IJMUIDEN, the Netherlands – Airborne Oil & Gas has changed its name to Strohm.
The company has also established thermoplastic composite pipe’s (TCP) sustainability following analysis carried out to global Greenhouse Gas Protocol’s emission measurement and management standards. It has proven that installation of its TCP delivers a 50% smaller carbon footprint compared to traditional steel alternatives.
Strohm’s TCP flowlines, risers and jumpers are made from completely corrosion resistant and recyclable materials, and the business uses 100% green energy to power its production plant in the Netherlands. The research also determined that TCP’s manufacturing process produces 40% lower CO2 levels compared to that of carbon steel pipe.