Shawcor Presentation at CORROSION 2020
Long-Term Performance of a Subsea Wet Insulation Material at 180 °C Continuous Operating Temperature
Non-Metallics for Chemical and Mineral Processing and Oil and Gas Production
Thursday, March 19, 2020, 10:10 a.m. - 10:35 a.m.
Eileen Wan,Technology Group Manager – Polymer Compounds – Research and Development
As subsea oil and gas exploration goes to deeper water depths, there is a greater need for pipeline wet insulation materials capable of withstanding higher operating temperatures, >150 °C. At these extreme temperatures, the list of suitable polymeric materials is limited. One such material has been assessed in long-term tests for 12 months at elevated temperature and pressure in seawater, according to ISO 12736, as well as 12-month nitrogen exposure tests at elevated temperature. The performance of this new material under this harsh exposure regimen is presented and evaluated.
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