Hayward Tyler in FSubsea’s Subsea Boosting Project

A subsea technology spin-off from Norwegian firm Fuglesangs, FSubsea, has formed a strategic alliance agreement with Hayward Tyler to adopt Hayward Tyler’s subsea motor technology as part of the innovative FSubsea Hydromag autonomous subsea boosting development programme.

FSubsea has earlier this year signed an agreement with Aker BP, Lundin and NOV to develop and test a full-scale prototype of the world’s most autonomous boosting system.

The prototype will now be tested offshore following factory acceptance testing, and as a result of this the Hayward Tyler motor and qualified penetrator technology has been selected for adoption to support the subsea deployment of the system.

“The FSubsea order for the Hayward Tyler penetrators reflects the strong collaboration and confidence in their respective technologies that both businesses believe hold the key to unlocking single and multi-phase boosting solutions for a far wider number of subsea wells than can currently be economically accessed using existing technologies,” Hayward Tyler said.

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