Executive Q&A: Airborne Oil & Gas Rebrands as Part of Energy Transition Journey

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.

Executive Q&A: Airborne Oil & Gas Rebrands as Part of Energy Transition Journey

Airborne Oil & Gas unveiled a rebranding on Oct. 8 that, according to Chief Commercial Officer Martin van Onna, reinforces the company’s energy transition journey.

“We thought this is the right time to move beyond oil and gas to support renewable industries and at the same time continue to support our current client base in the energy industry to reduce their carbon footprint,” Onna told Hart Energy’s Faiza Rizvi.

The company, now known as Strohm, has successfully supported the oil and gas sector for the past 13 years through the manufacturing of thermoplastic composite pipe, which the installation of has been proven to reduce carbon footprints by more than half compared to traditional steel alternatives, according to a company release. 

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Faiza Rizvi

Faiza Rizvi is a senior associate editor of Business & ESG for Hart Energy's editorial department, with a strong focus on E&P Plus and HartEnergy.com. She has been covering all facets of the U.S. and international energy industry for over 5 years.