Global Marine Strengthens Senior Management Team

Gleerup  and Lam

Global Marine has made two appointments within its senior management team. Mikkel Gleerup will assume the role of ...

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Basslink Repairs On Schedule

Basslink Repairs On Schedule

Basslink’s operator informed that cable repair vessel, the Ile de Re, is returning to Geelong after it wrapped ...

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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 18 – ...

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IHC and Frames Team Up on Subsea Separation Modules

IHC and Frames Team Up on Subsea Separation Modules

Royal IHC and Frames Separation Technologies have signed a joint development agreement to collaborate with respect ...

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NDE Bags BARD 1 Job Off Germany

NDE Bags BARD 1 Job Off Germany

NDE Offshore has been selected by Ocean Breeze Energy to carry out annual inspections and maintenance activities at ...

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Scaldis Gets Flinterstar Wreck Removal Contract

Rambiz heavy lift vessel

Flinterstar III BV, the owner of the Dutch freighter MV Flinterstar, has entered into a contract with a consortium ...

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NOV Lets Go 520 in Norway

NOW Lets Go 520 in Norway

Oilfield equipment manufacturer, National Oilwell Varco, is reportedly downsizing its workforce in Norway by ...

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Kanter Marine to Build Seven Hydrographic Vessels for Canada

Illustration, Photo:  Government of Canada

Kanter Marine of St. Thomas, Ontario, has secured a contract to build seven new survey vessels for the Canadian ...

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Spectrum Stays in Red

Spectrum Loss Widens

Norwegian multi-client seismic data specialist, Spectrum, has remained in red in the first quarter of 2016 despite ...

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Schlumberger Cuts More Jobs, Sees Profit Halved

Schlumberger Profit Drops

Oilfield services major, Schlumberger, has seen its profit reduced by almost 50 per cent as the company experienced ...

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SHL Chooses IHC IQIP Equipment for Dudgeon Work

SHL Chooses IHC IQIP Equipment for Dudgeon OWF Work

Seaway Heavy Lifting (SHL) has selected IHC IQIP to provide piling and handling equipment for its operations at the ...

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Sonardyne Joins NOC Marine Robotics Innovation Centre

Sonardyne Joins NOC Marine Robotics Innovation Centre

Sonardyne International has become the newest associate member of the National Oceanography Centre’s (NOC) Marine ...

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Statnett Gives Green Light for Namsos-Surna Project

Illustration of subsea section of the link

Statnett has decided to implement the initial construction stage of a new power line between Namsos and Surna. This ...

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PHOTO: Vroon Christens VOS Sugar in The Netherlands

Vroon Christens VOS Sugar in The Netherlands 3

Vroon’s 68-meter subsea support vessel (SSV) VOS Sugar was christened today in Ijmuiden, the Netherlands. The ...

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DeepOcean Scores Repsol Norge Subsea Gig

Photo: Kleven

DeepOcean has been awarded a contract for provision of engineering, procurement, removal and disposal (EPRD) of ...

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Swedish Navy Orders Kongsberg Equipment for New Submarines

Swedish Navy Orders Kongsberg Equipment for New Submarines

The Swedish Navy together with SAAB Kockums has selected a sonar suite and bottom navigation technology from ...

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Aqualis Teams Up with CSDC

Aqualis Teams Up with CSDC

Aqualis Offshore and China Ship Design & Research Center (CSDC) have signed an agreement to cooperate on ...

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Viper Scoops Queen’s Award for V-LIFE

VIPER SUBSEA Portishead,  Tuesday 12  April 2016   Photo: Paul Gillis

Viper Subsea has won a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation for its V-LIFE electrical insulation resistance ...

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Alewijnse to Extend Lifetime of RV Belgica

Photo: Alewijnse

Alewijnse Marine Systems has secured a job to refit the electrical systems onboard RV Belgica, an oceanographic ...

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Weak Market Pulls TGS into Red

Weak Market Pulls TGS into Red 2

Geophysical contractor TGS has posted first-quarter 2016 net loss of $20.2 million, compared to net profit of $28.6 ...

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PTEC Tidal Site Gets MMO Approval

PTEC Tidal Project Gets MMO Approval

The Perpetuus Tidal Energy Centre (PTEC) has received approval for the tidal energy generation site off the Isle of ...

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Nord Stream 2 Awards Voestalpine Its Largest Deal

Nord Stream pipeline installation

Voestalpine has secured a new contract for the Nord Stream 2 pipeline project between Europe and Russia. After ...

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DOF Subsea Wins More than $61 Mln in Contracts

DOF Subsea profit declines

DOF Subsea has been awarded several IMR and subsea installation contracts the past months, with a total contract ...

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Mermaid CFO Leaves

Mermaid CFO Leaves

Mermaid Maritime, a provider of subsea and drilling services to the offshore oil and gas industry, notified that ...

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ASN to Boost Two Subsea Cable Systems

Alcatel-Lucent Submarine Networks

Alcatel-Lucent Submarine Networks (ASN), now part of Nokia, will implement two upgrades on transpacific and ...

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Mozambique Debris Confirmed as Part of MH370

Photo: ATSB, Boeing

The Australian Transport Safety Bureau’s report confirmed the two parts found in Mozambique belong to the lost ...

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Helix Posts Quarterly Loss

Q5000; Photo: Helix

Offshore services player, Helix Energy Solutions, has seen red second quarter in a row as its revenues declined ...

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