Strohm provides TCP jumpers for an offshore project Deepwater Sabah, Malaysia.
This is the second time the firm’s technology has become a permanent application in the region.
A TCP Flowline was previously installed for Petronas’ operations in 2017 in the shallow water, West Lutong field.
The Netherlands’ headquartered business will supply two, 150-meter-long TCP Jumpers through its Jumper on Demand concept.
In the last 12 months, Strohm has secured a series of new business wins adding to an already healthy order book with contracts in the pipeline to deliver around 20km in total of its spoolable, lightweight product.
The company is also developing solutions for the emerging sectors of carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) and Hydrogen on the basis that installation of its TCP delivers a 50% lower carbon footprint compared to conventional steel alternatives.