Hunting Plc has been contracted to provide titanium stress joints for the Yellowtail development project in the Stabroek Block offshore Guyana, according to a company release on April 12.

The Yellowtail development is Exxon Mobil’s fourth, and largest, project within the Stabroek Block offshore Guyana. On April 4, Exxon Mobil announced it had made a final investment decision (FID) for the $10 billion project, which will include six drill centers and up to 26 production and 25 injection wells.

Hunting’s Direct Pull-Through installation methodology is intended to simplify installation and enhance safety during project execution for the Yellowtail development, the company release said.

“Hunting is extremely excited for the opportunity to use our worldwide, field-proven technologies to help Exxon Mobil reduce costs and increase safety for this project,” Dane Tipton, president of Hunting’s subsea technologies division, commented in the release.

Hunting is an international energy services provider with operations in Canada, China, Indonesia, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, United Arab Emirates, the U.K. and the U.S. The company maintains a corporate office in Houston and is headquartered in London.