Spring 2020

Strong subsea signals from China

After 18 months of negotiations, RMSpumptools has been awarded contracts to supply its subsea connectors and sensor systems to oil and gas wells off the coast of China.

This comes on the back of engineers from the connector and sensor divisions at RMSpumptools combining knowledge and experience to provide a new subsea tree and monitoring system to focus specifically on the emerging Asia offshore market.

The contracts, with a Singapore-based company called WEFIC that manufactures wellhead and well control equipment, includes a wide range of connector and sensor technologies for electrical subsea production systems.

The equipment will provide digital output signals for pressure and temperature values, allowing the operator to control and flow their well more effectively.

‘WEFIC is a new subsea customer for RMSpumptools,’ says subsea director Michael Winfield. ‘Our systems and engineering support teams have spent the last 18 months working with WEFIC to secure this purchase order with this particular customer and operator. Its success will put RMSpumptools at the forefront of long-term future market supply.’

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