CermaClad technology will unlock projects: MesoCoat
Apr 29, 2013 | 05:04 PM
| Thorsten Schier
NEW YORK MesoCoat Inc.s recently opened pipe-coating facility in Euclid, Ohio, is developing CermaClad technology that could unlock oil and gas projects in corrosive environments now held back by a dearth of clad pipe, executives say.
"Some of (the fields) have huge flow-rates, huge reserves, and theyre locked in because of no clad," Robert Miller, chief executive officer of MesoCoats Miami-based parent company, Abakan Inc., told AMM on the sidelines of the facilitys official opening ceremony. "They (large oil and gas companies) are finding more deep reserves than ever before. The bottleneck is still what we do." ....
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