February 2023, Vol. 250, No. 2


Contracts in the News February 2023


Caption: Strohm’s second ExxonMobil Guyana contract deploying its TCP ‘Jumper on Demand’ service will see the pipes terminated and mated to the subsea connectors in-country. (Photo: Strohm 

Strohm Wins ‘Jumper on Demand’ Contract for ExxonMobil 

Strohm announced that has secured a second contract with ExxonMobil to supply more than 24 of its TCP “Jumper on Demand” models for its Uaru field development situated offshore Guyana. 

The latest award, which is subject to government approval of the project and a final investment decision, marks the largest commercial agreement in Strohm’s 15-year history, the company said. Strohm previously won a contract for the Yellowtail development, also in offshore Guyana. 

The TCP bound will be produced at Strohm’s manufacturing facility at its headquarters in the Netherlands and will be used for water and gas (WAG) injection. The technology will be supplied to ExxonMobil Guyana in a single continuous length along with associated pipe handling equipment. 

This concept and delivery method allows the individual 24-plus jumpers to be cut to the desired length, terminated, and tested onsite. The jumpers, made of carbon fiber and PA12 polymer, will be installed at depths over 1,700 meters operating at approximately of 10,000 psi, Strohm said. 

The company said use of its TCP can help customers reduce the CO2 footprint of their pipeline infrastructure. 

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