Tenaris will present its comprehensive solutions of products and services for offshore applications at the Marine, Construction & Engineering Deepwater Development (MCEDD) in London from March 28 to 30. MCEDD is recognized as the leading conference addressing technical issues related to engineering, development, and production of oil and gas in deep and ultra-deepwater arenas around the world.
Deepwater production has played a significant role in meeting global energy demand in recent decades and will to continue to do so in the future. However, the industry faces a number of challenges, including the high costs of exploration and development, the technical complexity of operating in deepwater environments, regulatory challenges, and the need to ensure the safety and environmental performance of operations.
Tenaris experts from its line pipe team will detail how the company can support customers’ complex projects for energy security and address energy transition challenges through its integrated portfolio of products and services backed by an extensive track record and key investments across its manufacturing facilities.
Visit us at our stand and attend our presentation on March 29, at 11:20 a.m. session.
Emanuele Paravicini Bagliani, Tenaris line pipe product senior manager, will give a speech about recent high strength steel development for offshore pipelines during session 2 of the conference’s panel on pipelines, flowlines and risers. “The technological evolution in the offshore sector is trending towards an increased use of high strength steels, from grade X65 to X80, for both risers and flowlines. This trend is supported by economical and technical reasons and makes the exploration of fields once considered too challenging feasible. We’ve evaluated the economic benefits related to the increase of line pipe grades from 65 to 80 ksi and we’ll present recent improvements in the development of high strength quenched and tempered seamless pipes,” said Paravicini Bagliani.
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