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Oliver Valvetek wins a multi-million-pound export order to manufacture Subsea Gate Valves

Manufacturing capacity, engineering excellence and client required product qualifications were the key drivers to securing the order, and it was placed on an expedited delivery with the first shipments due to leave the UK at the end of January 2024.

The order that includes a mix of ½” Hydraulic, ½”Manual and 1″ hydraulic Gate Valves which required extremely demanding and specialist client driven qualification testing. This was successfully completed by Oliver Valvetek engineers at our state-of-the-art Research and Development facility in Knutsford, England.

A total of 480 Gate Valves will be manufactured in Inconel 625 and Super Duplex materials and shipped directly to a tree manufacturer in Brazil where final assembly into twenty Subsea Christmas Trees will take place.

For more information on Subsea valves, contact Oliver Valvetek on +44 (0)1565 632 636 or email |

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Oliver Hydcovalves welcomes Turkey distributor

Oliver Hydcovalves welcomes Turkey distributor, Delta Vana, to its UK factory and Research & Development Centre. The visit was a great opportunity for Hydcovalves to share its Hydrogen valve technology and testing achievements of a rapidly developing range of valves specific to Hydrogen and Carbon Capture and Storage applications.

The Hydcovalves team led by Product Manager, Keiran Heatley, and Goker Yildiri of Delta Vana, together discussed the growing opportunities within the Green Energy sector and how well-placed both companies are to maximise on these, which is hugely exciting.

Working closely on future projects, both teams will collaborate on specific valve specifications with technical expertise provided by Oliver Research & Development Manager, David Twigg.

Oliver Hydcovalves is working with companies around the world involved in Hydrogen systems and Carbon Capture applications. If you want more information about valve solutions and expertise for renewable energy projects, contact the Oliver Hydcovalves team.

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Oliver Valves to supply Malaysia’s first Carbon Capture & Sequestration (CCS) project

The Kasawari Phase 2 project is located 200km off the coast of Bintulu, Sarawak in water depths of around 100 metres. The offshore platform is expected to reduce carbon dioxide emissions emitted from flaring by 3.3 million tonnes per year, making it one of the world’s largest CCS projects.

Successful design, testing and manufacturing of our high-performance instrumentation and subsea pipeline valves for Hydrogen and CCS applications is being adopted at scale by the world’s leading energy producing companies such as Petronas.

For more information about valve solutions and expertise for renewable energy projects, contact Oliver Valves on +44 (0)1565 632 636 or email |