Baker Hughes Launches New Reinforced Thermoplastic Pipe Technology

Baker Hughes announced the launch of its new PythonPipe™ portfolio, the latest in reinforced thermoplastic pipe (RTP) technology that enables faster installation, reduced time to first production and lower lifecycle emissions.

Offering up to 60% reduction in installation time and at one-fifth the cost of comparative steel installation, the PythonPipe portfolio consists of American Petroleum Institute 15s qualified, flexible and non-metallic RTP with an extensive selection of sizes, materials and liner options.

Achieving up to 75% reduction in carbon emissions throughout its lifecycle, up to 80% reduction in maintenance costs and up to 60% reduction in crew required, PythonPipe enables both efficient and sustainable operations.

Courtesy of Baker Hughes.

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