Trendsetter Engineering, an US-based oil and gas service company based in Texas, said it has been awarded a contract by global energy major ExxonMobil to to supply its innovative clamp subsea connectors and assortment of pressure caps and tooling for use in their gas-to-energy project in Guyana.
As per the deal, it will provide Esso Exploration and Production Guyana (ExxonMobil Guyana) with an order of TC11 connection systems.
The contract also includes supply of subsea valves, sourced from Advanced Technology Valve (ATV)
in Colico, Italy. The equipment is slated for delivery in mid-2023.
Tony Matson, Vice President of Trendsetter Engineering said: "We’re delighted to continue our long-standing relationship with ExxonMobil and expand it into the Guyana market."
Trendsetter, he stated, first introduced its subsea connector and TEX gasket technology to the industry in 2013. These include options from 2” through 20” nominal sizes, as well as multi-bore, 400°F and 20,000 psi capabilities.
"Gas-to-Energy is a truly transformational project for the country and people of Guyana and we’re proud to be a part of it," he added.-TradeArabia News Service