FRAM-2014/15 Expedition Arrives in Longyearbyen

FRAM-2014-15 Arctic Ocean Expedition Arrives in Longyearbyen

Professor Yngve Kristoffersen arrived in Longyearbyen, on August 22nd 2015, with the hovercraft Sabvabaa after ...

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MPC to Examine Oil Spill Monitoring Requirements in UK

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Marine Planning Consultants (MPC) has been awarded a contract by Oil and Gas UK and the Oil Spill Response Forum to ...

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Oceaneering Launches ROV-Mounted Subsea PA Probe

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Oceaneering has introduced its most recent innovation, a deepwater Phased Array ultrasonic inspection capability ...

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NASA Surveys Seafloor Around Greenland

NASA Surveys Seafloor Around Greenland

NASA’s Oceans Melting Greenland (OMG) field campaign is gathering data that will help scientists both to ...

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WATCH: UBW Presents New Research Submersible

WATCH UBW Presents New Research Submersible

U-Boat Worx (UBW), has launched a transparent 3-person submersible capable of diving to 1,700 meters ...

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UNH Gets NOAA Grant for Ongoing Ocean Mapping Work

UNH Gets NOAA Grant for Ongoing Ocean Mapping Work

The University of New Hampshire’s Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping (CCOM) has received a $6.2 million ...

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ONC to Explore Salish Sea and Pacific Ocean

ONC to Explore Salish Sea and Pacific Ocean

The University of Victoria’s Ocean Networks Canada (ONC) is about to embark on a three-week expedition in the ...

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Makai Starts Up OTEC Plant

Makai Starts Up OTEC Plant

Makai Ocean Engineering has completed the world’s largest operational Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) power ...

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Volta on Sea Trials at FaBTest

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A wave energy converter prototype, Volta, designed by UK-based Polygen, has begun testing at the wave energy test ...

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Marine Power Systems Boosts Its Team

Marine Power Systems Boosts Team

Marine Power Systems, a Swansea-based developer of wave energy technology, has expanded its team by hiring Daniel ...

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Alseamar Wraps Up Underwater Geochemical Survey

Alsemar Wraps Up Underwater Geochemical Survey

Alseamar, designer of the Sea Explorer underwater glider, has recently completed a pre-exploration survey for an ...

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Johan Sverdrup Development Plan Approved

Johan Sverdrup Development Plan Approved

The plan for development and operation (PDO) for Johan Sverdrup, phase one, was approved by the Ministry of ...

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NOC, WWF Start New Marine Robotic Vehicle Trials

NOC, WWF Start New Marine Robotic Vehicle Trials

The National Oceanography Centre has begun the latest in a series of marine robotic vehicle trials off the UK ...

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ITF Looks to Manage Well Plugging and Abandonment Costs

ITF Calls for Proposals to Cut Costs of Well Plugging and Abandonment

The Industry Technology Facilitator (ITF) has launched a call for proposals for new technology solutions to deliver ...

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HMS Scott Scans Mid-Atlantic Seabed

Photo: Royal Navy

One of the Royal Navy’s specialist scientific ships, HMS Scott, has surveyed the mid-Atlantic, in her first mission ...

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Researchers Examine Fukushima Seafloor Contaminants

Photo: Makio Honda, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology

An international research team reports results of a three-year study of sediment samples collected offshore from ...

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WHOI Deploys SUPR-REMUS Plankton Sampling System

Photo by Jesús Pineda, WHOI

A group of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) researchers and engineers have developed and tested an ...

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Ocean Aero Wins DoD Deal

Ocean aero wins DoD deal

San Diego-based Ocean Aero has signed a multi-million dollar two-year contract with the Department of Defense under ...

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Galway Bay Ocean Observatory in Place

Galway Bay Ocean Observatory Completed

Through the combined effort of the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI), the Marine Institute and ...

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NOC, University of Liverpool Form New Marine Institute ISCO

NOC, University of Liverpool Form New Marine Institute

The National Oceanography Centre (NOC) and the University of Liverpool have entered into a new strategic ...

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QED Naval Begins Subhub Trials

QED Naval Begins Subhub Trials

QED Naval launched the Subhub Operational model last week at Forth Estuary Engineering’s (FEE) dock in Leith. As ...

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OceanWorks in Subsea Chemical Storage & Injection Work

OceanWorks International Inc. in Houston

OceanWorks has secured a contract from Safe Marine Transfer (SMT) to define, engineer and quantify the equipment ...

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Stonehenge Moves Forward with Protean WEC

Stonehenge Moves Forward with Protean WEC

Stonehenge informed that the functional ocean based testing of the fully assembled proof of commercial ...

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New Guide to Protect Mammals at Welsh Marine Energy Sites

New Guide to Protect Mammals at Welsh Marine Energy Sites

The University of St Andrews’ Sea Mammal Research Unit (SMRU), SMRU Consulting, Natural Resources Wales (NRW) ...

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SMD: ¡VAMOS! Project Moves Forward

The ¡VAMOS! team at SMD's Wallsend base during the project launch in March

SMD have now completed their first deliverable for the ¡VAMOS! (Viable Alternative Mine Operating System) project. ...

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New Wave Energy Device Placed Offshore Italy

New Wave Energy Device Placed Off Italy

The Politecnico di Torino and the spin-off Wave for Energy have developed the first Italian 1:1 scale device for ...

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BMT Backs Submarine Institute of Australia

BMT Backs Submarine Institute of Australia

BMT, a design, engineering and risk management consultancy, has taken on a higher level of sponsorship of the ...

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