Airborne Oil & Gas' TCP Received TRL7 Status for Hydrocarbon Service

December 16 2019

Petronas did the assessment of Airborne’s thermoplastic composite pipes, which have achieved Technology Readiness Level 7. In 2017, Petronas was the world’s first operator to install TCP Flowline for a hydrocarbon service application, and they have closely monitored the performance of the flowline for the past two years.

As the non-corroding TCP Flowline has performed well, Petronas now concluded that TCP is accepted for use within the company and fit for the intended purpose of hydrocarbon service. With TCP Flowline reducing Total Installed Cost and Life Cycle Cost dramatically, Airborne is confident to be working together in future.

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