Who we are

A global leader in oil and gas projects, technologies, systems and services

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With proprietary technologies and production systems, integrated expertise, and comprehensive solutions, we are transforming our clients’ project economics across subsea, onshore/offshore and surface.

We are uniquely positioned to deliver greater efficiencies across project lifecycles from concept to project delivery and beyond. We are driven by a steady commitment to clients and a culture of purposeful innovation, challenging industry conventions and rethinking how the best results are achieved.

One vision.
One purpose.

At TechnipFMC we have one overriding vision: to enhance the performance of the world’s energy industry.

Our vision is supported by a relentless drive of every individual at TechnipFMC. We are united by one single purpose: to bring together the scope, know-how and determination to transform our clients’ project economics.

Facts & figures

44,000
employees
126
nationalities
48
countries
21
vessels, including four under construction
  • Our history

  • 2017

    TechnipFMC is established

    FMC Technologies and Technip combine to become TechnipFMC, a global leader in subsea, onshore/offshore and surface projects

  • 2015

    Forsys Subsea is established

    Technip and FMC Technologies create an alliance and form Forsys Subsea, a joint venture that aims to reshape how subsea fields are designed, delivered and operated for life

  • 2014

    First Joint Industry Partnership for HPHT solutions

    FMC Technologies becomes the first company to establish a joint development agreement with four (and eventually five) operators to standardize high pressure/ high temperature (HPHT) subsea equipment

  • 2011

    Technip acquires Global Industries

    The acquisition expands the company’s vertically integrated offering for complex projects from deep-to-shore

  • 2002

    A first in HPHT subsea technology

    FMC Technologies develops the world’s first vertical subsea tree system designed for high pressure/high temperature fields – capable of withstanding 15k psi and 350 deg. Fahrenheit – for BP’s Thunder Horse development.

  • 2001

    Technip merges with Coflexip

    Technip’s merger with Coflexip, a firm specialized in the design, manufacture and supply of flexible subsea flowlines, makes it a global leader in engineering, technologies and services in the energy industry

  • 2001

    FMC Technologies, Inc. is established

    FMC splits its chemical and energy businesses, and FMC Technologies, Inc. becomes a publicly traded company in 2001

  • 1990s

    Acquisitions and growth

    Both Technip and FMC acquire many companies during the 1990s that will strengthen their technical expertise and expand their offerings

  • 1958

    Technip is established

    Technip is founded by IFP (Institute of French Petroleum) in Paris

  • 1955

    FMC enters oilfield equipment industry

    FMC acquires WECO, Chiksan and Oil Center Tools (OCT) to become a leading manufacturer of high-pressure wellhead flow control assemblies, known as “Christmas trees”

  • 1884

    FMC gets its start

    The future FMC is born when founder John Bean invents an insecticide spray pump to combat an infestation that is ravaging California’s orchards