Statoil Submits PDO for Gullfaks Rimfaks

Statoil Submits PDO for Gullfaks Rimfaks

Statoil and its partners have decided to develop the Rutil discovery located in the Gullfaks Rimfaks valley in the ...

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HitecVision Merges Five Companies in Global Maritime Group

HitecVision Merges Five Companies in Global Maritime Group

HitecVision is establishing a new oil service Group under the name Global Maritime Group by merging five companies ...

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PHOTO: NUI Robot in Arctic Survey

PHOTO NUI Robot in Acrtic Survey

The AWI marine expert Antje Boetius and a team of scientists from the US-American Woods Hole Oceanographic ...

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Scientists Find Over 100 New Species in GoM

Researchers Find Over 100 New Species in GoM

The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) has announced a new two-volume study report, Investigations of ...

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NEMOS Prototype on Trials in Nantes

NEMOS Prototype on Trials in Nantes

Within the EU-Project MARINET a test series have been conducted on a 1:5 scaled NEMOS-device at the ECN in Nantes, ...

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AMC AUV in Seafloor Shoot

AMC AUV in Seafloor Mapping

Pinpointing the best location for tidal energy turbines and providing a picture of seafloor conditions underneath ...

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Navy Tests New UUV GhostSwimmer

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The U.S. Navy completed tests on the GhostSwimmer unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV) at Joint Expeditionary Base ...

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DNV GL Issues Guide for Subsea Integrity Management

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Hot on the heels of a new Recommended Practice (RP) for subsea lifting, DNV GL has now published an RP providing ...

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Newly Discovered Form of Ice Could Store Energy ?

Newly Discovered Form of Ice Could Store Energy

Scientists from the University of Göttingen and the Institut Laue Langevin in Grenoble have discovered a new form ...

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‘Polarstern’ on Antarctic Research Campaign

‘Polarstern’ on Antarctic Research Tour

A group of IMARES staff sails on board the German Research Icebreaker ‘Polarstern’ for investigations in the ...

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State Commission Confirms Discovery of Pobeda Field

State Commission Confirms Discovery of Pobeda Field

State commission on reserves confirmed the fact of discovery of the new arctic oil and gas field Pobeda on the Kara ...

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BOEM Increases Limit of Liability for Offshore Oil Spills

BOEM Increases Limit of Liability for Offshore Oil Spills

Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) has administratively increased the limit of liability for oil-spill ...

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Geoscience Australia Commissions RV Investigator

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Australia’s marine geoscience capability has been strengthened by the official commissioning of RV ...

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Statoil to Hook Up Sleipner A to Gina Krog

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Statoil has received consent for modifications at Sleipner for connecting a gas pipeline from Gina Krog. Gina Krog ...

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VIDEO: Subhub Trials at Flowave

VIDEO: Subhub Trials at Flowave

QED Naval, supported by the Energy Technology Partnership (ETP), has used the new Flowave Ocean Test Facility in ...

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ESS Supports Hydroid in Deep Sea Exploration

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In the last decade, Engineered Syntactic Systems (ESS) has been helping Hydroid, a subsidiary of Kongsberg ...

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Warmer Ocean Could Release Seafloor Methane, Study Shows

Warmer Ocean Could Release Seafloor Methane, Study Shows

Off the West Coast of the United States, methane gas is trapped in frozen layers below the seafloor. New research ...

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Study: Antarctic Sea Urchins Adjust to Ocean Acidifiaction

Study: Antarctic Sea Urchins Adjust to Ocean Acidifiaction

A study of sea urchins from the Antarctic Peninsula has revealed an ability to adapt to changing conditions such as ...

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Panoro Gets Outboard 3D Seismic Data

Panoro Gets Outboard 3D Seismic Data

Panoro Energy ASA has received the fully processed seismic data from the 2013 Outboard 3D seismic survey. The ...

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Forewind Funds North Sea DEPONS project

Forewind Funds North Sea DEPONS project

Forewind is one of five international offshore wind energy developers to jointly initiate an ambitious research ...

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Unique System FZE, HYPACK in Hydrographic, Offshore ...

Unique System FZE, HYPACK in Hydrographic & Offshore Survey Training

A division of the Unique Maritime Group (UMG), a provider  integrated turnkey subsea and offshore solutions, Unique ...

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Canada: New Offshore R&D Centre Launched

Canada New Offshore R&D Centre Launched

Construction of a new offshore research and development centre at Memorial University is complete, that should pave ...

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NQBP Marks 20 Years of Seagrass Monitoring

NQBP Marks 20 Years of Seagrass Monitoring

For 20 years James Cook University (JCU) scientists have measured marine health through the monitoring of seagrass ...

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Europa Identifies New Prospects Off Ireland

Europa Identifies New Prospects Off Ireland

Europa Oil & Gas has received a new prospect inventory from the Kosmos Energy, operator of the FEL 2/13 and FEL ...

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WHOI Says So Long to R/V Knorr

WHOI Says So Long to R/V Knorr

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Research Vessel (R/V) Knorr is retiring from service. Knorr conducted its last ...

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VIDEO: Petronas CCS Project

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Petronas is studying technically and commercially viable techniques of developing high CO2 fields, with end-to-end ...

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Scientists Think Deep Water Melts Antarctic Glaciers

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The water temperatures on the West Antarctic shelf are rising. The reason for this is predominantly warm water from ...

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