The station is said to simplify field installation, step-out wells and field expansions, supporting maximized reservoir recovery.
Last year the company also received recognition for its Subsea 2.0 in-line compact robotic manifold design.
TechnipFMC claims the subsea power distribution station can cut subsea boosting costs for brownfield projects up to 60% by eliminating the need for topsides expansion modules.
It comprises a subsea transformer, subsea variable speed drive (VSD) and power transmission umbilical and connectors.
The compact, configurable design is said to be scalable for a wide range of boosting and processing applications, and can operate in water depths up to 3,000 m (9,842 ft).
Both the subsea transformer and VSD modules are based on proven topsides products from Brazilian electrical machines/technology specialist WEG.