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Hayward Tyler work closely with the world's leading experts in oil and gas exploration. The search for new natural resources is more challenging than ever before and operators rely on entire networks of specialists to provide the technology to meet their objectives.
Hayward Tyler developed the first submersible motor almost 100 years ago. This technology has evolved many times since then and today leads the field of submersible motor technology, enabling our customers to explore deeper underwater than ever before. High power, high voltage and high pressure - these specifications are commonplace and Hayward Tyler are able to meet all these requirements and more.
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Hayward Tyler, a leading manufacturer of pumps and motors for the power industry, has announced that it has received an order from Aker Kvaerner Subsea for three 2500 kW subsea motors for deployment on the Statoil Tyrihans project.
Aker Kvaerner is a leading provider of surface and subsea solutions for the oil and gas industry and have selected Hayward Tyler to supply subsea motors to drive their seawater injection pumps on the Tyrihans project in the Norwegian Sea.
The Aker Kvaerner injection pumps combined with the Hayward Tyler subsea motors will inject raw seawater for pressure support and stabilisation of the oil zone. The pumps will operate at depths of 285 metres with a 40km step out from the Kirsten platform.
The qualified Hayward Tyler design for the 2500 kW variable speed, super synchronous motor will operate at speeds ranging from 2500 to 4000 rpm. The subsea motors will likewise feature increased insulation of 11 kV owing to the electrical challenges of the environment in which they are to operate.
Product and Market Development Manager, Oil and Gas at Hayward Tyler, stated:
"The Hayward Tyler engineered subsea motor has been developed to incorporate robust technology with simplicity so as to best meet the latest subsea technical challenges of oil exploration. This contract award is particularly rewarding given the 'in depth' analysis of the motor design by Statoil - it is a reflection of our engineering capability, and the confidence Aker Kvaerner Subsea and Statoil have in Hayward Tyler."