Havyard Sinks into Red

Havyard 832 SOV

Havyard Group has slipped into loss in the fourth quarter 2014, despite significant growth in operating revenues, ...

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Osiris Upgrades Falcon ROV

Falcon

In support of routine inspection and maintenance work at a Nuclear Power Station in the UK, Osiris Marine carried ...

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SeaBird Loss Grows

Voyager Explorer

Norwegian seismic player SeaBird Exploration has plunged deeper into the red on cost of sales, impairments and weak ...

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New Guidance on Offshore Wind Farm Cable Burial

New Guidance on Offshore Wind Farm Cable Burial

New guidance has been published by the Carbon Trust’s Offshore Wind Accelerator (OWA) to give the offshore wind ...

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VIDEO: Atlantic Carrier Cable Ship

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Atlantic Marine’s multi-purpose supply vessel (MPSV) UT705 Atlantic Carrier, was converted into the latest cutting ...

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Prysmian Profit Falls

Prysmian Profit Falls

Prysmian has reported a drop in earnings for the full year 2014.  Italy’s cables manufacturer said its full ...

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Tocardo Buys Swanturbines Technology

Tocardo Buys Swanturbines Technology

Tocardo Tidal Turbines, producer of tidal and free-flow water turbines, has reached agreement for the acquisition ...

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Siem Sees Profits Rise

SIEM DAYA II

Oslo-listed Siem Offshore has generated fourth quarter operating revenues of USD 137.7 million, compared to USD ...

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Asco to Operate Mariner Supply Base and Warehouse

Asco to Operate Mariner Supply Base and Warehouse

Statoil (U.K.) Limited has, on behalf of the Mariner co-venturers, awarded the contracts for supply base and ...

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CGG to Cut More as Loss Widens

CGG to Cut More as Loss Widens

French seismic contractor CGG announced additional cost reduction plans and further downsizing of its fleet as it ...

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Nautricity Gets EMEC Grid Berth

Nautricity Gets EMEC Grid Berth

Scottish tidal turbine developer, Nautricity, has secured a grid connected tidal test berth at the European Marine ...

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Wave Energy Scotland Gets Financial Boost

Wave Energy Scotland Gets Financial Boost

Wave Energy Scotland will receive a total of £14.3 million over the next thirteen months, Energy Minister Fergus ...

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NHC Names Global Training Manager

NHC Aberdeen

Lieutenant Commander Richard “Soapy” Watson has been appointed as Global Training Manager for National Hyperbaric ...

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Wood Group PSN Gets New CEO

WGPSN New CEO Dave Stewart

Dave Stewart has been appointed as chief executive officer (CEO) of Wood Group PSN (WGPSN).  Effective April 2015, ...

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INTERVIEW: Innovation is the Key, Subsea UK CEO Says

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Recently Subsea UK organized a very successful Subsea Expo exhibition and conference in Aberdeen. Despite the ...

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Gazprom Boosts Export Routes

Gazprom Boosts Export Routes

The Gazprom Board of Directors has approved the company’s strategy aimed at diversifying its export routes and ...

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Ithaca: FPF-1 Modification Delays GSA Start-Up

Ithaca FPF-1 Modification Delays GSA Start-Up

Ithaca Energy is facing further start-up delays of the Greater Stella Area production hub, due to delay in “FPF-1” ...

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McDermott, Petrofac in Subsea Pact

McDermott, Petrofac Form Subsea Alliance

McDermott and Petrofac have formed a strategic marketing alliance to pursue top-tier deepwater subsea, umbilical, ...

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FES Bend Stiffener Connectors for Saipem

Saipem Orders

UK subsea engineering firm, FES International, has won a $2 million contract to supply Bend Stiffener Connectors ...

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European Commission to Reboot EU's Energy Policy

European Commission to Reboot EU's Energy Policy

The EU must continue to support and develop renewable energy technologies of strategic importance such as ocean ...

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PHOTO: SSV ‘Thor Magni’ Named in Turkey

seismic support vessel Thor Magni was christened in Turkey

Faroe Islands-based P/F Thor’s seismic support vessel Thor Magni was christened in Turkey on February 21. The ...

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Technip Bags Glenlivet Subsea Contract Off UK

Technip Bags Glenlivet Subsea Contract Off UK

Building on the previous award by Total E&P UK of the contract for the Edradour Subsea Development, located ...

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Kvaerner Loses Sverdrup Bid, Plans More Cuts

Kvaerner Loses Johan Sverdrup Job, Plans Staff Cuts

Kvaerner plans to implement further cost reductions after failing to secure the Johan Sverdrup tender, a job that ...

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ABB Subsea Cables for Swedish Link

ABB Subsea Cables for Swedish Link

ABB has won an order worth around $11 million from the Swedish utility Svenska kraftnät to design, manufacture, and ...

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Eidesvik to Christen Viking Neptun on Saturday

Eidesvik to Christen Viking Neptun on Saturday

Norwegian vessel owner, Eidesvik Offshore, will perform a naming ceremony for its latest Offshore Construction ...

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ACE Winches Strengthens Management Board

Colin Black

ACE Winches, the winch and deck machinery specialist, has announced the appointment of Colin Black as chief ...

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Bilfinger to Install Nordergründe OWF Monopiles

Bilfinger to Install Nordergründe OWF Monopiles

Bilfinger Marine & Offshore Systems has won an order for the installation of 19 steel foundations at the new ...

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