Sea, Luna 40 -
Adriatic Sea and HZ 26 - South China Sea.
FMC Corporation is one of the world's leading producers of
chemicals and machinery for industry and agriculture. The
Chicago-based company reported annual sales of $4.1 billion in 1999.
FMC employs 16,000 people at more than 100 manufacturing facilities
and mines in 25 countries. The company divides its businesses into
five major segments: Energy Systems, Food and Transportation Systems,
Agricultural Products, Specialty Chemicals, and Industry Chemicals.
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Contact: Janice Crawford of FMC Energy Systems, +1 281-591-4184
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