ClampOn has received Letter of Intent from FMC

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July 20th, 2010

ClampOn has received Letter of Intent from FMC for supply of subsea sand & vibration monitors and PIG detectors to the Laggan-Tormore project.

The Laggan-Tormore project is located in North-West of Shetland and is operated by Total. The overall development concept consists of a long distance tie-back of subsea wells connected to a new gas processing terminal at Sullom Voe on Shetland, with further export of the processed gas to the UK Frigg pipeline system in the North Sea.

The project scope for ClampOn includes nineteen (19) Sand, PIG and Vibration Monitors.

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