Located off the North East Coast of East Anglia, UK in the North Sea, the Clipper South gas field and its wellhead platform have been developed using Tratos Oil & Gas Cables to the value of several million Euros.
Clipper South is a substantial gas field with a wellhead platform tied by 12” pipeline to Conoco/BP’s LOGGS Platform from where gas is exported onshore to Theddlethorpe Gas Terminal, 100km away.
As part of ongoing development work, including new production wells, Tratos Oil & Gas Cables have been used extensively throughout the field to supply power, control and signalling. Cables supplied include low and medium voltage power, control and instrumentation cables, including fire resistant variants, plus submarine and umbilical cables.
Renown for quality, durability and innovation within the oil and gas industry, in which it has operated for over 40 years, Tratos cables are available to meet numerous standards, including Lloyd’s, plus American, British and European standards BS6883, NEK 606 & UKOOA.
Tratos Oil & Gas Cables have been used extensively across the globe in both offshore and on-shore applications, such as Phase 1 of the Jasmine discovery in the UK, Kashagan Oil Field in Kazakhstan, Alba Marina FSO vessel and Rospo Mare B Platform in the Adriatic Sea.
Tratos sells cables to 52 countries worldwide and has facilities covering a total area of 50,000 square meters, where it produces all elements of its cables including conductors, insulating compounds, fibre optics and finished cables.
As you would expect from one of the world’s leading cable manufactures, Tratos cables are produced using high grade component parts and include recyclable materials where possible. High quality customer service is vital element of the Tratos offering, ensuring customer requirements are met regardless of country of origin.