Strohm has pioneered the development of Thermoplastic Composite Pipe, and introduced it to the Oil & Gas industry. As such, we have always been at the forefront of creating acceptance in the market place, initiating the creation of the new standard DNVGL-ST-F119, and building track record. To date, we have supplied TCP around the globe for crude production, gas lift, methanol and chemical injection in the applications of flowlines, spools, jumpers & downlines. We have many records including the world’s first TCP for hydrocarbon service, and the deepest operating TCP in 2140 meters water depth. Today, Strohm is the world’s first manufacturer of TCP that has commenced qualification for deepwater dynamic risers in Brazil.
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Early 2019, Strohm was awarded with a contract from OCEANEERING for the supply of 4 km TCP Flowline for Angola. The field is located approximately 40 km offshore in water depths of 60 m.
Recently (2019), Strohm was awarded with a contract from TOTAL to supply a TCP Jumper for a deepwater project in West Africa.
In 2012, Petronas Carigali contracted Strohm for the development & qualification of non-metallic, subsea flowline.
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.
In 2014, Chevron Upstream Europe (CUE) started developing the High Pressure High Temperature (HPHT) Alder field in the Central North Sea.
Enpro Subsea is a UK based company providing riserless, subsea stimulation services to the Oil & Gas industry.
IKM Testing AS is a supplier of commissioning services to the offshore industry in Norway. In 2014, IKM Testing AS awarded Strohm the contract for the supply of a TCP Downline to be used for Statoil’s Astaa Hansteen.
In 2011, Saipem ordered a TCP Downline for the pre-commissioning of the Sapinhoá pipeline in Brazil, part of the Guara & Lula field (Brazil).