Strohm (Formerly Airborne Oil & Gas)
Formerly known as Airborne Oil & Gas, Strohm is the world’s first and leading manufacturer of fully bonded, Thermoplastic Composite Pipe. TCP offers the optimal solution in flowline, jumper and riser applications for Renewable and Energy markets. TCP does not corrode, is spoolable in long lengths, is light weight and reduces cost of installation and maintenance. TCP reduces the CO₂ footprint of your pipeline infrastructure with more than 50% compared to steel.
Editor's note: Updated Oct. 8, 2020.
Here’s a roundup of the latest E&P headlines including first production from the Marlim and Voador fields offshore Brazil and new contract awards in the upstream oil and gas industry.
Here’s a roundup of the latest E&P headlines including finds offshore Nigeria and Guyana and new contract awards in the upstream oil and gas industry.
Here’s a roundup of the latest E&P headlines in the upstream oil and gas industry, including wells offshore Congo beginning production and approval for a North Sea field development.
Here’s a roundup of the latest E&P headlines including a production update from Tullow, an update on U.K. offshore opportunities and some contract announcements in the upstream oil and gas industry.
Here’s a roundup of the latest E&P headlines including development plans and final investment decisions on projects, a discovery, and contract awards from the past week in the upstream oil and gas industry.
The effects of corrosion can contribute between 3.5% and 5.2% of global GDP (i.e., between $285 billion and $439 billion annually on a global basis, calculated for 2020 GDP figures of $84.54 trillion U.S. dollars).
The energy industry is adopting low-carbon technologies at a much faster rate than ever before, says Martin van Onna, chief commercial officer of Strohm, previously known as Airborne Oil & Gas.
Airborne Oil & Gas, a leading manufacturer of thermoplastic composite pipe (TCP), said Aug. 3 it has promoted William de la Motte to CFO following his six months as interim finance director.
Airborne Oil & Gas said July 14 that Exxon Mobil Upstream Integrated Solutions Company (Exxon Mobil) has qualified its thermoplastic composite pipe (TCP) product for applications globally.
An increase in field development sanctions and subsea tiebacks as well as better project economics are helping bring the subsea sector back to life.