CIS Installs Directional Conductors Off Australia

CIS Installs Directional Conductors Off Australia

Conductor Installation Services (CIS), an Acteon company, has installed directional conductors to form the basis of ...

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Indonesia Sinks 38 Vessels

Indonesia Sinks 38 Vessels

Indonesian authorities sank 38 fishing vessels that were caught for illegal fishing. According to media reports, 34 ...

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Underwater Ops on Sewol Salvage Start

Underwater Ops on Sewol Salvage Start

China’s Shanghai Salvage-led consortium started underwater operations on the Sewol ferry recovery. According to ...

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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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Wood Group Nets Ca Rong Do Subsea FEED

Subsea Systems, Illustration purpose only

Wood Group has been awarded the front end engineering and design (FEED) contract for the subsea development of the ...

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Airborne's TCP Flowline for PETRONAS' Project Off Malaysia

Flowline Illustration

PETRONAS has requested Airborne Oil & Gas to supply a TCP Flowline for a pilot project, intended to be ...

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Ichthys LNG Project Lowers Three More Production Manifolds

Ichthys LNG Project Lowers Three More Production Manifolds

INPEX-operated Ichthys LNG Project has seen three more subsea production manifolds safely and successfully landed ...

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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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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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NOC: Barnacles Could Help Determine MH370 Debris Path

NOC Barnacles Could Help Determine MH370 Debris Path

The type and size of barnacles on the Malaysian Airways MH370 flight debris could provide clues to the path it took ...

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EMGS Gets LoA for Survey Off Malaysia

Photo: EMGS

Electromagnetic Geoservices ASA (EMGS) has received a letter of award (LOA) for a contract worth approximately USD ...

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Incat Designs Dive Vessel for Down Under Cruise & Dive

Incat Designs Dive Vessel for Down Under Cruise & Dive

Incat Crowther has signed a contract to design a 33m Catamaran Dive Vessel for Down Under Cruise & Dive of ...

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MH370: Experts to Shed Light on Suspected Wing Part

MH370 Experts to Shed Light on Suspected Wing Part

New hopes have been raised in search for the Malaysia Airlines jet, which disappeared on March 8 last year, en ...

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FURUNO Increases Its Stake in ENL

FURUNO Increases Its Stake in ENL

ENL Group and FURUNO Electric Co. Ltd of Japan have announced that FURUNO has increased its investment into the New ...

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Ian Cobban Joins Atlantis Resources Board

Ian Cobban Joins Atlantis Resources Board

Atlantis Resources announces the appointment of Ian Cobban as an independent Non-Executive Director with immediate ...

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Carnegie: WavePOD Project Secures WES Funding

WES Funds WavePOD Development for Carnegie's CETO

Carnegie Wave Energy has announced the award of a £2m grant from the Scottish Government’s Wave Energy Scotland ...

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TMT ROV to Support Drilling Ops Off Vietnam

TMT ROV to Support Drilling Ops Off Vietnam

A Total Marine Technology (TMT) Typhoon MK2 heavy work class ROV has been contracted to provide drill support for ...

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JOIDES Resolution Begins Ocean Expedition Off Australia

JOIDES Resolution Begins Ocean Expedition Off Western Australia

JOIDES Resolution research vessel is preparing to take a group of international scientists on a two-month ocean ...

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Several Cargo Vessels Sank in Qisha Port; Crews Safe

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A total of 48 Vietnamese sailors were rescued after six cargo vessels sank or run aground in the Qisha Port area in ...

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Wood Group Nets Browse Subsea Flowline FEED Contract

Wood Group Nets Browse Subsea Flowline FEED Contract

Wood Group has secured a new contract to carry out front-end engineering and design (FEED) for the Woodside ...

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DRA Secures Nautilus Vessel Dewatering Plant Design Contract

DRA Secures Nautilus Vessel Dewatering Plant Design Contract

Nautilus Minerals announces that contract for the detailed design of the Solwara 1 dewatering plant to be used on ...

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Stonehenge Protean WEC Enters Wet Testing Phase

Stonehenge Protean WEC Enters Wet Testing Phase

Stonehenge Metals Limited announces that the fully assembled workshop testing of the core energy conversion system ...

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Carnegie, UWA Get Grant for Anchoring System Project

CETO 6

Carnegie Wave Energy Limited will partner with the University of Western Australia (UWA) on a $460,000 project part ...

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Hawaiian Telcom Sells SEA-US Submarine Cable Capacity

Hawaiian Telcom Sells SEA-US Submarine Cable Capacity

Hawaiian Telcom continues to sell capacity on its portion of the South-East Asia – United States (SEA-US) submarine ...

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Three More SMD Quantum WROVs for COOEC

Three More SMD Quantum WROVs for COOEC

SMD delivered three Quantum Work Class ROV (WROV) systems to China’s offshore engineering construction company, ...

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Ashtead Supports Survey of HMAS Sydney

Ashtead Supports Survey of HMAS Sydney

An Aberdeen based Ashtead Technology has donated subsea equipment to help discover what caused the loss of 645 ...

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CNOOC: Production Starts from Luda 10-1 Project

CNOOC Production Starts from Luda 10-1 Project

CNOOC Limited announced that the Luda 10-1 comprehensive adjustment project has started production. The Luda 10-1 ...

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