PPC-1 Subsea Cable Out of Service

PPC-1 Subsea Cable Out of Service

TPG, an Australian telecommunications provider, has informed its customers about the Sydney-Guam submarine cable ...

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Vroon Gets VOS Sugar

Vroon takes delivery of VOS Sugar

Vroon Offshore Services has taken delivery of a 68-metre subsea support vessel (SSV) VOS Sugar. The vessel was ...

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Balltec Delivers Plug Launcher for Åsgard Pipeline Project

Balltec Delivers Plug Launcher for Åsgard Pipeline Project

Balltec Engineered Solutions has completed work on Statoil’s infrastructure upgrade for the Åsgard Millom pipeline ...

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Port Macquarie Artificial Reef One Step Closer

Illustration of Port Macquarie Artificial Reef

The Port Macquarie Artificial Reef loadout was completed last week and the vessel Leaders Creek from Polaris and ...

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Production Starts from Laggan and Tormore Fields

Photo: Laggan-Tormore

Total has started-up production from the Laggan and Tormore gas and condensate fields, located in 600 meters of ...

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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 (Febuary 01 – ...

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Get Fit for $30 Oil, Industry Body Says

Subsea Expo Marks Another Good Year

Almost 7,000 visits were made to Europe’s largest subsea event, Subsea Expo, held in Aberdeen this week, despite ...

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Halliburton Launches Electrohydraulic Safety System

Halliburton Launches Electrohydraulic Subsea Safety System

Halliburton has released the Dash 3-inch Subsea Safety System, a solution for electrohydraulic control of ...

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EU Approves Schlumberger’s Acquisition of Cameron

Paal Kibsgaard, chairman and CEO of Schlumberger

The European Commission has given the green light, under the EU Merger Regulation, for the acquisition of Cameron ...

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PHOTO: MSS Welcomes Maersk Connector to Its Fleet

PHOTO MSS Welcomes Maersk Connector to Its Fleet

Maersk Connector, the DP2 cable installation vessel, was handed over from Damen Shipyards Group to Maersk Supply ...

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Subsea in January

Subsea in January

Subsea World News has gathered all the highlights to bring you a summarized version of the most popular articles ...

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PSL Releases New Product; Gets Harkand and Bibby Support

PSL Releases New Product; Gets Harkand and Bibby Offshore Support

PhotoSynergy Ltd (PSL) has added a new product to its subsea portfolio, the SLS2000, developed to provide the ...

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Factory Acceptance Testing Starts for Solwara 1 SSLP

Subsea slurry lift pump, Photo: GE Oil and Gas

GE Oil & Gas has informed Nautilus Minerals that the factory acceptance testing (FAT) on the subsea slurry and ...

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European Consortium Introduces Blue Nodules Project

Nodules on the seabed, Photo: Wikimedia

An European consortium has launched a new Horizon 2020 project, Blue Nodules, on February 01, 2016. This project ...

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Subsea UK Backs MATE ROV Challenge

Erin Kindness - Mintlaw Academy

Subsea UK has committed £20,000 to the Scottish MATE ROV competition, the industry body announced at Subsea Expo. ...

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Danish Minister OKs Baltic Sea Interconnection to Germany

Danish Minister Approves Baltic Sea Interconnection to Germany

The Danish Minister for Energy, Utilities and Climate, Lars Christian Lilleholt, has approved Energinet.dk’s ...

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Hawboldt Expands Team with New Appointment

Hawboldt Expands Team with New Appointment

Hawboldt Industries has welcomed David Marchetti to its team who joined the company in a senior sales role. ...

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Phoenix Returns to Search for MH370

Photo: Shipspotting

Phoenix International has been contracted by the Commonwealth of Australia to provide deepwater towed side scan ...

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Technip Wins Union Boycott Case in Norway

Ommund Stokka, Einar Living Land and Alexander Lindboe in the Labor Court in Oslo. Photo Atle Espen Helgesen

The Norwegian Labor Court has ruled in favor of Technip in the case against Industri Energi (IE) and the Norwegian ...

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Fugro Nets Pyrenees Contract from BHP Billiton

Fugro Nets Pyrenees Contract from BHP Billiton

Fugro has been awarded a contract by BHP Billiton Petroleum for the Pyrenees Phase 3 Installation Project. The ...

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Norfolk Marine Provides Scour Remediation for Scroby Sands

Norfolk Marine Provides Scour Remediation for Scroby Sands

Norfolk Marine has completed installation of its TFN scour remediation system to E.ON’s Scroby Sands offshore wind ...

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Bibby Offshore Proposes New Work Model for Subsea Industry

Bibby Offshore Proposes New Work Model for Subsea Industry

Subsea services player, Bibby Offshore, said it has developed an innovative vessel share option for clients. ...

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Subsea UK Awards Winners Revealed

Subsea UK Awards Winners Revealed

Aker Solutions was recognised as the best subsea company of the year at the Subsea UK awards and David Bloom of ...

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A2SEA’s Sea Worker Capsized Offshore Denmark

A2SEA’s Sea Worker Capsized Offshore Denmark

A2SEA’s Sea Worker vessel has capsized during the night between Tuesday and Wednesday, after running aground off ...

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AGR to Work on Gassnova CCS Project

AGR to Work on Gassnova CCS Project

AGR has finalised a frame agreement to act as technical advisors to Norwegian state-owned Gassnova, as the country ...

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Seabed Preparation Starts for Veja Mate OWF

Seabed Preparation Starts for Veja Mate OWF

Seabed preparation work has begun at Veja Mate, a 402MW offshore project located 95 km North West from the island ...

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Swiber Delivers Installation Project Off South America

Illustration purposes only; Image: Swiber

Swiber Holdings has completed a multi-million dollar platform and subsea pipeline installation project in South ...

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