Subsea operations have become a major part of today's offshore oil and gas exploration and extraction processes.
More oil and gas companies are electing to construct subsea installations that transport oil directly from underwater extraction sites to land-based processing facilities—without ever bringing it to the surface. Other approaches physically separate oil and water, and then reintroduce it to the pipeline infrastructure instead of pumping it to an underwater drilling platform.
In any case, one thing is clear: subsea oil and gas equipment is exposed to some of the harshest and most demanding field conditions on the planet. Temperature extremes, high-pressure environments, chemical attacks, and corrosive agents are among the everyday perils your equipment faces. To meet these challenges, you need corrosion resistant marine coatings that are proven to extend equipment life and resist damage and degradation.