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AIS awarded another custom coating project offshore Brazil

This is another significant contract award for our field-proven solution ContraTherm® C25 which will provide flow assurance to a SURF development.

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AIS is delighted to announce that we have been awarded a significant offshore contract as part of a SURF development for a pre-salt field in the Santos Basin.

The provision is for ContraTherm® C25 insulation of pipeline end terminations (PLETs), inline anchors (ILAs) and jumpers. Significantly, the scope is the first custom coating project to be managed and run by a full Brazilian crew.

C25 is our flexible subsea solution. It was selected due to its ability to provide flow assurance to complex subsea equipment, even in high-pressure and high-temperature environments. Water depths for this field are around 2,000 metres, making C25 an ideal solution.

Business Development Manager Guilherme Martins had this to say:

“This SURF custom coating contract is the third of this kind in Brazil and the second for the same customer. Whilst solidifying the reputation of our high quality, high performance and practical solution, this scope makes C25 even more desirable when it comes to winning similar contracts in a booming market.”

Work will be completed throughout several campaigns, and the lead time is planned for May 2024.

If you have a requirement for C25 subsea insulation, contact our expert team today to discuss your latest project.

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