Below is a list of technical feedback and important industry papers,
from Engineering bodies such as NACE
that relate to the use of DUOLINE,
supporting the high level of success experienced from the Duoline
Developments and Experience in non-metallic alternatives to combat corrosion in the oil and gas fields
This paper was prepared for presentation at the 2006 “Effective environment Management through Continual Corrosion Control” conference organized by the University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Bidholi, Dehradun in association with Society of Petroleum Engineers (North India Section) held in Bidholi, Dehradun, India, 25–26 November 2006.
“GRE Composite-Lined Tubular Products in Corrosive Service:
A Study in Workover Economics”
By Kenneth Ross of DUOLINE TECHNOLOGY, this paper summarizes
the economic benefit derived from use of DUOLINE products. More...
NACE paper no. 211, 1989
“ Liners for Oilfield,
Insert Liners for Oilfield Corrosion Protection.”
This paper covers the use of fibreglass-epoxy and PVC plastic insert
liners as an effective means of protecting steel tubulars from corrosion
in both surface and downhole applications.
NACE paper no. 70, 1992
“ Mitigation of Tubing
and Mandrel Failures in High Volume Gas-Lift Oil Wells, Thompson
Field, Fort Bend County, Texas.”
Four variations of API 8rd, J-55 couplings were evaluated for applications
with internally plastic coated (IPC) API J-55 grade tubing versus
one string of API 8rd J-55 grade tubing lined with the internal
fibreglass-epoxy insert liner. The internal fibreglass-epoxy proved
to be the most cost effective system for application in high volume,
high velocity gas lift well to combat erosion-corrosion in the subject
field test programme.
NACE paper no. 78, 1997
“ Use of Large Diameter
fibreglass Lined Tubing in Highly Deviated Offshore Water Injection
A review of alternative materials including a qualification test
programme for an offshore water injection well, Thevenard Island,
Western Australia. DUOLINE 20 proved to be the most cost-effective
alternative, and was installed in 3 wells in 1994.
NACE Standard RP0291-91
“ Care, Handling
and Installation of internally plastic coated oilfield tubular goods
Although the DUOLINE lining process is not similar to the IPC
coating process, many care and handling procedures described in
this document have value wen considering a DUOLINE system. In particular,
SECTION 7 OPERATION has very pertinent procedures for wireline operations.
Wireline operations can be damaging to any coating or lining system
if these precautions are not taken.
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