FMC Technologies has a significant presence every year at OTC and this year will be no exception. With over 40 interactive areas to engage booth visitors, including a show-stopping interactive mural, the company’s award-winning booth keeps 5,000 sq. ft. packed the entire event. Learn more about our booth and presence at OTC 2015.
FMC Technologies Inc. and Technip signed an agreement, March 22, to form an exclusive alliance and to launch Forsys Subsea, a 50/50 joint venture that will unite the skills and capabilities of two subsea industry leaders. This alliance will redefine the way subsea fields are designed, delivered and maintained.
Bringing the industry’s most talented subsea professionals together early in the project concept phase, Forsys Subsea will have the technical capabilities, products and systems to significantly reduce the cost of subsea field development and provide the technology to maximize well performance over the life of the field.
Go to the Forsys Subsea website to learn more.
The first week in March brought the annual Subsea Tieback Forum to New Orleans and this year there was a very special guest in attendance. Docked alongside the Convention Center in the Mississippi River, was FTO Services latest deepwater well intervention vessel, Island Performer. Having just sailed in from Norway, Island Performer’s appearance at the event gave customers the opportunity to tour and experience firsthand how this state-of-the-art vessel was purpose-built for deepwater well interventions. Featuring FMC Technologies' latest riserless light well intervention (RLWI) stack, the vessel features a number of innovations that enable it to operate in water depths of up to 6,500 feet. Several hundred potential customers toured the vessel during its visit to New Orleans and there was unprecedented interest in its capabilities.