OTC 2015: Cameron simplifies subsea BOP design

Offshore staff

HOUSTON – Cameron has won an OTC Spotlight Award for the Mark IV high-availability BOP control system.

The system features an industry-first three-point of distribution (POD) design option for subsea BOPs. The third POD provides added redundancy for improved operational availability of the drilling system to as much as 98%. Each POD’s simplified design improves reliability.

Cameron is exhibiting at booth 3317.

Cameron's Mark IV high-availability BOP control system
Cameron's Mark IV high-availability BOP control system features an industry-first three-point of distribution design option for subsea BOPs.

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