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Bien Dong Petroleum Operating Co. contracts GE Oil & Gas

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HO CHI MINH, Vietnam -- GE Oil & Gas’ drilling and production business has been selected to supply high-pressure/ high-temperature equipment to Bien Dong Petroleum Operating Co. for the development of gas fields offshore Vietnam.

Under a contract of about $30 million, GE will provide 16 sets of HP/HT surface wellheads and subsea production trees, along with associated equipment and services, for deployment in phase one of the development campaign for blocks 05.2 and 05.3 of the Hai Thach and Moc Tinh gas fields.

This marks the largest single contract for surface wellheads and subsea trees in Vietnam by any equipment manufacturer.

05/19/2011

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