Anasuria Operating Co. Jumper Spool


Project description
In 2017, Anasuria Operating Company decided to install gas lift capability on one of their wells. AOC considered flexible pipe as well as other pipe options and choose TCP and Strohm. With order placement in May 2017, the Jumper Spool was installed on the North Sea October 2017. The Jumper Spool has a design life of 20 years.



Client quote, October 2017
We choose the TCP over competing technologies based on the following key benefits:

  • The TCP is flexible, can be installed by subsea pallet and with that provide a significant reduction in total installed cost
  • The TCP is a non-conducting pipe
  • The delivery time was quick and fitted in a challenging schedule; the fact that the pipe was manufactured on stock de-risked our assessment on meeting delivery time

Key system characteristics

  • De-risking project schedule
  • Manufactured in advance, terminated prior to installation on site
  • Significantly more tolerance in length than rigid pipe
  • Can be deployed using subsea pallet
  • No metrology required, faster first oil 


  • Inner diameter: 2"
  • Pressure rating: 345 bar
  • Water depth: 94 m
  • Temperature: -20 °C to 70 °C
  • Length: 45 m

Lowest total installed cost

  • Reduced fabrication cost
  • Reduced buoyancy cost
  • Reduced transport costs
  • Reduced installation costs