China Builds Mother Ship for Rainbow Fish Submersible

Rainbow Fish

China has kicked off a new project of building a mother vessel for a 11,000-meter manned submersible as part of the ...

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AGR Wins DEA Norge Job

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AGR has secured a well engineering and operational support services contract with DEA Norge. The contract covers ...

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EGS Names RV ‘Geo Resolution’

EGS Names RV 'Geo Resolution'

The EGS management has gathered in Singapore to conduct the christening and blessing ceremony of the RV Geo ...

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VIDEO: IHC Splashes SAPURA JADE

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Royal IHC has named and launched the pipelaying vessel SAPURA JADE in a ceremony at the company’s shipyard in ...

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CRS Wraps Up SMD Acquisition

SMD Quasar MkII ROV

Zhuzhou China South Rail Times Electric Co. (CSR Times Electric), Ltd., a subsidiary of China South Rail ...

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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 (April 13 – ...

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NCE Subsea Joins JIP for Subsea Documentation RP

NCE Subsea Joins JIP for Subsea Documentation RP

NCE Subsea is now a partner in the joint industry project (JIP) Subsea Documentation Standardisation. This industry ...

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PanGeo Subsea Wraps Up Welland Decommissioning Survey

PanGeo Subsea Completes Decommissioning Survey for Parenco

PanGeo Subsea has successfully completed a survey for Perenco UK Limited for their Welland Gas field ...

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Goliat FPSO Comes to Hammerfest

Goliat FPSO Comes to Hammerfest

Eni Norge’s Goliat FPSO has arrived in Hammerfest, Norway, today from South Korea after a 63-day voyage covering ...

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SeaRobotics Delivers Sampling Equipment to CSA

SeaRobotics Delivers Sampling Equipment to CSA

SeaRobotics Corporation announces the successful design, construction and delivery of two pairs of sediment ...

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Schlumberger Lays Off 11000 More as Profit Drops

Schlumberger Lays Off 11000 More as Profit Drops

The Houston-based oilfield services major, Schlumberger, is slashing another 11,000 jobs as it fells the impact of ...

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Plexus Nets First Contract in Venezuela

Plexus Nets First Contract in Venezuela

Plexus Holdings has secured its first contract with Cardon IV, a gas licence granted by the Ministry of Petroleum ...

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Nexans Confirms Halden Layoffs

Nexans Confirms Halden Layoffs

Norwegian division of the French cable giant Nexans is downsizing its workforce at the company’s plant in ...

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FES International DBSCs for Subsea 7

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UK oil and gas engineering firm FES International has been awarded a contract by Subsea 7 for the supply of fully ...

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Hughes Sub Surface Engineering Recognised by RoSPA

Hughes Sub Surface Engineering Recognised by RoSPA

Hughes Sub Surface Engineering of Bootle, is among the winners in the RoSPA Occupational Health and Safety Awards ...

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Galvin Bay Gets Cabled Ocean Observatory

Galvin Bay Gets Cabled Ocean Observatory

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

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Marin Teknikk to Design DSCV for Ultra Deep Charter (China)

Marin Teknikk to Design DSCV for Ultra Deep Charter (China)

Norway’s Marin Teknikk has entered into a contract with China Merchants Heavy Industry (CMHI), for design ...

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WATCH: Valemon Field Opened

Watch Valemon Field Opened

The following video shows petroleum and energy minister Tord Lien opening the Valemon gas and condensate field in ...

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Akastor’s MHWirth Cuts 750 Jobs

Akastor's MHWirth Cuts 750 Jobs

Oilfield services investment company, Akastor, has confirmed that its wholly owned portfolio company MHWirth will ...

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Toisa Orders Two ROV Support Vessels

Toisa Orders Two ROV Support Vessels

Bermuda-based vessel owner, Toisa Limited, has inked a deal with Qingdao Wuchuan Heavy Industry (QWHI) for the ...

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Huisman Begins Hybrid Boom Crane Testing

Huisman Begins Factory Acceptance Testing of Hybrid Boom Crane

Huisman has started the final factory acceptance testing of its first 900mt Rope Luffing Knuckle Boom Crane, now ...

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Seatec Nets Two New Orders

Innova Matrix MK II+ system

N-Seatec Subsea Systems B.V. (Seatec), a provider of technical solutions and services to clients in On-and Offshore ...

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iXBlue Marks USBL Sales Milestone

iXBlue Marks USBL Sales Milestone

iXBlue is celebrating a sales milestone of more than 250 USBL systems since the introduction of POSIDONIA ...

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Subsea 7 Installs Nautronix NASNet on Aasta Hansteen

Subsea 7 Installs Nautronix NASNet on Aasta Hansteen

Nautronix has reported that the NASNet array in Statoil’s Aasta Hansteen field is fully operational and awaiting ...

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Corvus Supplies ESS for Edda Freya

Corvus Supplies ESS for Edda Freya

Corvus Energy, Siemens AS and Ostensjo Rederi strengthen their partnerships with a second offshore vessel project. ...

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Fugro Secures Borssele OWF Contract

Fugro Secures Borssele OWF Contract

Fugro has been hired by the Netherlands Enterprise Agency, part of the Ministry of Economic Affairs, to execute the ...

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TTS Nets New Crane Orders

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TTS Group ASA has, through its Business Unit Offshore, entered into three new agreements for delivery of offshore ...

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