FMC Technologies ( FTI) jumped 14% after saying it won a $980 million deal to supply deepwater subsea processing and production systems to a unit of Total ( TOT).

The systems will be used in Total's Pazflor project, located offshore of Angola. FMC said it will begin recording revenue from the project early this year.

Shares of FMC were recently up $8.22 to $65.45.

This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.com.

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