Petrobras orders 27 subsea trees from Cameron

Petrobras has ordered $74 million in subsea trees and related equipment from Cameron. Cameron says the trees are to be used offshore Brazil.

Offshore staff

HOUSTON – Petrobras has ordered $74 million in subsea trees and related equipment from Cameron. Cameron says the trees are to be used offshore Brazil.

Deliveries are scheduled to start this year and continue over a four-year span. This order completes a 138 tree frame agreement between the companies dating to September 2009.

The trees included in this order incorporate enhanced drill-through capability to save time and money during drilling and completion, said Jack B. Moore, Cameron president and CEO.

1/14/2011

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