Composite pipe qualified for interventions

Magma Global has secured what it claims is the first DNV GL qualification of a thermoplastic composite pipe intervention line under DNVGL-RP-F119.

Offshore staff

PORTSMOUTH, UKMagma Global has secured what it claims is the first DNV GL qualification of a thermoplastic composite pipe (TCP) intervention line under DNVGL-RP-F119.

This covers the company’s composite m-pipe as an intervention line for dynamic surface to seabed applications.

Ramin Moslemian, project manager, DNV GL, said: “The DNVGL-RP-F119 Thermoplastic Composite Pipe was developed in conjunction with oil and gas operators and contractors to specifically meet the needs for cost-efficient and reliable solutions.

“There is a great potential for TCPs to deliver lightweight, non-corrosive pipeline solutions, and qualification according to DNVGL-RP-F119 provides a robust assessment of the operational integrity of TCPs, especially under challengingdeepwater environments.”

08/24/2017

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