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Below you will find Airborne Oil & Gas' articles and whitepapers covering TCP design, materials, applications and other relevant topics.

A day in the life of..

Shareholder Sumitomo Corporation

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 . . .

TCP receiving regulatory approval around the globe

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.

Airborne Oil & Gas increasing capacity significantly

With the increase in activity in the oil and gas market, Airborne Oil & Gas is significantly ramping up production capacity.

TCP Design Feature #3: TCP’s performance in Hydrocarbon Fluids and Gases

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.

TCP Design Feature #2: Minimum Bend Radius

In a series of articles, we highlight and explain the various features of TCP. This second article covers the Minimum Bend Radius.

TCP Highlight: Long spoolable length

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.

TCP Design Feature #1: Collapse resistance

In this article, we highlight the collapse resistance of our Thermoplastic Composite Pipes along the lines of some frequently asked questions.

TCP Highlight: End fitting, Fast & Flexible

In this article we highlight the End fitting that we use on our Thermoplastic Composite Pipes.

A Customer's Experience with Airborne Oil and Gas

A short interview with Deva Selva, Project Manager at Anasuria Operating Company.