Rolled Alloys Services the Oil & Gas Industry

With a broad selection of corrosion resistant and heat resistant alloys, the oil and gas market is a good fit for Rolled Alloys.  What you may not know is that Rolled Alloys also offers conversion services, alloy performance data, and even contract management.  In an attempt to better serve these markets we have created two line cards; one showing topside/subsea alloys and services and the other showing downhole alloys and services.  

If you are not familiar with the oil and gas industry, the offshore industry typically includes both topsides and subsea applications.  The term topside refers to any equipment that is above the surface of the ocean water.  The large oil rigs with flare tips on the gulf coast are good examples of the vastness of the topside industry.  Subsea refers to any pipework or other equipment that is below the surface of the water, but also above the ground.  As production demands increase, more equipment, such as separators, heat exchangers, BOP's and other large equipment is now located on the ocean floor.  This area of the oil and gas production uses alloys that will resist the corrosion caused by chlorides in the seawater.  

The downhole portion of oil and gas includes anything below the ground.  In the exploration, drilling and completion stages, there are many age hardenable alloys used to remove the rock and dirt.

During production there are many valves to control the flow of oil and gas. 

Here are the two line cards that explain more how Rolled Alloys is involved.  

Offshore (topsides and downhole) Linecard
Downhole Linecard