Tubing must be adequately strong to resist loads

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Tubing must be adequately strong to resist loads

Tubing is the conduit through which oil and gas are brought from the producing formations to the field surface facilities for processing.

Tubing must be adequately strong to resist loads

Tubing pipe must be adequately strong to resist loads and deformations associated with production and workovers. Further, tubing must be sized to support the expected rates of production of oil and gas. Clearly, tubing pipe  that is too small restricts production and subsequent economic performance of the well. Tubing that is too large, however, may have an economic impact beyond the cost of the tubing string itself, because the tubing size will influence the overall casing design of the well.Our tubing pipes are manufactured according to API grades and also in proprietary grades including sour and high collapse products for special applications. Our proprietary grades allow us to offer the best solutions for each customer’s particular well conditions.

All of our tubular products are manufactured to the most exacting quality standards. We hold a global ISO 9001 registration for our operations, which follow a uniform quality policy and apply a rigorous quality management system.

2017-09-29T16:55:19+08:00 October 16th, 2017|