Installing Pipelines in Our Marine Environments

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Installing Pipelines in Our Marine Environments

Laying pipe on the seafloor can pose a number of challenges, especially if the water is deep. There are three main ways that subsea pipe is laid: S-lay, J-lay and tow-in. The pipe lay vessel is integral to the success of the installation. Buoyancy affects the pipe lay process. In the water, the pipe weighs

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Which Submar Mat is Best for Your Project?

A Guide to Our Articulating Concrete Revetment Mattresses From land to water to deserts, Submar has a solution to fit your pipeline project in any terrain. Our articulating concrete revetment mats are a cost-effective and long-term solution for protecting your pipelines and remediating erosion issues. Submar’s mats consist of flexible concrete elements connected by ultraviolet

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How Submar Helps Subsea Pipelines Stay Safe and Functional

 The Gulf of Mexico is one of the busiest shipping lines in the world. It’s also crisscrossed with miles of subsea pipelines. The northern Gulf, where both pipelines and vessel traffic are most concentrated, offers the oil and gas companies complicated problems. Marine pipelines’ most serious risks come from collisions with anchors and fishing nets,

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