Elnusa in Seismic Vessel Buy

Elnusa in Seismic Vessel Buy

Indonesian oil and gas services company, Elnusa, has purchased a seismic vessel at the beginning of the second ...

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Malaysia Opens Its Waters to Multi-Client Surveys

Malaysia Opens Its Waters to Multi-Client Surveys

Malaysian offshore waters have, for the first time, opened to the multi-client seismic model, TGS informed. The ...

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Hawaiki Submarine Cable Construction Starts

Hawaiki Submarine Cable Construction Starts

Hawaiki Submarine Cable and TE SubCom announced that the contract for the Hawaiki submarine cable system has come ...

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Ezra and Chiyoda Launch Subsea Joint Venture

August MoU Signing, Photo: Ezra

Japan’s ECS player Chiyoda and Ezra’s subsea service business EMAS AMC have launched a joint venture ...

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New Subsea Cable Connecting Perth to Singapore Announced

New Subsea Cable Connecting Perth to Singapore Announced

Singtel, SubPartners, and Telstra have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to build a new ...

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South-East Asia Japan Cable Gets Third Capacity Boost

South-East Asia Japan Cable Gets Third Capacity Boost

TE SubCom, a TE Connectivity company, has signed a contract to perform its third network upgrade to the South-East ...

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Mermaid Bags Subsea Gig in Thailand

Mermaid Bags Subsea Gig in Thailand

Mermaid Subsea Services (Thailand), a part of Mermaid Maritime, has been awarded a subsea remotely operated vehicle ...

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Basslink Could Be Online Mid-June; Repairs Underway

Photo: Shipspotting

Australian Basslink has located and removed the fault location at the interconnector between George Town in ...

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Most Severe Coral Bleaching Documented on GBR

Most Severe Coral Bleaching Documented on GBR

Aerial surveys of more than 500 coral reefs from Cairns to Papua New Guinea reveal that the most pristine section ...

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China's RV Zhang Jian Ready for Its First Mission

China's RV Zhang Jian Ready for Its First Mission

China has launched a new research vessel ‘Zhang Jian’, designed as a mother vessel for ‘Rainbow ...

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Highlights of the Week

Highlights of the week

Subsea World News has put together a recap of the most interesting articles from the previous week (March 21 – ...

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Woodside Shelves Browse FLNG Project

Woodside Shelves Browse FLNG Development

Following completion of front-end engineering and design (FEED) work, the Browse Joint Venture participants have ...

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Songa Offshore Hits DSME with $65.8 Mln Counterclaim

Songa Offshore Hits DSME with $65.8 Counterclaim

Songa Offshore has submitted its defence in the arbitrations initiated by Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine ...

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HMAS Mermaid Surveys Minesweeper Wreck Off OZ

Full density colour image of HMAS Warrnambool on the ocean floor.

Royal Australian Navy’s survey motor launch HMAS Mermaid made a small detour while conducting hydrographic survey ...

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Ramform Tethys Joins PGS

Ramform Tethys Joins PGS

The third of four Ramform Titan-class vessels, the Ramform Tethys, was named at the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries ...

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TGA Subsea Cable Construction Underway

Tasman Global Access

Cable laying operations of the first section of the Tasman Global Access (TGA) undersea cable are set to begin this ...

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MEC Plans Sydney Basin Survey

MEC Plans Sydney Basin Survey

MEC Resources has begun preparatory work to perform a seismic survey in the offshore Sydney Basin in PEP11. This ...

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DoCoMo Pacific Hires NEC to Build ATISA Subsea Cable

DoCoMo Pacific Hires NEC to Build ATISA Subsea Cable

DoCoMo Pacific and NEC Corporation have signed a contract to build ATISA, an optical submarine cable system that ...

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PPC-1 Cable Repair Almost Complete

Photo: TeleGeography

TPG, an operator of PIPE Pacific Cable 1 (PPC-1) system stretching from Sydney to Guam, informed that the cable ...

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Basslink Back in May?

Basslink Subsea Cable May Become Operational Again in May

Basslink has refined the probable fault location of a subsea cable connecting George Town in Tasmania and Loy Yang ...

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TE SubCom to Upgrade AAE-1 Cable System

Photo: TeleGeography

TE SubCom, a TE Connectivity company, and the consortium behind the Asia-Africa-Europe-1 (AAE-1) cable system, ...

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GEOMAR Hosts Delegation from South Korea

Photo: J. Steffen, GEOMAR

The ambassador of South Korea to Germany, Kyung-soo Lee, has visited GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research ...

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Matrix Nets Chinese Order

Matrix Nets Chinese Order

Matrix Composites & Engineering (MCE) has been awarded a contract to supply drilling riser buoyancy to an ...

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Subcon Delivers Port Macquarie Artificial Reef

Subcon Delivers Port Macquarie Artificial Reef

Subcon has delivered its 6th offshore artificial reef project in two years. The design includes 20 fibre reinforced ...

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WASSP to Launch Its New Multibeam Sounder

S3 3D view

New Zealand-based WASSP Ltd, an ENL Group Company, has introduced its new multibeam sounder the WASSP S3. According ...

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World’s Largest Underwater Restaurant En Route to Maldives

World’s Largest Underwater Restaurant En Route to Maldives

Global shipping & logistics services provider, GAC, has organised move of the world’s biggest underwater ...

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VIDEO: Heerema Wraps Up Ichthys Flowlines Setup

Photo: Heerema

Heerema Marine Contractors Australia (HMC) has, under the contract awarded by McDermott, completed the installation ...

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