Carnegie, UWA Get Grant for Anchoring System Project

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Carnegie Wave Energy Limited will partner with the University of Western Australia (UWA) on a $460,000 project part ...

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Aleron Subsea Expands into New Facilities

Aleron Subsea Expands into New Facilities

Aleron Subsea, a company specialising in ROV upgrades and renting, announced expansion into two additional ...

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Cost Pressures Drive Subsea Equipment Standardisation

Photo: FMC (Illustration)

The subsea sector is highly consolidated with just five players servicing the $12 billion annual requirements of ...

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New Survey Work for Seabed Geosolutions

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Seabed Geosolutions will soon mobilise for the variation order that was signed today (July 27) by Abu Dhabi ...

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Hawaiian Telcom Sells SEA-US Submarine Cable Capacity

Hawaiian Telcom Sells SEA-US Submarine Cable Capacity

Hawaiian Telcom continues to sell capacity on its portion of the South-East Asia – United States (SEA-US) submarine ...

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New Gas and Condensate Discovery for Statoil

New Gas and Condensate Discovery for Statoil

Operator Statoil and its PL146/PL333 partner Total E&P Norge have made a gas and condensate discovery in the ...

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Scientists Discover Unknown Vent Field in Gulf of California

Scientists Discover Unknown Vent Field in Gulf of California

Scientists, on board Germany’s new deep-sea research vessel SONNE, lead by Professor Christian Berndt from the ...

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Nova Scotia, British Columbia Ink Tidal Energy MoU

Nova Scotia, British Columbia Ink Tidal Energy MoU

Nova Scotia and British Columbia signed a memorandum of understanding, which outlines key priorities, including ...

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New Grant for Tidal Energy Development

New Grant for Tidal Energy Development

Nova Scotia and the United Kingdom announced two new international research grants, worth $1.43 million, to help ...

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Subsea UK Launches Global Business Portal

Subsea UK Launches Global Business Portal

Subsea UK has launched new online portal to help subsea companies export their skills, technology and expertise to ...

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NOC’s AAOSN Competition Enters Final Stage

NOC's AAOSN Competition Enters Final Stage

The final phase of a competition to develop novel adaptive autonomous ocean sampling network (AAOSN) management ...

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Fugro Secures Fehmarnbelt Geotechnical Survey

Fugro Secures Fehmarnbelt Geotechnical Survey

Fugro has been awarded the Geotechnical Verification Investigations 2015 programme by Femern, owner of the ...

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Cooper: Subsea Development for Manta Gas Field

Cooper Subsea Development for Manta Gas Field

Cooper Energy, Operator of BMG Joint Venture, informed that the Cooper Energy BMG Business Case analysis has ...

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Scientists Embark on Gulf of Alaska Survey

Scientists Embark on Gulf of Alaska Survey

Researchers from NOAA’s Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory (PMEL) and University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) ...

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MMT Supports Marine Archaeological Surveys

MMT Supports Archaeological Surveys

MMT has participated in the investigation on the 530 year old wreck Gribshunden outside Ronneby, Sweden. MMT and ...

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FORCE Builds Two Subsea Observation Platforms

FORCE Builds Two Subsea Observation Platforms

The Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy (FORCE) has unveiled two underwater monitoring platforms, now in their ...

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Plexus Bags Malaysian Licence for POS-GRIP Equipment

Plexus Bags Malaysian Licence for POS-GRIP Equipment

Plexus announces that Plexus Products (Asia) Sdn Bhd (‘PPA’), the Company’s joint venture with ...

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Italian Air Force in SAR Training at The Underwater Centre

Italian Air Force in SAR Training at The Underwater Centre

The Italian Air Force Search and Rescue team has been expanding its skills and knowledge during a visit to The ...

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New Research Project for Offshore Wind Foundations

New Research Project for Offshore Wind Foundations

The University of Dundee is to lead a major research project to determine whether cheaper, more environmentally ...

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ASN Sets Higher Standards in Subsea Fiber-Optic Technology

ASN Sets Higher Standards in Subsea Fiber-Optic Technology

Alcatel-Lucent Submarine Networks (ASN), the undersea cables subsidiary of Alcatel-Lucent, has achieved a ...

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Investigator Discovers 50-Million-Year-Old Volcanoes

Investigator Discovers 50 Million-Year-Old Volcanoes

Australia’s new ocean-going research vessel Investigator has discovered extinct volcanoes likely to be 50 million ...

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IMCA Seeks Input on Guidance Revision

IMCA Seeks Input on Guidance Revision through Open Forum

International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) has added an open forum to the website where all with an ...

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Scientists Call for Balancing Mining and Ecosystem Protection

Photo: Ifremer, Nodinaut cruise (2004).

In a paper published this week in Science, researchers from the Center for Ocean Solutions and co-authors from ...

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PSA Inspects Statoil’s Åsgard Subsea Compression ...

PSA Inspects Statoil's Åsgard Subsea Compression Project

The Petroleum Safety Authority Norway carried out an audit of the Åsgard subsea compression project on May 28. The ...

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OneSubsea, Chevron in Subsea Systems Development JIP

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OneSubsea, a Cameron and Schlumberger company, and Chevron U.S.A. Inc. have entered into an agreement to form a ...

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ONC to Build New Arctic Cabled Observatory

ONC to Build New Arctic Cabled Observatory

The University of Victoria’s Ocean Networks Canada (ONC) is partnering with the University of Manitoba to develop, ...

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Scientists Take Closer Look at Eckernförde Bay

Scientists Take Closer Look at Eckernförde Bay

The GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel has started a long term monitoring of the Eckernförde Bay and ...

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