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Thermoplastic Composite Pipe No corrosion at lower cost

Thermoplastic composite pipe technology allows for jumpers, spools, flowlines and risers free of corrosion and with substantial lower total installed cost. The light-weight TCP uses cost effective materials for each application and is spoolable, cost-effective to transport, can be installed using less vessel days with light vessels, and allows for quick termination in the field. TCP leads to compelling business cases for each application, reducing total installed cost significantly.

Recent News

Airborne Oil & Gas and Subsea 7 commence qualification programme for TCP Riser in South America

Airborne Oil & Gas has commenced a qualification programme of a TCP Riser for deepwater and dynamic applications for a major operator in South America in collaboration with Subsea 7, effective today (26 June 2018).

Oliver Kassam appointed as new CEO of Airborne Oil & Gas

The Supervisory Board of Airborne Oil & Gas (AOG) is pleased to announce the appointment of Oliver Kassam as CEO. Mr. Kassam was most recently at SBM Offshore N.V. as President and Managing Director in charge of the company’s activities in Brazil. He has over 20 years of experience in the global offshore services industry holding various senior executive roles.

Dam-tot-Damloop: Running for a good cause

On September 23, 2018, an enthusiastic team of sportive Airborne Oil & Gas employees will be running the legendary Dam-tot-Damloop. This is a 10-mile (16km) run from Amsterdam to Zaandam, which we will dedicate to a special purpose. We are running for those who can’t run, people with the rare disease of OI (Osteogenesis Imperfecta).

Airborne O&G awarded first TCP supply from OSL

Following on from our recent announcement of a technical cooperation agreement with Over Sea & Land Concrete (OSL), we are very pleased, and proud to announce the first award of pipe supply to OSL for use in pumping ready-mix concrete from vessel-based operations to land construction sites.

Now available: 15ksi TCP Jumper for Subsea Well Intervention

To meet the industry’s demand for flexible high pressure Jumpers for Subsea Well Intervention, Airborne Oil & Gas is now offering 2 inch ID, 15ksi (1035bar) rated TCP Jumpers. This TCP Jumper is used as the flexible connection between the main conduit (TCP Downline, drill pipe, or coiled tubing) and the wellhead, injection skid or well stimulation tool.

Airborne Oil & Gas announces significant investment from Sumitomo Corporation

Major supplier to the Oil & Gas industry steps into disruptive composite pipe solutions.

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Cost Effective Materials for each Application

Depending on the application, different characteristics of TCP lead to lower total installed cost.

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Airborne Oil & Gas provides the world’s only high-pressure pipe that combines a smooth bore with high collapse resistance and flexibility. The non-metallic TCP Flowlines and Risers eliminate corrosion and are the low-cost alternative flowline solution.

TCP Concepts and Materials

The Thermoplastic Composite Pipe (TCP) concept excels in simplicity. The pipe has one simple, fully bonded pipe wall. The three individual layers - liner, composite laminate and external coating - are all melt-fused together, ensuring a bond between the layers that is as strong and durable as the base materials. The simplicity of the concept also results in a safe and reliable product due to the very limited number of potential failure modes.

Meet Airborne Oil and Gas at:

Meet Airborne Oil and Gas at:

  • • Subsea Forum RIo - 5 - 7 June, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • • UTC Bergen - 12 - 14 June, Bergen, Norway
  • • Deepwater Intervention Forum (DIF), 7-9 August, Galveston, TX, USA
  • • ONS 2018 - 27 - 30 August, Stavanger, Norway
  • • Rio Oil & Gas, 24-27 September, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • • ADIPEC, 12-15 November, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Airborne Oil & Gas deployment TCP Downline on board of Seven Viking

World's first TCP Flowline for crude oil - Petronas project

TCP Flowline

TCP Flowline eliminates corrosion and is the lowest total installed cost solution for greenfield and brownfield applications

Airborne Oil & Gas designs and manufactures TCP Flowline products for hydrocarbon production, water, gas lift, and chemicals injection. Its non-corrosiveness, light weight, spoolability and ability to terminate in the field make it the best solution for in-field flowlines, tiebacks, single well step-outs, and (quasi) static risers.

The solid pipe structure is impervious to corrosion, resulting in outstanding performance in corrosive environments. It has an inner, fully bonded, smooth bore polymer liner that ensures the best attainable flow properties while still being piggable. The thermal performance of TCP is considerably better than that of steel (reinforced) pipe. Our end-fittings are simple and robust, relying on a well-proven mechanical clamping method. Assembly of the pipe with our end-fittings is straightforward, can be done both onshore and offshore and at any location on the pipe.

TCP Free Hanging Risers

TCP Free Hanging Risers deliver significant cost reductions compared with the traditional Lazy wave Riser solutions used in deep water harsh condition areas such as Santos Basin Brazil

Airborne Oil & Gas designs and manufactures TCP Riser products for hydrocarbon production, water and gas injection, gas lift and chemicals injection. Its light weight, good fatigue performance, non-corrosiveness and spoolability make it the best solution for Deep Water Free Hanging Risers.

Our TCP Riser is supplied in long spoolable lengths for cost-effective reel lay and lowest as-installed cost. This leads to a radical 30% saving on as-installed cost as shown in the TCP Riser business case.

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