TCP jumper qualified for deepwater use at Egina Field offshore Nigeria

Jan. 16, 2024
Strohm has supplied a thermoplastic composite pipe (TCP) jumper to TotalEnergies for the deepwater Egina Field offshore Nigeria.

Offshore staff

IJMUIDEN, the NetherlandsStrohm has supplied a thermoplastic composite pipe (TCP) jumper to TotalEnergies for the deepwater Egina Field offshore Nigeria.

The system, commissioned for service in 1,600 m water depth, had undergone a testing program during which TotalEnergies qualified the TCP jumper for permanent subsea applications.

It passed all pre-deployment inspections and tests, allowing it to be certified for its full life cycle.

A Nigerian subsea service provider supported installation of the 5.2-inch ID, 340-bar design pressure jumper, which was transported on a small, multi-purpose vessel.  Strohm personnel assisted the offshore installation.

01.16.2023

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