Skip to main content

Strohm’s TCP jumper installed in South America

Published by , Deputy Editor
Oilfield Technology,

Strohm’s first deep-water/high pressure thermoplastic composite pipe (TCP) jumper in South America has been successfully installed, commissioned and is up and running for ExxonMobil Guyana at its Liza field.

The jumper, incorporating advanced carbon fibre and polyamide12 materials, is used for water alternating gas (WAG) injection and was installed in depths over 1700 m for the supermajor, after being landed and leak tested subsea.

Previously, the Netherlands-headquartered business was awarded two significant contracts for the Uaru and Yellowtail developments, where Strohm is to supply a total of 50 of its WAG TCP jumpers across the two campaigns. These projects are delivered under the firm’s jumpers on demand approach, where a single length of pipe is delivered on a single reel to the client’s location, thereupon the pipe is spooled off to the desired jumper length, cut, terminated, tested and mated with a connector system.

Strohm’s newly created Field Service Group has also recently secured the service contract to support onsite termination operations in-country and deliver on the termination scopes of work for pre-first oil for Yellowtail.

Gavin Leiper, Strom’s Vice President Americas and leader of the Field Service Group, said: “This is a pivotal moment for our business, underlining the clear advantages that our Jumper on Demand brings to a project of this scale and depth, as well as proving our WAG application for this region.”

“Our approach minimises transportation cost, maximises local content, and reduces the total cost of installation as well as lowering carbon footprint. This approach is proving extremely successful with multiple projects ongoing and completed around the globe. Strohm’s specialist field service technicians mobilise to the client’s location as the jumper termination campaigns are called off over the duration of the deployment programme.”

Strohm’s TCP jumper avoids the need for metrology, thereby shortening time to first oil and reducing installation cost further. The flexibility to terminate in country, creates redundancy and de-risks project schedules.

Read the article online at:

You might also like


Embed article link: (copy the HTML code below):


This article has been tagged under the following:

Oil & gas news