Cameron Awarded Multi-Year Contract For Hebron Development
Cameron (NYSE: CAM) announced today that it has been awarded a multi-year contract by ExxonMobil Canada Properties for wellhead equipment and production trees for the Hebron project, a 52-well development located offshore Newfoundland.
Cameron will supply large-bore, high-pressure equipment including wellheads, production trees and risers. The contract also includes installation and commissioning services.
Cameron Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Jack Moore said, "Cameron's global experience and leadership working in hostile environments, including the Arctic, makes us an ideal partner to support the Hebron project over the full life of the field."
In conjunction with the contract, Cameron also will build a new state-of-the-art service center in St. John's, Newfoundland that will provide 24/7 support for its customers' operations.
Cameron is a leading provider of flow equipment products, systems and services to worldwide oil, gas and process industries.
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