combination of stress corrosion resistance, low density,
low modulus and non-magnetic properties possessed by
titanium alloys makes many of them suitable for service in
sour conditions. Titanium has been successfully used in a
variety of sour service applications in the drilling,
logging and production phases of the oilfield industry.
Sour service environments are defined by NACE
International specification MR0175 as "fluids containing
water and hydrogen sulphide (H2S) that is at a total
pressure of 0.4MPa (65psia) or greater, and if the partial
pressure of hydrogen sulphide in the gas is greater than
" We also produce as per ONGC Spec 2004 - A & EIL GS - 8
Annexture 1 Rev 5 "