Expert Access: HMPE Rope Technology Enables Deeper and Safer Operations

July 17, 2013

This event aired on August 20, 2013 Click to Access

The offshore oil and gas industry continues moving into deeper waters, creating challenges in operations that would be common place in shallow-water projects. New synthetic materials have overcome the limitations of steel-wire rope and make good economic sense for many deepwater applications.

Join Justin Gilmore of Samson Rope Technologies to discuss and answer questions on rope use in the offshore industry and how new materials are enabling the industry’s reach into deeper water.


Justin Gilmore

Justin Gilmore is technical sales manager for the Offshore Business Unit of Samson Rope Technologies with over 23 years in the synthetic rope industry. He has an extensive background in synthetic rope design, manufacturing processes, quality programs, and application engineering with many field related publications and patents.

Published: Tuesday, August 20, 2013 11 AM CST
Categories: Deepwater Engineering


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