Deep Down Secures GoM, APAC Orders

Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Subsea oil and gas production control equipment provider Deep Down has said it has received orders from two customers totaling approximately $2 million.

The scope of work for these orders includes providing subsea controls equipment consisting of jumpers, flying leads, and an electrical/hydraulic distribution manifold.  

All of the equipment is scheduled to be completed before the end of 2020 and installed in the Gulf of Mexico and the Asia Pacific regions, the company said, without providing info on the identity of the clients.

Charles Njuguna, Deep Down's President and CEO, stated, "Despite the challenges presented by the global coronavirus pandemic and the recent weakness in oil prices, Deep Down remains committed to providing our customers with world-class products and services.  We are pleased to have received these orders, and we look forward to continuing building our relationships with these valued customers as our industry moves forward."

Categories: Equipment Subsea North America Offshore Energy Hardware Asia Pacific

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