Fair Head Tidal Project Works to Begin in 2018

Fair Head Tidal Project Works to Begin in 2018

Fair Head Tidal is planning to submit a marine licence application this summer for the proposed 100MW tidal energy ...

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Acteon Field Life Service Introduced

Acteon Field Life Service Introduced

Subsea services company Acteon has launched a new service, Acteon Field Life Service (FLS). Acteon FLS offers a ...

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European Consortium Introduces Blue Nodules Project

Nodules on the seabed, Photo: Wikimedia

An European consortium has launched a new Horizon 2020 project, Blue Nodules, on February 01, 2016. This project ...

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Subsea UK Backs MATE ROV Challenge

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Subsea UK has committed £20,000 to the Scottish MATE ROV competition, the industry body announced at Subsea Expo. ...

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AGR to Work on Gassnova CCS Project

AGR to Work on Gassnova CCS Project

AGR has finalised a frame agreement to act as technical advisors to Norwegian state-owned Gassnova, as the country ...

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GE Launches New Subsea JIP

Illustration, Photo: GE

As a part of five new initiatives to accelerate cutting-edge technology development, GE Oil & Gas has launched ...

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Atlas Provides Personnel for Monita Project

Atlas Provides Personnel for Monita Project

Geosciences and engineering service provider Next Geosolutions has been awarded a geophysical, UXO & ...

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ROVOP and WFS Join Forces to Slash OPEX

ROVOP and WFS Join Rorces to Slash OPEX

ROVOP, a remotely operated vehicle (ROV) service provider, and WFS Technologies, developer of wireless ...

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Norwegian Companies to Develop Submersible Fish Farming

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In partnership with the companies Sinkaberg-Hansen and Egersund Net, Norway’s AKVA group has established the ...

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SINTEF Works on New Subsea Camera

Detail of first system prototype with windows for camera and laser system. Photo: SINTEF

Researchers at Norway’s SINTEF are currently working together with partners in Europe to develop sensors and ...

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Bureau Veritas OKs TEC Project in South Pacific Ocean

Bureau Veritas Greenlights  Ocean Thermal Energy Converter Project

An international classification society, Bureau Veritas, has issued its first Approval in Principle for an Ocean ...

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OPITO International Gets New MD

OPITO International Gets New MD

An oil and gas industry skills and workforce development body, OPITO, has appointed Graham Gall as new managing ...

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ABB to Improve World’s First HVDC Link

ABB to Improve World’s First HVDC Link

ABB has won orders worth over $22 million from Vattenfall Eldistribution AB to upgrade the world’s first commercial ...

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MMT, Reach Subsea to Work on NEMO Project for DCNS

Image: DCNS

MMT has been awarded a contract for the OTEC (Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion) NEMO project by DCNS. The project is ...

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Kongsberg Launches New Subsea Transponders

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Kongsberg Maritime has introduced a new range of mini medium frequency subsea transponders. The new cNODE MiniS ...

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Aker Solutions Gets Concept Study for Johan Castberg FPSO

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Johan Castberg concepts; Illustration: Statoil

Aker Solutions has secured an order from Statoil to provide a concept study for a floating production, storage and ...

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Clinton Marine Surveys Deepest Point Off Sweden

Clinton Surveys Deepest Point Off Sweden

Clinton Marine Survey in cooperation with AquaBiota Water Research has completed a survey of the Bratten area, ...

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Sotenäs Wave Energy Plant Delivers Power to Nordic Grid

Sotenäs Wave Energy Plant

The Sotenäs Wave Power Plant on the Swedish West Coast has started generating electric power to the Nordic ...

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First Norwegian Seabed Mining Research Project Starts

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Nordic Mining has announced the start of MarMine, the first comprehensive research program in Norway with focus on ...

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Global Ocean Warming Doubles in Recent Decades, Study Shows

The conductivity, temperature and depth profiler is lined with bottles triggered to sample at different levels of the ocean. (Andrew Meijers/BAS)

Lawrence Livermore scientists, working with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and university ...

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Next Geosolutions Starts CWA Project Cable Route Survey

Next Geosolutions Starts CWA Project Cable Route Survey

UK-based geoscience and engineering services provider, Next Geosolutions, has resumed operations on CWA Project ...

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Badger Explorer Selects New CEO

Badger Explorer Appoints New CEO

Norway’s Badger Explorer (BXPL) has appointed Øystein Larsen as the new chief executive officer effective ...

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NOC Subsea Robots Deliver Data on English Deep-Sea Corals

NOC's Subsea Robots Dliver Data on English Deep-Sea Corals

A fleet of robotic submarines, based at the National Oceanography Centre (NOC), have been used to map vulnerable ...

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Aquatic in DNV GL JIP on Cable and Pipe Laying Equipment

Aquatic in DNV GL JIP on Cable and Pipe Laying Equipment

Aquatic Engineering & Construction, an Acteon company, is working with DNV GL and other organisations in the ...

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Nautilus Prepares for Seafloor Production Equipment Wet Test

Nautilus to Test Run Its Seafloor Production Equipment

Nautilus Minerals has signed agreements with United Engineering Services (UES) to provide support services ...

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ORCHIDS Project to Enhance Subsea Cable Monitoring

Armoured sub sea cables at EMEC; Photo: EMEC

Fraunhofer UK has joined forces with Synaptec and the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) to develop a solution to ...

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MH370 Search Unveils Another Shipwreck

Photo: ATSB

Search operations for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 have revealed another shipwreck following Fugro ...

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