Trelleborg Showcases Subsea Solutions at Atlantic Canada Petroleum Show
Trelleborg’s offshore operation will showcase its innovative range of high performance subsea solutions designed to bridge the gap between cost and performance at the Atlantic Canada Petroleum Show in St. John’s in Newfoundland including buoyancy solutions
, cable and flowline protection
and thermal insulation
Located on stand 1112, the company aims to highlight some of the ways in which attendees can lower project costs through collaboration and innovation, optimize productivity and retain competitiveness in the current market.
Sarah Lehman, Business Development Manager of Trelleborg’s offshore operation in Houston, states: “Adversity creates innovation and brings people together. With less activity in the industry, people have more time to investigate solutions and are more receptive to new innovations. Forward thinking companies are taking the time to develop strategic partnerships that highlight the strengths of each company to develop innovative solutions to meet the customer’s needs.
“One of the ways we find and develop these relationships is at exhibitions such as ACPS. The exhibition provides an ideal platform for Trelleborg to foster these relationships directly with industry professionals to gain insight into what is required now and in the future.”
In addition, Trelleborg will give visitors to ACPS a firsthand look at innovative subsea solutions and will showcase samples of its popular Vikotherm™ range of thermal insulation materials.
Sarah continues: “Our Vikotherm™ insulation range ensures superior joint strength, improved thermal conductivity and heat capacity, as well as flexibility and resistance to the hydrostatic collapse of flowlines. As environments offshore grow harsher, high performance insulation solutions become increasingly more important to ensuring optimum uptime and efficiency.”
Attendees will also get the opportunity to explore other subsea solutions such as Ballast Uraduct®
, a protection system designed to be used to add submerged weight to a cable or flowline and the new Standardized Buoyancy Module System, developed to reduce lead times for customers.
The Atlantic Canada Petroleum Show, formerly known as the Offshore Newfoundland Petroleum Show, has been a mainstay event in the Atlantic Region for over 20 years. The show celebrates the technology, people and projects of Canada’s offshore oil & gas industry.
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