Ejector solutions provider Transvac will be showcasing the very latest in flare gas recovery, production boosting and sand slurry pumping next week at Offshore Europe, Aberdeen.

“The past few months have been very exciting for us, and we look forward to another great show in Aberdeen,” says David Ainge, sales and marketing director. “Meeting with our clients face to face is very rewarding as many engineers are yet to grasp the wide range of Ejector applications available to them.

“The advantages of this technology – no moving parts, no maintenance, no running costs etc. – sells itself. Now, with the opening of our R&D test facility last year, we can offer a whole new level of comfort to our clients. We can prove our technology, the clients can come and witness it, and we can offer performance mapping for peace of mind going forward.”

Earlier this year, Transvac completed a comprehensive test program for FMC technologies, for pressure boosting and flushing Jet Pumps for Petrobras’ Marlim subsea separation project.

This is was the first time FMC has turned to Transvac for a custom designed ejector solution. The relationship began with the highly successful TORDIS project – the qorld’s first full-field subsea separation system with boosting and injection, for which Transvac supplied a super duplex ejector.

Transvac jet pumps for Marlim include special ceramic wear-resistant internals and underwent full flow performance mapping using Transvac’s R&D facility flow loop system.

The Marlim project consists of a subsea separation system designed to separate water from oil, gas and sediments and re-injects the separated water into the water reservoir. The oil, gas and sediments are then routed to the host platform topside.

The separation system will be installed in Marlim field, which is located in Campos Basin, at a water depth of 870m.

Transvac will be exhibiting on Stand 4D35.