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Trendsetter Engineering completes delivery of production equipment for Noble Energy Leviathan project

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Trendsetter Engineering has successfully completed the design and build of subsea production equipment for Noble Energy’s Leviathan Project, a large natural gas field development in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Israel, capping off over two years of effort.

“This project has been a job well done by all those who contributed from Trendsetter and Noble Energy. I’m confident that few other companies could have accomplished all we did at the level of quality, safety and overall cost and schedule performance. Our excellent working relationship with Noble Energy has yielded an outcome we can all be proud of,” said Antony Matson, Vice-President of Projects.

“For over 20 years, Trendsetter Engineering has continually delivered groundbreaking technology to the industry. We would like to thank our partners at Noble Energy for this tremendous opportunity. Our goal is to deliver innovative and high-quality products to the customer,” said Mario R. Lugo PE, CEO and Chairman.

Trendsetter’s scope of work included multiple clamp connection systems, subsea distribution equipment, MEG filter modules, 2” connection systems and subsea manifolds.

Trendsetter Engineering, Inc. is a privately owned oil and gas service company based in Houston, Texas which provides specialised subsea hardware and offshore service solutions globally from exploration drilling through abandonment.

Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/offshore-and-subsea/14022019/trendsetter-engineering-completes-delivery-of-production-equipment-for-noble-energy-leviathan-project/

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