Offshore Well Capping Devices Contract for Trendsetter

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Thursday, July 05, 2012
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Trendsetter Engineering Inc. awarded contract to provide four capping stacks for subsea well emergency response project

Trendsetter Engineering, Inc. has been awarded the contract by Oil Spill Response Ltd (OSRL) to construct four capping stack toolboxes that would be available for use should an offshore subsea well-control incident occur.

These capping stacks are capable of containing subsea oil wells in water depths up to 10,000 feet in the event of a subsea well-control incident. Equipment delivery is expected in 2012.

In 2013, OSRL will direct the movement of the equipment from Trendsetter's facility in Houston, Texas to four (4) strategic storage locations—Northern Europe, South America, Africa and Asia‐Pacific. 

Specific storage sites will be selected upon completion of its logistics studies.

Mario R. Lugo (P.E.), President and CEO of Trendsetter Engineering, Inc. says: "Participating with OSRL's efforts allows Trendsetter to expand its reach worldwide. It is rewarding to know that we are making a difference by assisting OSRL in improving global emergency response capabilities."

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