February 2020, Vol. 247, No. 2

Tech Notes

All-Polymer Connector Delivered to 3 Operators

By Del Williams, Technical Writer Subsea pipelines polymer-lining specialist Swagelining installed its LinerBridge connector technology for the first time within pipeline bundles at one of Equinor’s developments in the Norwegian North Sea.  The installation was followed by a second project for reeled tie-ins for Wintershall Dea’s Nova water injection pipeline in the Norwegian North Sea and again at Ithaca Energy’s Cook Field in the North Sea. The technology increases the cost-effectiveness and lowers complexity of polymer-lining systems, enabling a step change in tackling costly internal corrosion of pipelines and risers. LinerBridge is an altern

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