Well-intervention technology specialist Interventek has won a repeat order with Trendsetter Engineering, of Houston, for the supply of its Revolution valves.
The seven-figure deal comes on the back of Aberdeen-based Interventek supplying an initial set of shear-and-seal safety valves in 2020.
Interventek was founded in 2014 and is supported by FrontRow Energy Technology Group.
Mike Cargol, vice president of rentals and services at Trendsetter, said: “We have worked closely with Interventek to achieve our objective of bringing innovation to intervention.
“Interventek’s compact Revolution valves have proved to be the ideal match for our lightweight and modular Trident systems, enabling us to achieve the goal of delivering HPHT intervention solutions while also realising system size and weight reductions of up to 60% when compared to competing systems.
“The result of this combination is a robust system which can be mobilized rapidly to any geographic region, reconfigured quickly to accommodate hydraulic, riserless light well or open-water risered interventions, and be integrated into a vessel or rig of opportunity with no bespoke modifications.
“The bottom line is enhanced safety, increased operational efficiency and reduced cost, especially for HPHT applications.”
Interventek managing director Gavin Cowie said: “Our continuing partnership with Trendsetter is enabling many operators to realise significant efficiency gains in their subsea intervention operations.
“The compact, versatile design of our Revolution valve technology provides a great advantage for integration across a range of safety systems.
“It exceeds the highest industry standards and is suitable for open-water, in-riser and even surface applications.
“Despite challenging times across the industry, demand for our technology continues to grow and we are grateful to be working with such like-minded, forward-thinking innovators as the team at Trendsetter.”