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Airborne Oil & Gas strengthens Advisory Board of MCE Deepwater Development conference

Airborne Oil & Gas announces to support the leading industry event in the deepwater oil and gas market, MCE Deepwater Development. On behalf of AOG, Martin van Onna, Chief Commercial Officer and Deputy CEO, has joined the Advisory Board of this conference.

Marine, Construction & Engineering (MCE) Deepwater Development is recognised as the leading conference addressing technical issues related to engineering, development, and production of oil and gas in deep and ultra deepwater arenas around the world. As our industry confronts new challenges, the sharing of deepwater experience will play a critical role in improving the quality, safety, and economics vital to the future of the industry. The MCEDD brings together the strategic decision makers in the industry through a focussed technical program, creative networking opportunities as well as supporting exhibitions.

Airborne Oil & Gas is delighted to support this conference and appreciates, through the Advisory Board position, the industry’s recognition of the impact that Thermoplastic Composite Pipe, and composites in general, is making in the deepwater environment and the industry at large. Martin van Onna: “As the first company to have worked in this field, since 2007 we developed and introduced TCP to the offshore and deepwater markets, and today have the largest track record in the world in this field. We have now passed the inflection point and see broad acceptance in the market, with more operators and contractors embracing composite pipe technology. I’m delighted to do my bit in the Advisory Board to support further innovation in the industry, as we have shown and experienced that it is very attractive to bring disruptive technologies to this industry, even in highly critical applications such as deepwater risers, flowlines and jumpers.”

Airborne Oil & Gas is a Gold sponsor to the MCEDD conference and promotes abstracts to be provided for consideration in the technical program. For more information, please visit https://mcedd.com/

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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