Yes, composites usage is thriving nowadays in one of the more traditional forms of energy—crude oil production. Glass-reinforced epoxy piping in diameters ranging from 2 to 40 inches proved itself decades ago as an excellent corrosion-resistant alternative in the oil patch to carbon steel pipe. For low, medium and high pressure pipe systems operating in harsh environments or transporting corrosive liquids like crude oil, salt water, sea water, waste water, sewage or other corrosive materials, composite pipe provides outstanding service, long life and maintenance-free service.