Fossil Energy – TCP Jumper
Strohm has supplied TotalEnergies with a thermoplastic composite pipe (TCP) Jumper, which has been commissioned in deep water (1600 m) in West Africa.
This installation has followed a rigorous testing program, during which TotalEnergies qualified the Netherlands-based company’s TCP Jumper for permanent subsea applications. All pre-deployment inspections and tests were successfully passed, certifying it for its full life cycle on schedule.
The installation of Strohm’s 5.2” ID, 340 bar design pressure TCP Jumper in the Egina field was supported by a local Nigerian subsea services provider.
The pipe’s lightweight properties allowed it to be transported by a small, multi-purpose vessel and installed by local contractors, greatly reducing carbon emissions and costs.