Cooper Cameron Wins Subsea Work from ChevronTexaco



The Cameron division of Cooper Cameron has been awarded a contract worth in excess of $110 million to provide equipment for ChevronTexaco's Tahiti project in the Gulf of Mexico. This major contract is part of the long-lead equipment committals required in advance of full project sanction.

Cameron's role includes providing subsea systems engineering and project management for the 15,000-psi Tahiti subsea system, including eight subsea Christmas trees, production controls systems, manifolds and flowline connection systems. Initial equipment delivery and installation is slated to begin in the fourth quarter of 2005.
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