Natixis Becomes Equity Advisor for Hawaiki Cable

Natixis Becomes Exclusive Equity Advisor for Hawaiki Cable

Hawaiki Submarine Cable LP, the New Zealand owner and developer of Hawaiki submarine cable system, has appointed ...

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Cargo Ship Grounding Off Albay Damages Coral Reefs

Cargo Ship Grounding Off Albay Damages Coral Reefs

Coral reefs in the vicinity of Legazpi, Albay were damaged by a Vietnam-flagged cargo vessel which ran aground 900 ...

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OMS Gets Seabed Exploration Contract

Ocean Mineral Singapore Gets Seabed Mining Contract

Ocean Mineral Singapore Pte Ltd (OMS) has entered into a 15-year exploration contract for polymetallic nodules at a ...

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Mooreast MA5P Anchors for Offshore Malaysia Field

Mooreast MA5P Anchors for Offshore Malaysia Field

8 units of 15 ton Mooreast MA5P anchors have been installed at a newly developed field offshore Terengganu, ...

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Prysmian Builds Its Highest Fibre-Count Underwater Cable

Prysmian Builds Highest Fibre-Count Underwater Cable in OZ

Prysmian was hired by Australia’s FirstPath to build and install the highest capacity underwater cable ...

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Teledyne Bowtech Systems in Shipwreck Survey

Teledyne Bowtech Systems in Shipwreck Survey (2)

Teledyne Bowtech, a subsea vision systems provider, has recently supplied LED-V-20K lamps, a Surveyor-HD-Pro camera ...

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WATCH: Rough Sea Conditions in MH370 Search

WATCH Rough Sea Conditions in MH370 Search (2)

The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) has released new videos showing the weather conditions the vessels ...

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Diving Firm to Pay for Propeller Death Incident (NZ)

Diving Firm to Pay for Propeller Death Incident (NZ)

Whangarei diving company The Dive Spot Limited has been fined $50,000 and co-director and skipper Mark Andrew ...

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VARD to Build Diving Support Vessel for Kreuz Subsea

VARD to Build Diving Support Vessel for Kreuz Subsea

Vard Holdings Limited (“VARD”) has secured a contract for the design and construction of one Diving Support and ...

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Mitra Energy Conducts 3D Seismic Survey Off Vietnam

Mitra Energy Conducts 3D Seismic Survey Off Vietnam

Mitra Energy started 3D seismic survey acquisition operations in the Block 127 PSC area, offshore Vietnam on May ...

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Carnegie Receives Milestone Payments from ARENA

Carnegie Receives CETO Milestone Payments from ARENA

Wave energy developer Carnegie Wave Energy has received approval for $1.5 million in milestone payments from ...

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Great Barrier Reef Marine Reserves Reduce Coral Disease

Photo: Joleah Lamb

A new and significant role for marine reserves on the Great Barrier Reef has been revealed, with researchers ...

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Civmec Wins Work for GE and FMC Technologies

Civmec Wins Work for GE and FMC Technologies

Australia’s Civmec informed that the company has secured contracts from GE Oil & Gas and FMC ...

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DCNS Expands ROV Fleet with Tiger and Falcon

DCNS Expands ROV Fleet with Saab Seaeye Tiger and Falcon

DCNS Group has enhanced its ROV capability with a Saab Seaeye Tiger and Saab Seaeye Falcon ROVs. Both ROVs will be ...

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Searcher Completes Drop Bear Reprocessing

Searcher Completes Drop Bear Reprocessing

Searcher Seismic in conjunction with project partner, Fugro Multi Client Services (FMCS) announces that the Drop ...

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Report: Solwara 1 to Potentially Reduce Mining Impacts

Report Solwara 1 to Potentially Reduce Mining Impacts

Nautilus Minerals informed that Earth Economics has released an independent Environmental and Social Benchmarking ...

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Hydrex Fixes Stern Tube Seal in Australia

Hydrex Fixes Stern Tube Seal in Australia

Hydrex diver/technician team carried out underwater stern tube seal repairs on a 200-meter roro vessel in Port ...

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Vos Prodect’s Cable Hang-Off Systems for Tamra OWF

Vos Prodect's Cable Hang-Off Systems for Tamra OWF

Hyundai Engineering & Steel Industries has appointed Vos Prodect Innovations as preferred supplier for ...

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Go Phoenix to Pull Out from MH370 Search

Go Phoenix to Pull Out from MH370 Search

The search for missing Malaysian Airline MH370 has now covered more than 48,000 square kilometers of the seafloor. ...

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Shen Neng 1 Owners Go to Court over GBR Damage

Photo: AMSA

The Commonwealth of Australia has taken legal actions in the Federal Court against Shenzhen Energy, after its ship ...

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IEV Nets Five New Subsea Contracts

IEV Nets Five New Subsea Contracts

IEV Holdings Limited has secured five new contracts under its Subsea Solutions Business Unit (SSBU) for ...

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BMT Isis Supports JFD’s NSRS Contract

BMT Isis Supports JFD's NSRS Contract

BMT Isis will provide safety and environmental support for JFD’s five-year contract with the UK Ministry of Defence ...

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Extinction Warnings Issued over Maui’s Dolphins

Photo: Stewe Dawson/NABU

The number of Maui’s dolphins, has reached a historic low, the latest findings show. The research says that ...

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Hervey Bay Gets New Artificial Reefs

Artificial Reef Block

Building blocks that will make up two new artificial reefs in Hervey Bay, weighting a total 690 tonnes, will leave ...

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Sole Gas Field Project Enters FEED Stage (Australia)

Sole Gas Field Project Enters FEED Stage (Australia)

The Sole gas field and Orbost Gas Plant project has entered into Front End Engineering and Design (FEED) phase, ...

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Maari MR7A Development Well On Stream, New Zealand

Maari MR7A Development Well On Stream, New Zealand

Cue Energy announced that production from the Maari MR7A development well has been brought on stream, with a ...

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PETRONAS: First Oil Flows from Bukit Tua Field

PETRONAS First Oil Flows from Bukit Tua Field in Indonesia

PETRONAS achieved the first oil from the Bukit Tua field in Indonesia, on 17 May 2015. PETRONAS’ General Manager ...

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