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A new technology for the production of composite pipes has been created in Russia

2020-05-13 12:31

A new technology for the production of composite pipes has been created in Russia

The specialists of Composites of Russia have successfully mastered the new technology of production of composite pipes for use in production at fields with hard-to-recover oil. The production will provide Russia with the replacement of foreign technologies and will make it possible to refuse importing a wide range of pipes.

The use of modern technologies to increase safety and economic efficiency in oil and hydrocarbon production and transportation will be achieved by increasing the percentage of use of composite pipes at Russian fuel and energy facilities.

The improved characteristics of composite materials make it possible to operate at high temperatures and pressures. These advantages make it possible to use pipes manufactured by Composites of Russia at great depths, in formations and in abnormally high temperature conditions.

According to Vladimir Neluba, Director of Composites of Russia, the Arctic region may become the main place of application of the company's products. Its difficult climatic conditions and peculiarities of mineral extraction will be a challenge for the whole complex of production enterprises in Russia, as well as the key to ensuring the development of the region, which is important for Russia.

Despite the positive attitude of Composites of Russia representatives, the development of the Arctic region may be difficult due to the outbreak of COVID-19. Lower transportation of goods and general decline in consumer demand, as well as a serious weakening of the economy may lead to a decline in investment and development of the strategic region.

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Author: Viktor Karasev

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