OGA Offers More Insight Into UKCS Data

The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) is continuing to make more and more data openly available in an effort to help ...

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Kongsberg K-MATE Autonomy System for New USV-AUV Platform

Kongsberg Maritime has received the first order for K-MATE, its latest marine robotics innovation. K-MATE, an ...

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Subsea Industries Welcomes TAU Research Into Hull Biofouling

A study into the extent to which biofouling on ships’ hulls is contributing to the spread of invasive aquatic ...

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Nova Moves Forward with Bardsey Sound Tidal Energy Project

Nova Innovation has teamed up with renewable energy organisation YnNi Llŷn to develop a tidal energy project at ...

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ARENA Supports Tidal Energy Mapping in Australia

Australia’s tidal energy resource will be mapped in unprecedented detail in a new study funded by the Commonwealth ...

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Carbon Trust’s OWA Subsea Inspection Competition Open

The Carbon Trust’s Offshore Wind Accelerator (OWA), a collaborative RD&D programme funded by nine offshore wind ...

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TWI to Develop Underwater Laser Cutting for Decommissioning

Research and technology organisation TWI has started a new project to reportedly advance the decommissioning of ...

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BAM Preps Blyth Foundations for Setup

BAM has floated out the first of the five concrete gravity base foundations being constructed for EDF Blyth wind ...

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Trelleborg Develops Sealing Solution for New STL Coupler

Trelleborg Sealing Solutions was asked to create a seal that would work inside a pioneering new product which was ...

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Bourbon Inks MoU for New Support Vessel Prototype

Bourbon has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Automated Ships Ltd to support the building of ...

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Huawei Marine to Build Solomon Islands Subsea System

Huawei Marine has signed a contract with the Solomon Island Submarine Cable Company (SISCC) to construct the first ...

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Airborne Delivers Shell TCP Flowline Qualification Project

The Netherlands-based thermoplastic composite pipe technology specialist Airborne Oil & Gas said it has ...

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Ramboll Gets New Barents Pipeline FEED Study

Ramboll will be carrying a FEED study for the pipelines connecting the Askeladd field to the Snøhvit field in the ...

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New Oil Discovery in Kayak Well for Statoil

Statoil and partners Eni and Petoro have made an oil discovery in the Kayak well in the Johan Castberg licence, in ...

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Statoil to Evaluate New CO2 Storage Project on NCS

Gassnova has assigned Statoil to evaluate the development of carbon storage on the Norwegian continental shelf ...

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Kraken Receives ThunderFish Alpha AUV

Kraken Sonar has formally taken delivery of ThunderFish Alpha autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) designed for deep ...

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PGS to Share Surplus Data with IMR Norway

Petroleum Geo-Services (PGS) has entered into a data sharing agreement with the Institute of Marine Research (IMR) ...

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Bardot Sets Up OTEC Simulator

Bardot Group has completed its latest R&D project: an experimentation platform named OTEC Lab. This facility is ...

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EU Funding Provided for Celtic Interconnector

A project to build an interconnector linking the French and Irish electricity systems, the Celtic interconnector, ...

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Oceana Embarks on North Sea Survey

Oceana has lauched a two-month expedition in the North Sea to survey important areas of marine life in the waters ...

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Boaty McBoatface Completes Its First Mission

The RRS James Clark Ross arrived at the National Oceanography Centre last week, returning Autosub Long Range (Boaty ...

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ASV Takes Part in GoM Marine Mammal Monitoring Expedition

ASV Global has participated in LADC-GEMM consortium’s summer expedition to the Gulf of Mexico to monitor marine ...

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Wood Group Scoops Alexandroupolis FEED

Wood Group has secured a new front end engineering design (FEED) contract with Gastrade S.A. for the ...

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JFD, Vanguard on Track with 'Safety-Advanced' SPHL Project

JFD, the subsea operations and manufacturing company and part of James Fisher and Sons, nears completion of two ...

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New Tidal Energy Park in Scotland Lands Approval

A 30 turbine tidal park, to be situated off the south-west coast of Islay, has been granted planning consent, ...

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Directorate of Fisheries Says No to Aqualine Subsea System

The Norwegian Directorate of Fisheries has decided to reject the application from Aqualine for 10 development ...

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DTU Works on New Underwater Robot for Offshore Industry

Technical University of Denmark (DTU) has set up a laboratory where researchers will complete a modular underwater ...

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