Eni Restarts Goliat Flows


Eni Norge has resumed production on the Goliat field early Tuesday morning following a shutdown on August 26. Full ...

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Statoil Celebrates 1 Year of Åsgard Subsea Gas Compression


The world’s first subsea gas compression system has now been in operation for one year on the Åsgard field in the ...

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Aker Solutions to Launch Another ESPP


Aker Solutions said it will offer employees in selected jurisdictions the opportunity to buy shares of the company. ...

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Impact Subsea Launches seaView Hydro Survey


Impact Subsea has released seaView Hydro Survey to provide an easy to use and cost effective hydrographic survey ...

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Petrofac Completes Well Decommissioning for Tullow


Petrofac has completed well decommissioning for Tullow Oil in the Southern North Sea. Well engineering and well ...

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PGS Wraps Up Bréanann 3D Seismic Acquisition


PGS has completed Bréanann 3D seismic acquisition over circa 2.392 km2 of the northern Porcupine Basin, 150 km west ...

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Plocan Hosts SWARMS


Plocan is hosting several activities between September 22 and October 04 that form part of the European Smart ...

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N-Seatec Inks Distributor Agreement with PSL PhotoSynergy


N-Seatec has signed exclusive distributor agreement with PSL PhotoSynergy Ltd. PSL has a range of Lightpath systems ...

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Kongsberg's Echosounder for Clinton Marine's Vessel


Clinton Marine Survey has invested in a new Kongsberg EM2040C dual head system for its medium to ultra shallow ...

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Highlights of the Week


Subsea World News has put together a recap of the most interesting articles from the previous week (August 19 – ...

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North Energy Capital Ups Reach Subsea Stake


North Energy Capital has acquired additional stake in Norwegian contractor Reach Subsea, the Oslo-listed firm ...

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Norwegian Subsea Company Goes Under


Norwegian provider of subsea equipment to the industry, NLI Subsea, has been declared bankrupt. NLI Subsea, ...

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Polarcus Bags Another Deal


Following the awards in Australasia, seismic contractor Polarcus has received a letter of intent for another 3D ...

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Teledyne RESON Launches New Versions of SeaBat T-Series


Teledyne RESON has introduced four new multibeam sonar systems built on the SeaBat T-series platform. The new ...

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Sif Ships First Monopiles Batch for Galloper OWF


Sif plant at Maasvlakte 2 has completed its first shipment of monopiles for Galloper offshore wind farm, located ...

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EBRD Boosts Turkey’s Subsea Cable Project


The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is funding Turkey’s investment in a new fibre-optic ...

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Claxton Presents New Edition of Its Decommissioning Tools


Claxton has introduced the latest modular versions of its conductor recovery tower and SABRE abrasive cutting ...

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Largest Fleet of Marine Robots Deployed in UK Waters

Submarine gliders on the launch vessel at SAMS prior to deployment

The National Oceanography Centre (NOC) and partners have started a two-week mission involving ten marine robots ...

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Huawei Takes Unrepeatered Systems to New Lengths

Huawei at WDM Africa 2015

Huawei Marine said it has further increased the transmission distance of unrepeatered submarine cable systems in a ...

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Operators to Install Data Link Alongside COBRA


TenneT and Energinet.dk will set up a fibre-optic data link alongside the so-called COBRA cable, scheduled to kick ...

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Spectrum Begins 3D Shoot in Western Barents Sea


Spectrum has started an 1,800 km2 multi client 3D seismic survey offshore Norway in the Western Barents Sea. The ...

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Nexans Scores Technology Hat Trick in HVDC Cables


Nexans said it has developed three cable technologies to provide transmission system operators with new solutions ...

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Vattenfall Completes Horns Rev 3 Mine Removal Ops

Photo: Vattenfall

Vattenfall informed that the operation to detonate WWII mine under Denmark’s future offshore wind farm Horns ...

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ABB Disposes of High-Voltage Cable Business for USD 934 Mln

ABB's cable factory in Karlskrona, Sweden. Photo: ABB

NKT Cables is acquiring ABB’s global high-voltage cable system business with a total enterprise value of EUR 836 ...

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Technip to Cut UK Jobs


Technip is said to be looking into staff reductions at its UK North Sea subsea delivery business. According to ...

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Fugro Cuts Vessel Downtime During Rampion Cable Laying Ops

Photo: Fugro

Fugro has set up a new track base unit on its work-class remotely operated vehicle (ROV) utilised in cable lay ...

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ECA Delivers Underwater MCM Systems to Two Navies


ECA Group has delivered several underwater mine counter measure (MCM) systems to two navies, Kazakhstan being one ...

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