Airborne Oil & Gas (AOG), a manufacturer of thermoplastic composite pipes (TCP), has secured a second award from Anasuria Operating Company (AOC) to deliver a second high-flow TCP jumper spool in the central North Sea.
AOG said on Monday that the contract would see the company supply a 345psi-rated gas lift jumper to support the AOC’s operations in the Guillemot field, some 175 kilometers east of Aberdeen.
This is the second deal between the company and AOC. Under the first deal, AOG supplied Anasuria with a gas lift TCP Jumper along with connectors and ballast equipment.
The new TCP jumper spool will be manufactured at its facility in IJmuiden, in the Netherlands, in preparation for deployment this summer.
According to the company, this is the third TCP jumper spool that AOG supplied for permanent installation in the North Sea region within the last three years. The first was delivered to Chevron’s Alder project in 2016.
AOG chief commercial officer, Martin van Onna, said: “Securing a second contract with AOC validates the value our TCP products are delivering to the independent operators and further consolidates our presence in the North Sea in line with our international strategic goals.”
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