Aquaterra Energy launches new system

Aquaterra Energy, the global offshore energy engineering solutions, is bolstering its riser and connector portfolio with the addition of a completions and workover system that will specifically support carbon capture and storage (CCS) developments.
The end-to-end solution will allow operators to safely perform workover and intervention operations in low temperature and high-pressure CCS subsea sites, without concerns of gas leakage.
The solution will support international net zero ambitions as the IEA estimates annual CCS capacity will need to reach 1,286 Mt CO2 every year by 2030 to meet net zero by 2050.
The patent pending technology is designed to address the distinct issues and complexities that can occur when working with stored and pressurised CO2, for example, sweet corrosion and ultra-low temperatures that standard low-alloy carbon steels cannot safely deal with. The solution is based upon Aquaterra Energy’s unique and proven ISO13628-7 completion and workover riser system which incorporates the company’s proprietary AQC-CW connectors to reduce operational time and ensure complete system integrity. Aquaterra is extending this system design to provide the industry with a completion and workover riser that supports the CCS industry.
The technology will be manufactured in strict accordance with ISO13628-7 and will be deployable from a jack-up, semi-sub, or light-weight intervention vessel.

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