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Airborne Oil & Gas and Símeros Technologies have signed a collaboration agreement

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Airborne Oil & Gas, the oilfield technology firm, and Símeros Technologies, an engineering company, have signed a collaboration agreement which aims to deliver the first qualified thermoplastic composite pipe (TCP) risers in the deepwater region of Brazil.

Airborne Oil & Gas and Símeros Technologies have signed a collaboration agreement

Last year, Airborne Oil & Gas commenced its TCP riser qualification program. The technology is features fully bonded, free hanging composite risers with the aim of providing a disruptive new riser pipe technology for operators with international deepwater applications.

The program is aimed at qualifying the TCP Riser for dynamic deepwater applications, including for pre-salt and highly corrosive conditions.

Airborne Oil & Gas is exhibiting at Booth 1525 at OTC in Houston from 6-9 May 2019.

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