CRP Subsea has successfully delivered contracts providing more than 500 Rotating Buoyancy Modules (RBMs), which adds to previous deliveries that have been installed and successfully operating for the past 3 years.
CRP Subsea has made a large-scale investment in a new manufacturing facility to support their transition from primarily oil & gas into the renewables market.
CRP Subsea and Hellenic Cables have completed dynamic cable testing at the University of Exeter, as part of the EU-funded MaRINET2 research programme. Testing confirms CRP Subsea’s Bend Stiffener prolongs the fatigue life of a power cable.
CRP Subsea (formerly Trelleborg Offshore UK) were awarded a contract by Hellenic Cables, the cable segment of Cenergy Holdings, to supply three different types of cable ancillary products. These have now been successfully installed offshore...
CRP Subsea is launching its new Motion Stabiliser technology, specifically designed to protect cables, umbilicals and flowlines from motion instability and damage from uncontrolled movement.
CRP Subsea has successfully delivered a contract providing more than 140 Distributed Buoyancy Modules (DBMs), which are understood to be the biggest in the world.
CRP Subsea was recently awarded a major contract to provide Distributed Buoyancy Modules (DBMs) for what is thought to be the world’s deepest-ever Flexible Riser, complementing an earlier successful delivery in 2020.
CRP Subsea has been awarded two contracts by Ørsted to provide NjordGuard, a cable protection system, for the Borkum Riffgrund 3 and Gode Wind 3 offshore windfarms to be located in the German North Sea.
As the oil and gas industry moves further offshore into increasingly hostile and more remote places, modern field developers are requiring flowline designs that are longer with larger diameters, and which are lighter, running at higher temperatures.