We had a chat with our close contact David Rodgers | Department General Manager, Line Pipe at Sumitomo Corporation Europe Ltd. Here is what he had to say . . .
With TCP being a relatively new technology, in Airborne Oil & Gas we support our clients in their engagements with regulators around the globe. We advise how TCP is designed and installed and how elements such as on-bottom stability are addressed. We support our clients in their preparations for, and presentation of, a fit for purpose integrity management method that considers the TCP specific characteristics.
With the increase in activity in the oil and gas market, Airborne Oil & Gas is significantly ramping up production capacity.
In a series of articles, we highlight and explain the various features of TCP. This third article covers TCP’s performance in Hydrocarbon Fluids and Gases.
In a series of articles, we highlight and explain the various features of TCP. This second article covers the Minimum Bend Radius.
At Airborne Oil and Gas, we can supply our thermoplastic composite pipe (TCP) in spoolable lengths of up to 3-5 km in one piece, on relatively small reels. This length can be spooled onto a transport reel or directly onto a vessel at our facility in the IJmuiden harbour.
In this article, we highlight the collapse resistance of our Thermoplastic Composite Pipes along the lines of some frequently asked questions.
In this article we highlight the End fitting that we use on our Thermoplastic Composite Pipes.
A short interview with Deva Selva, Project Manager at Anasuria Operating Company.