Contract for subsea sand monitors and PIG detectors

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August 19th, 2010

ClampOn secured an order for numerous subsea sand monitors and PIG detectors for the Chevron-operated Jack & St Malo project.

The project located in the Gulf of Mexico is a major deepwater project, expected to produce 150,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day. Start-up is expected to 4Q 2013. The development will be tied back to the Jack & St. Malo regional hub.

The subsea sensors from ClampOn are the only acoustic sensors with atmospheric and high pressure chambers, pipe contact verification, electronic beam welding and dual independent electronics. These qualities make ClampOn the preferred supplier of non-intrusive sensors for applications worldwide.

ClampOn’s undisputed position as the industry’s preferred supplier of subsea (and topside) sand and PIG monitoring equipment proves that the operators all over the world value the quality and reliability of ClampOn’s products.

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