Tenaris invested more than $10M in developing Thor® 115 in 2018, a new steel alloy for tubulars with improved resistance to steam oxidation, longer material life and superior creep behavior.
Eni and Tenaris have presented the results of the first testing of premium connections performed in the tubular sector for Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS) applications at the Offshore Mediterranean Conference and Exhibition (OMC) in Ravenna, Italy, held September 28-30. Massimo Lanna, Tenaris Technical Sales Regional Director for Europe, CIS and Sub Saharan Africa, shares how working in close collaboration with customers like Eni can help advance the energy transition.
Tenaris is expanding its portfolio with the TN 80EY, a new proprietary seamless steel grade, qualified for NACE Region 3 applications. The new grade was developed with an improved burst compared to the L80-ICY, offering a cost-competitive alternative to the API T95 steel grade.
Tenaris has supplied Acceleware, a developer of clean-tech enhanced heavy oil recovery technology, with casing plus premium connections for its pilot project in central Alberta.
Alejandro Lammertyn, Tenaris Chief Digital and Information Officer, spoke about the value of digital solutions and how Tenaris is responding to customers’ needs during the World Oil and Gas Digitalization Virtual Summit.
Tenaris has renovated its corporate university, TenarisUniversity, incorporating robotics and virtual simulation technologies to its academic building in Campana, Argentina.
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