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CRP Subsea launches subsea Motion Stabiliser technology for cables, umbilicals and flowlines

CRP Subsea is launching its new Motion Stabiliser technology, specifically designed to protect cables, umbilicals and flowlines from motion instability and damage from uncontrolled movement. Engineered to mitigate instability in both axial and lateral directions, theMotion Stabiliser design includes customizable fins that anchor into the seabed, increasing overall resistance. “Through ongoing collaboration with our customers, we understand that on-bottom stability, axial walking and lateral sliding can be real issues. Irrespective of the phenomenon causing the instability, our latest innovation Motion Stabiliser is designed to control movement, keeping cables, umbilicals and flowlines in their laid location where desired or allowing movement when needed, reducing the risk of damage or undue stresses,” said Paul Louvain-Walters, Business Group Manager (Elastomers) for CRP Subsea. ...

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BP achieves early first gas at Matapal in Trinidad

Matapal is expected to deliver 250-350 million standard cu ft/day into the Trinidad gas market from resources discovered by the Savannah exploration well drilled in 2017, the operator said in a statement. Gas from this project will be pooled with production from other BP fields to be used as feedstock for the country’s ammonia, methanol and LNG plants, as well as for power generation.

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Tendeka secures $30 million in new wells contracts

Global completions specialist Tendeka has secured more than $30 million worth of international contracts within the last quarter which will cover the next three years. In addition to this unplanned revenue, the company has won long-term work with operators for its swellable packers and sand and inflow control technologies across key energy hubs, including the North Sea, Australasia and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). Tendeka is also delivering its first significant FloSure autonomous inflow control devices (AICDs) campaign in the United States, following a successful trial earlier this year. “To secure a number of multi-year, international agreements is always satisfying, but even more so with what the industry has been going through over the last 18 months. It has been ...

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