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Webinar - Near Net Shape (NNS) Technologies for the offshore industry, using HIP

Oil and gas production entails the use of materials in very harsh and demanding environments. There are several technologies employed to produce near net shape equipment components using Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) to ensure material properties, all of which can help reduce environmental impact and contribute to safe operations. If you are involved in the oil and gas industry or would just like to learn more about NNS technologies and to find out how HIP solves the issue for the industry this is the webinar for you.

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