Spending on subsea valves, pipelines and cables to meet the challenges of ferrying oil and...

|By:, SA News Editor

Spending on subsea valves, pipelines and cables to meet the challenges of ferrying oil and natural gas more than 10K feet through the ocean is expected to grow to a record $13.9B this year, a 66% jump over the $8.4B spent in 2012. Subsea development is only "in the middle innings"; FMC Technologies (FTI), Cameron (CAM) and others should enjoy a "powerful wave of orders" for at least the next five years.