TCP reduces the carbon footprint of your pipeline

The industry is moving to reducing the COfootprint of their operations, with some major operators moving further, to include the COfootprint of the full life cycle of their product, also known as “net zero”. To support the industry, Strohm is reducing the COfootprint related to our TCP product across the life cycle.  

The COfootprint related to our company is considered in three scopes. In scopes 1 and 2, Strohm has already made significant gains in reducing our COfootprint, with all electricity used during manufacture being 100% certified green energy. We assess scope 3 in the context of our product moving through the different stages in its life cycle: Ex-Works footprint, As-Installed footprint, and Life Cycle footprint. 

When considering the Ex-Works and As-Installed footprints, we see that TCP has the potential to reduce the COfootprint of a pipeline by more than 50%. With the added benefit of zero maintenance intervention, the life cycle benefits on COfootprint increase further. A typical installation case in West Africa, based on a field-proven TCP installation and comparing to steel, shows that a COreduction of 50% or more is achievable.

In Strohm we are certifying our footprint assessment with the aim to provide our clients with a fully certified COfootprint assessment. On individual projects this is already available.

Wish to learn how you can reduce the CO2 footprint of your pipeline infrastructure?

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