PPIM Contra – call for papers
PPIM Contra – call for papers

Hydratight secures four-year Statoil contract

Hydratight has secured a four-year contract to supply products, services, and management to Statoil for remote pipeline repairs worldwide.

Hydratight will supply mechanical-connector products, services, and contract management for Statoil’s Pipeline Repair and Subsea Intervention Pool (PRSI) members.

The company’s MORGRIP® contingency connectors will become the primary mechanical repair method.

Hydratight will also provide new remote pipeline-repair solutions and engineering support.

Hydratight’s Regional Leader Alain Wald said “Statoil manages more than 15,000 km of subsea pipeline in the North Sea alone. We’re delighted to agree a new contract which means we will provide connectors to the PRSI Pool for a considerable time.

“Statoil sets the standard for PRSI and we’ve been proud to support the model.

“We believe in our expertise and equipment and will continue to build on our strong track record and relationship with Statoil.”

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The initial contract is for four years, and there is the possibility of a further three-year extension.

Hydratight provides bolted-joint solutions and machining services, plus innovative mechanical weldless connectors to the oil and gas, nuclear, wind, and aerospace industries.

The company has supplied more than 2,800 MORGRIP® connectors to companies around the world as a permanent pipeline repair solution, including DNV GL and ABS.

For more information visit the Hydratight website.

If you have a product you would like covered in Pipelines International contact Assistant Editor Nick Lovering at nlovering@gs-press.com.au

Images courtesy of Hydratight

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