NEW DELHI- ONGC has successfully completed the laying of 1900 meters of alternate line pipe material for transportation of produced well fluids and produced water in Rajahmundry Asset. The use of Reinforced Thermoplastic Pipes (RTP) is a world-class technology that is helpful in areas prone to high corrosion.
The project involved laying 3 different segments, 2 segments of gas lines in Mori Field and 1 segment of oil line in Gopavaram Field. The assessment of the scope and execution was entrusted to Rajahmundry C&M Section, Engineering Services.
This initiative is in line with ONGC’s mission to use advanced technology for efficient and sustainable operations.
ONGC has always been at the forefront of adopting advanced technologies to improve its operational efficiency and sustainability. This project is another example of the company’s commitment to using world-class technology to achieve its goals.
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What is Reinforced Thermoplastic Pipes (RTP) in the oil and gas industry
RTPs are a type of plastic piping that are reinforced with high-strength fibers, such as glass or aramid, to provide additional strength and durability. They have become increasingly popular in the oil and gas industry due to their ability to withstand high pressures and temperatures, as well as their resistance to corrosion and erosion.
Compared to traditional steel pipes, RTPs are lighter, easier to install, and require less maintenance, making them a more cost-effective solution for pipeline transportation. In addition, they have a longer lifespan, reducing the need for frequent replacements and minimizing the impact on the environment.
Overall, the use of RTPs in the oil and gas industry allows for more efficient and sustainable operations, aligning with the mission of companies like ONGC to use advanced technology to achieve their goals.
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ONGC Limited- ONGC, which stands for Oil and Natural Gas Corporation, is India’s largest oil and gas exploration and production company. The company was established in 1956 and is headquartered in Dehradun, India. ONGC is a state-owned enterprise and operates under the administrative control of the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas.
ONGC is responsible for exploring and producing oil and gas in India and abroad. The company has a vast network of oil and gas fields, refineries, and pipelines, and it is engaged in various activities such as exploration, production, refining, transportation, and marketing of oil and gas products.
ONGC is also involved in the production of petrochemicals, fertilizers, and other chemicals. The company has a significant presence in the international market and gas exploration and production projects in several countries such as Russia, Vietnam, Sudan, Iran, and Myanmar.
ONGC is committed to promoting sustainable development and is actively involved in various social and environmental initiatives. The company has received several awards and recognition for its contribution to sustainable development and corporate social responsibility.
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