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Trendsetter Engineering wins Shenandoah contract

Trendsetter Engineering Inc. is pleased to announce the award of a contract to support the development of Beacon Offshore Energy LLC’s Shenandoah project located offshore Gulf of Mexico.

Trendsetter’s awarded scope includes a multi-year rental and servicing agreement for the provision of a 20,000 psi Subsea Well Intervention package with anticipated delivery of the system scheduled for Q3-2023.  This award follows previously awarded scopes for the initial design and qualification of the system.

“We are excited to extend our partnership with Beacon and support their Shenandoah development. said Mike Cargol, Vice President of Intervention Solutions at Trendsetter. “This award reaffirms Trendsetter’s commitment to the industry for innovative, safe and cost-effective HPHT well control and well intervention systems, building upon our successes with the 15,000 psi TRIDENT systems and multiple 20,000 psi well control response packages delivered in recent years.”

Trendsetter’s TRIDENT intervention systems provide an innovative solution for subsea well interventions.  TRIDENT’s single system solution is suitable for offshore mobilization to a vessel of opportunity and capable of rapid re-configuration to facilitate hydraulic, riserless light well and risered medium well subsea intervention operations.  The TRIDENT system is available in both 6-3/8” 15,000psi and 5-1/8” 20,000psi.

Trendsetter’s support of the Shenandoah field extends beyond the delivery of the intervention system.  Earlier this year, Trendsetter was awarded contracts to deliver certain components of the subsea production and export equipment, including a six-slot production manifold, subsea valves, and Trendsetter’s TCS connectors.  Trendsetter will utilize Advanced Technology Valve’s (ATV) world renowned expertise in providing subsea valves for use in the subsea production and export systems.

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