Transvac will be taking part in Subsea UK's flagship event, Subsea 2013, in Aberdeen.
"With no moving parts and no maintenance, Ejector technology is an ideal solution for subsea processing, says Peter Ainge, Transvac's Marketing Manager. "Our partnership with Subsea UK is an important one, and their flagship event, Subsea 2013 is a must for anyone working on this field. For Transvac it is a great opportunity to demonstrate the significant benefits of Ejector technology".
Transvac is a world leader in Ejector technology solutions for the subsea industry. Using IP gained over 35 years supported by a new state-of-the-art research, development and functional test facility, Transvac can provide innovative Ejector technology for subsea processing applications.
Operating mechanical equipment subsea requires huge amounts of energy, often megawatts of power. Ejector technology can operate using existing energy and therefore operating costs can be negligible. Mechanical equipment requires special designs for performing subsea. Ejector designs change very little whether subsea or topside.
Ejector technology will provide reliable performance at a fraction of the capital and operating costs of alternative rotating mechanical equipment. In many cases an Ejector can eliminate the need for rotating mechanical equipment if sufficient energy is available from the wells.
Transvac supplied the world's first subsea processing Ejector on the TORDIS project for Statoil.