A LEADING developer of technology for the energy industry will showcase its pipeline technology during what is recognised as the world’s largest subsea exhibition and conference next month.
Aberdeenshire-based Paradigm Flow Services is preparing to take part in the conference programme of Subsea Expo 2016 which will run at Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre from February 3rd to 5th.
Subsea engineering team lead Angus Macaulay will deliver to delegates a presentation entitled ‘Free the Pigs: Location and removal of a stuck pig from an export pipeline’.
On Thursday, February 4th at 10.30am, he will share experience gained from a job to remove a stuck pig from an export line onshore in Scotland using the company’s revolutionary Pipe-Pulse technology which provides a non-intrusive method of unblocking subsea flowlines.
Angus Macaulay joined Paradigm Flow Services in 2012 in the role of subsea technician and has been involved in a variety of Pipe-Pulse projects worldwide.
He now runs the project management team based at the company’s headquarters in Drumoak, Aberdeenshire, and assists in the development of the innovative technology for which the company is renowned.
Commenting on the presentation, Angus Macaulay said: “Keeping oil flowing is crucial to the economic operation of North Sea assets and we look forward to sharing with delegates some of the knowledge gained during this recent project.”
To find out more about Subsea Expo 2016, visit www.subseaexpo.com
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