Push limits embrace possibilities


Your next big opportunity may lie 10,000 feet (3,000 meters) below the sea. That means higher pressures and possibly hot and sour well conditions – with longer tiebacks. What materials offer the right cost-benefit equation to ensure safe and reliable production for many years to come? As subsea fields move into deeper and harsher waters, our job is to amplify the possibilities for you.


In fact, we welcome these challenges and strive to be at your side, enabling your success. It’s how we have been supporting the oil and gas industry for more than 50 years – listening, developing and providing advanced corrosion-resistant alloys and other high-performance materials for tube, pipe, control lines, welding products and powder-based hot isostatic pressed (HIP) products.

When we say, “We help you get there,” we are stating our commitment to helping you overcome the many obstacles you face when engineering subsea infrastructure. So whether you’re designing next-generation umbilicals, manifolds, valves, risers or more, let’s talk possibilities.

Corrosion knowledge

Materials used in oil and gas extraction are often affected by several different types of corrosion, such as pitting, crevice corrosion and stress corrosion cracking (SCC).