Stress Subsea Awarded Subsea System FEED on Noble Energy Alen Project

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June 4, 2010

Noble Energy has awarded to Stress Subsea, Inc., the Subsea System Front End Engineering Design (FEED) for the Alen Project offshore Equatorial Guinea. The award includes four basic work scopes covering Subsea Hardware, Umbilicals, Flowlines and Export Pipelines. Stress' responsibility includes engineering and project management leading up to the Execution Phase of the project.

Stress Subsea, Inc. is a subsidiary of Stress Engineering Services, and was established to provide high quality engineering support for the deepwater offshore market. Areas of expertise include subsea tie-back systems, pipeline/flowline design and project management. Stress Subsea, a subsidiary of Stress Engineering Services, was established in October of 2003 and has performed projects ranging from concept studies and cost trade-offs, front-end engineering design (FEED), through installation support.

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