T-3 Gets Tapped for 2 Subsea BOPs Offshore Brazil

T-3 Energy Services has received a purchase order for two 18 3/4" - 10,000 psi T-3 Model 6012 Diamond Series(r) Double Ram Subsea Blowout Preventers (BOPs). These subsea pressure control products will be fitted with standard operators for normal well control operations with the exception of the upper ram cavity which will be fitted with larger bore shear operators. These larger bore products close and shear the drill string, forming a positive seal off at the well bore to shut in the well during emergency situations. The total package order is in excess of $3 million. The destination for these products will be drilling operations offshore Brazil.

T-3's quoting activity continues to be robust in both the domestic and international market as we continue to distinguish ourselves as a major original equipment manufacturer of oil and gas pressure control products.

Gus D. Halas, T-3 Energy's Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, remarked, "This order for our proprietary subsea equipment continues our expansion into key drilling markets. This order not only represents further penetration into the subsea market, but provides additional sales into one of our targeted markets which in this case is Brazil. Regardless of the region, T-3 continues to excel as a name-brand provider of customer-driven products and services while building and maintaining lasting relationships with our customers.''

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