Okeanus Boosts Rental Equipment

Okeanus Boosts Rental Equipment

Okeanus Science and Technology (Okeanus) has acquired new 12-position water sampling rosette and 10-liter water ...

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Highlights of the Week

Highlights of the week

Subsea World News has put together a recap of the most interesting articles from the previous week (May 18 – May ...

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IRM Systems Launches Houston Base

Danny Ling, Houston General Manager

Pipeline engineering specialist, IRM Systems, has opened a new operations base in Houston. The new Houston base ...

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Viper Subsea JIP Partner Deploys V-LIM

Viper Subsea JIP Partner Deploys V-LIM in North Sea

One of the sponsors of Viper Subsea’s Join Industry Project (JIP) to develop the company’s V-IR Subsea Integrity ...

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Sabella to Install Subsea Cable for D10 Tidal Turbine

Sabella to Install Subsea Cable for D10 Tidal Turbine

French tidal energy developer, Sabella, has contracted Bourbon’s Argonaute vessel for the installation of the ...

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Seafloor-Mounted Sonars for Fish Survey in Gulf of Alaska

Seafloor-Mounted Sonars for Fish Survey in Gulf of Alaska

To help estimate fish populations, scientists experiment with seafloor-mounted sonar systems that monitor fish in ...

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Lithuania Continues Search for An-2 Missing Pilots

An-2 tail. Taken with the underwater robotic video camera

The operation of searching for the missing pilots of the An-2 aircraft in the Baltic Sea carries on, the Lithuanian ...

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GE: First Refurbishment of Subsea Trees in Nigeria

GE Training Nigerian Engineers at the Onne Facility

GE Oil & Gas has completed the first refurbishment of subsea production trees at its service base in ...

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Oceaneering Sheds Norway Staff

Oceaneering Sheds Norway Staff

Oil services company, Oceaneering, is reportedly laying off employees in Norway as the company faces general ...

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Telstra’s Pacnet Breached by Hackers

Telstra's Pacnet Breached by Hackers

Australian telecommunication company Telstra informed on Wednesday that its recently acquired subsea cable company ...

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CWind Secures Cabling Support Contract with CT Offshore

CWind Wins Cable Support Contract with CT Offshore

CWind has won a contract to supply rigging and cable pull-in services to CT Offshore to support their cable laying ...

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Minesto Gets Welsh Govt Funding for Deep Green

Minesto Gets Welsh Govt Funding for Deep Green

Marine energy company Minesto has been awarded a 13 million Euros investment from the European Regional Development ...

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VIDEO: Carnegie Retrieves CETO 5 Unit

VIDEO Carnegie Recovers CETO 5 Unit

Carnegie Wave Energy has successfully retrieved the first of its CETO 5 units after over 4,000 hours of operation ...

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PSW Group Bags COSL Contract

PSW Group Bags COSL Contract

PSW Group has entered into a frame agreement with COSL Drilling Europe for Subsea & Riser Maintenance services ...

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Exclusive: New Subsea Company to Challenge the Traditional

Exclusive New Subsea Company to Challenge the Traditional

A new subsea company was launched this month, comprising of a group of ex-FMC employees in alliance with subsea ...

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Scana Subsea Secures NCS Riser Job

Scana Subsea Secures NCS Riser Job

Scana Industrier ASA has through its subsidiary Scana Subsea AB, won a contract for machining, welding test & ...

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Siem Wins MRSV ‘Siem Marlin’ Charter Deal

Siem Wins MRSV 'Siem Marlin' Charter Deal

Norway’s Siem Offshore has inked a charter contract with an undisclosed international construction diving and ...

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WATCH: Cable Setup on Galway Bay Ocean Observatory

WATCH Galway Bay Ocean Observatory Cable Installation

RV Celtic Explorer has laid a subsea cable in Galway Bay in April 2015 marking a milestone in the development of ...

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Highlights of the Week

Highlights of the week

Subsea World News has put together a recap of the most interesting articles from the previous week (May 11 – May ...

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TCP Preferred Bidder for Westermost Rough Transmission

TCP Preferred Bidder for Westermost Rough Transmission

Ofgem has appointed Transmission Capital Partners (TCP) as the preferred bidder to own and operate the offshore ...

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Seatronics Delivers Predator ROVs to GEG

Seatronics Delivers Predator ROVs to Great Eastern Group

Seatronics, an Acteon company, announced that  (GEG) has taken delivery of two Predator inspection-class ROV ...

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Flyover: Far Sleipner Parked in Ålesund

Flyover Far Sleipner Parked in Ålesund

The following video shows Farstad Shipping’s new subsea construction vessel Far Sleipner parked at Ahlsell in ...

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Fugro Discovers Shipwreck While Looking for MH370

Ship-related debris on the sea floor, including an anchor

Fugro Equator’s deep tow system detected a cluster of small sonar contacts in the southern part of the search area, ...

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Magseis Posts Quarterly Loss

Magseis Posts Quarterly Loss

Norwegian geophysical contractor, Magseis, has reported net loss of USD 6.5 million or NOK -0.24 basic earnings per ...

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Drydocks World to Build Turret for FPSO Layang

Drydocks World to Build Turret for FPSO Layang

Drydocks World has secured a contract from Orwell Offshore to fabricate an external Turret for FPSO Layang. The ...

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Carnegie: CETO 6 Geophysical Survey Starts

Carnegie CETO 6 Geophysical Survey Starts Off Australia

Wave energy developer Carnegie Wave Energy Limited informed that the offshore geophysical survey activities ...

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Unique Group’s Daughter Craft for Vertech

Unique Group's Daughter Craft for Vertech

Unique Group has delivered two new dive systems and a diving vessel worth around £5 million to services provider, ...

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