KDM Marine Set for Asia Pacific Expansion

KDM Marine Set for Asia Pacific Expansion

A subsea excavation specialist, KDM Marine International, is set to develop its business within the Asia Pacific region. Members of the KDM Marine team, which is part of the James Fisher Group, will be exhibiting at OSEA ...

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Technip Bags Gullfaks Subsea Deal

Technip Bags Gullfaks Subsea Deal

Technip has won a contract with Statoil ASA for the Gullfaks Rimfaksdalen (GRD) Marine Operations Pipelay and ...

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Circle Group Buys WellPartner

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HitecVision has announced Circle Group’s acquisition of WellPartner AS, an equipment and services company ...

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Subsea Innovation Opens New HQ in Darlington

Subsea Innovation Opens New HQ in Darlington

On 25th November HRH The Duke of Gloucester officially opened Subsea Innovation’s new Headquarters on Faverdale ...

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Statoil Approved for Tune Until 2020

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Statoil has received consent to use subsea facilities on the Tune field until 2020. Tune is a gas condensate field ...

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PSA Audits Statoil’s Flexible Risers

PSA Audits Statoil's Flexible Risers

The PSA has carried out an audit of Statoil in respect of technology follow-up, operational follow-up and condition ...

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Norcom Gets SCORE Grant for eChart Development

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East Anglian grant programme, Supply Chain innovation for Offshore Renewable Energy (SCORE), has awarded funding to ...

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Nexans’ Umbilicals on Asgard Compression Station

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Nexans has delivered power umbilicals for world’s first subsea gas compression station at the Statoil’s ...

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Woodside Commits to Morroco Seismic

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Woodside has entered into a contract for an exclusive Reconnaissance Licence (RL) with the Office National des ...

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UK Boosts Funds for Subsea CCS

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Companies developing cutting edge low carbon energy projects in generation, efficiency and storage, such as ...

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Shell Faces USD 4 Bln Fine for Bonga Oil Leak

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An oil major, Shell, is facing a fine of USD 3.96 billion for the oil spill that happened in 2011 on Bonga oil ...

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Great Barrier Reef on the ‘In Danger’ List ?

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The Greens have reported that the Newman Government’s Port Bill allows open slather for dredging, dumping and port ...

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Emera Kicks Off Maritime Link Project

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The governments of Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador and NSP Maritime Link Inc., a subsidiary of Emera, ...

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No Trace of MH370 After 7000 sq km Covered

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The Chief Coordinator of the Joint Agency Coordination Centre (JACC), Judith Zielke, together with the Program ...

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Persephone Project Gets Green Light (Australia)

Persephone Project Gets Green Light (Australia)

The North West Shelf  (NWS) Project participants have approved the Persephone Project off the north-west coast of ...

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Dolphin Confirms Off India Seismic Deal

Dolphin Confirms Off India Seismic Deal

Norwegian seismic contractor, Dolphin Geophysical, has formally accepted the Letter of Award to perform two major ...

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UK: Subsea Innovation Gets New Director

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Subsea Innovation has appointed Dave Thompson as Technical Director. The company which designs & manufactures ...

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Wind and Tidal Power to Produce Hydrogen ?

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An Orkney-based project to develop an innovative use of renewable energy generated on land and at sea has secured ...

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Coral Reef Scientists Scoop QLD Young Tall Poppy ...

Coral Reef Scientists Scoop QLD Young Tall Poppy Science Awards

Townsville-based marine biologist, Dr Sue-Ann Watson has been named Queensland Young Tall Poppy Scientist of the ...

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