JFD Upgrades NHC’s Hyperbaric Reception Facility


JFD has expanded its National Hyperbaric Centre’s (NHC) fixed hyperbaric reception facility (HRF) from an 18-man to ...

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Hydrasun Builds Specialist Subsea Intervention Line


Aberdeen-based Hydrasun has developed a load bearing flexible hose solution for subsea applications. A 2-inch ...

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FSP Secures Development Project Funding


Bergen-based Fjell Subsea Products (FSP) has received 5.2 million Norwegian Kroner in public funding. The project ...

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Subsea Industries Strengthens Presence in UK

Boud Van Rompay

Subsea Industries has strengthened its presence in the UK’s maritime and renewable energy sectors with the ...

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Report: Subsea Could Stabilize in Long-Term

Mad Dog; Photo: BP

A new report by energy research and consulting service, Douglas-Westwood (DW), said that due to the current reality ...

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Planys Technologies Introduces Its New ROV


IIT Madras alumni and faculty-founded designer and manufacturer of remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) and provider ...

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Industry Joins to Boost Southern North Sea Gas Potential


A steering group of offshore companies has been appointed to work together to explore opportunities to maximise ...

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BSEE Issues Pipeline Decommissioning Costs Directive


Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) has released final pipeline decommissioning costs regulations ...

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Fugro Accumulates 70 Years of Subsea Motion Data


Fugro’s DeepData subsea instrument pods have been collecting motion data on subsea structures for a collective ...

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NOC Sets Up Robotics Workshops


The National Oceanography Centre (NOC) is hosting a programme of five workshops, called ‘A Year of Autonomy’, with ...

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TE SubCom and Ciena Team Up to Boost Submarine Networks


TE SubCom and Ciena have agreed to an alliance that should further the advancement of open submarine cable ...

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New Cable Laying Vessel Kizuna Launched in Japan


NTT Communications Corporation (NTT Com), NTT World Engineering Marine Corporation (NTTWEM) and NTT Finance ...

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OGA Hands Out £1 for New UKCS Seismic Data Project


The Oil and Gas Authority UK (OGA) has awarded four new contracts worth approximately £1 million to Shearwater ...

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Oil & Gas UK Predicts Progress in Decommissioning

Mike Tholen, Oil & Gas UK

A new report by Oil & Gas UK forecasts a gradual but steady rise in offshore oil and gas decommissioning in the ...

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UK Scientists Release Underwater Noise Study


The Centre for the Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (Cefas) has teamed up with Marine Scotland ...

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UB Engineers to Get First-Hand Sub Experience


The University of Bridgeport has obtained an 8-foot, 2,300-pound submarine for educational purposes. The submarine, ...

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GWL Acquires Barents Seismic Data with Its New Technology

Mobile container for transportation, storage and servicing of GWL Seismobuoys - one of the components of the FloatSeis technology

Geology Without Limits (GWL) explored the Barents Sea’s Norwegian shelf segment employing its new FloatSeis marine ...

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Minesto and RCOES Explore Deep Green Potential in Taiwan


Ocean energy developer, Minesto, has signed a collaboration agreement with the Research Center for Ocean Energy and ...

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WATCH: Chevron’s Alder Field Story


Chevron has launched production at its Alder field in the Central North Sea.  Discovered in 1975, development of ...

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Kongsberg, AML Aim to Reduce Fish Farm Sensor Maintenance


Kongsberg and AML Oceanographic, Canada, have teamed up to conduct live trials of a new solution to combat ...

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Subsea Development Concept Selected for Pil & Bue


The operator of the Pil & Bue discoveries, VNG Norge, has selected a subsea development solution tied back to ...

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Maersk Supply Service Launches Integrated Solutions Business

Steen S. Karstensen

Maersk Supply Service has launched a new Integrated Solutions business. With vessel operations remaining the core ...

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ESS, Osbit to Develop New Trenching System


Ecosse Subsea Systems (ESS) said it will invest up to £3 million in developing a water-jetting tool which, ...

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Kongsberg Presents Modular Design for Seabed Observatories


Centre for Arctic Gas Hydrate, Environment and Climate (CAGE) scientists have recently retrieved two K-Lander ...

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HR Wallingford Scientists Join RRS James Cook Expedition

Jon Taylor, Neil Crossouard and Leigh Storey

Royal Research ship (RRS) James Cook embarked on an expedition on October 28, to discover new sources of the rare ...

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InterMoor Adds New Capabilities to Port Açu Facility


InterMoor has added inspection and testing capabilities to its marine base at the Açu Superport in São João da ...

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LiDAR Data Applied for 3D Printing of Subsea Well Part


Fugro and 3D at Depth, a provider of subsea LiDAR systems and solutions, have used subsea LiDAR data to 3D-print an ...

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