Profile: Cameron International Corp (CAM)
27 Nov 2015
Cameron International Corporation (Cameron), incorporated on November 10, 1994, provides flow equipment products, systems and services to worldwide oil, gas and process industries. The Company operates through four business segments: Subsea, Surface, Drilling and Valves & Measurement (V&M).
The Subsea segment delivers integrated solutions, products, systems and services to the subsea oil and gas market, including integrated subsea production systems involving wellheads, subsea trees, manifolds and flowline connectors, subsea processing systems for the recovery of hydrocarbons, control systems, connectors and services designed to provide reservoir recovery and extend the life of each field. The Subsea segment includes the operations of OneSubsea, a business jointly owned by Cameron (60%) and Schlumberger (40%). Products and services are marketed products under the Cameron, Mars, McEvoy and Willis brand names. The Company’s customprocess systems products are marketed under the Cameron, Consept, Cynara, Hydromation, KCC, Metrol, Mozley, NATCO, Petreco, Porta-test, Unicel, Vortoil and Wemco brand names.
Cameron’s Surface segment designs and manufactures wellhead and Christmas tree systems for onshore and offshore topside applications - from conventional to high-pressure, high temperature systems, to specialized systems for dry completions and heavy oil. Rental equipment and artificial lift technologies are also provided, as well as products and services involving shale gas production. The Surface segment, with its global installed base of equipment, is a provider of surface completion and production equipment. A complete portfolio of API 6A valves, chokes, actuators and artificial lift technologies is marketed primarily to oil and gas operators under the Cameron, Camrod, IC, McEvoy, Precision, SBS, Tundra, Willis and WKM brand names. This segment provides CAMSHALE Production Solutions, which specializes in shale gas production.
The Drilling segment is a global supplier of integrated drilling systems for onshore and offshore applications to shipyards, drilling contractors, exploration and production companies and rental tool companies. Its products fall into two categories: pressure control equipment and rotary drilling equipment and are designed for either onshore or offshore applications. Such products include drilling equipment packages, blowout preventers (BOPs), BOP control systems, connectors, riser systems, valve and choke manifold systems, topdrives, mud pumps, pipe handling equipment, rig designs and rig kits. Its products are marketed under the Cameron, Guiberson, H&H CUSTOM, H&H Melco, LeTourneau, Lewco, OEM, Sense and Townsend brand names. Cameron’s Drilling segment is a primary supplier of BOPs and related equipment to the drilling industry.
Valves & Measurement Segment
The V&M segment’s businesses serve portions of the upstream, midstream and downstream markets. These businesses provide valves and measurement systems that are primarily used to control, direct and measure the flow of oil and gas as they are moved from individual wellheads through flow lines, gathering lines and transmission systems to refineries, petrochemical plants and industrial centers for processing. Its products include gate valves, ball valves, butterfly valves, Orbit brand rising stem ball valves, double block & bleed valves, plug valves, globe valves, check valves, actuators, chokes and parts and services, as well as measurement products, such as totalizers, turbine meters, flow computers, chart recorders, ultrasonic flow meters and sampling systems. Its customers include oil and gas majors, independent producers, engineering and construction companies, pipeline operators, drilling contractors and major chemical, petrochemical and refining companies. This segment’s product lines include Distributed Valves, Engineered Valves, Process Valves, Measurement Systems and Services.
Distributed valves are used in the exploration, production and transportation of oil and gas, with products sold through a network of wholesalers and oilfield supply distributors, primarily in North America and to upstream markets in Asia-Pacific and the Middle East. Distributed valves are marketed under the brand names AOP, Demco, Douglas Chero, Dynatorque, Maxtorque, Navco, Newco, Nutron, OIC, Techno, Texstream, Thornhill Craver, Wheatley and WKM.
Engineered valves include a range of customized ball, gate and check valves serving the oil and gas production, pipeline, subsea and liquefied natural gas (LNG) markets. Its products are marketed under the brand names Cameron, Entech, Grove, Ledeen, Ring-O, TK, Tom Wheatley and WKM. Process valves are sold under the brand names of General Valve, Orbit and TBV for use in critical service applications that are often subject to extreme temperature conditions, particularly in refinery, power generation (including nuclear), chemical, petrochemical, gas processing and liquid storage terminal markets, including LNG.
The V&M segment also designs, manufactures and distributes measurement products, systems and solutions to the global oil and gas, process and power industries. Brand names for these products include Barton, Caldon, Clif Mock, Jiskoot, Linco and Nuflo. In addition, V&M also provides preventative maintenance, original equipment manufacturer (OEM) spare parts, repair, field service, asset management and remanufactured products for valves and actuators through service centers located across the world.
The Company competes with Aker Solutions, Balon Corporation, Circor International, Inc., Dover Corporation, Dril-Quip, Inc., Emerson Process Management, FlowServ Corp., FMC Technologies, Inc., GE Oil & Gas Group, Stream-Flo Industries Ltd., National Oilwell Varco Inc., Zy-Tech Global Industries, Flotek Industries, Inc., Pibiviese, Robbins & Myers Fluid Management Group, SPX Corporation, Tyco International Ltd. and Weatherford, Ltd.
Cameron International Corp
STE 1700, 1333 WEST LOOP SOUTH
HOUSTON TX 77027
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