Polyflow to Exhibit at the 2014 OKC Oilfield Expo

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Stop by Booth 418 to see why over three million feet of Polyflow’s Thermoflex® pipe has been laid in the Permian Basin alone over the past two years

Polyflow, LLC, a leading manufacturer of spoolable pipe for transporting hydrocarbons, today announced it will exhibit at the 2014 OKC Oilfield Expo, a premier event for oil and gas professionals and Oklahoma’s largest oil show. The 2014 OKC Oilfield Expo is being held at the COX Convention Center in Oklahoma City on October 1st – 2nd.

Thermoflex®, Polyflow’s reinforced thermoplastic pipe (RTP), will be on display at the booth. Thermoflex is flexible and lightweight, making it safer, easier and faster to install than conventional steel pipe because it requires no welding or heavy equipment. Thermoflex also requires no corrosion inhibitors or constant pigging to keep lines clear, even with the harshest well fluids. This combination of benefits has allowed Polyflow to help its customers in the Permian Basin, and now Oklahoma, cut capital and operating expenses.

“As the piping industry continue to evolve, it’s important for oil and gas professionals to come together to discuss new technologies that can help increase profitability, productivity and safety in their trade,” said Jim Medalie, CEO of Polyflow. “The 2014 OKC Oilfield Expo enables us to discuss how we can solve challenges related to gathering lines, saltwater disposal, and enhanced oil recovery with innovative operators in the booming Mid-Continent region.”

Polyflow will be exhibiting at Booth #418. To schedule an appointment to meet with the team at the show, please contact Lindsay(at)0to5(dot)com.

About Polyflow, LLC:
Polyflow, LLC. engineers, manufactures and markets reinforced thermoplastic pipe (RTP) for the oil and gas exploration and production industry. We have developed a unique process to bond different polymers together and reinforce them with aramid reinforcement to create pipe with high pressure capabilities, significant reductions in pressure drop versus steel, corrosion resistant to the fluids and gases associated with the oil and gas market, and continuous spooled light weight lengths to dramatically reduce installation costs.

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