Rapp Marine to Kit Out New OSU Research Vessel

Rapp Marine has been selected by Gulf Island Shipyard as the overboard handling system single source vendor (OHS ...

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Marine Power Systems Enters New Phase of WaveSub Trials

Marine Power Systems (MPS), a wave power technology development company based in Wales, UK, said it will unveil its ...

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OEEC 2017 - Celebrating 10 Years of Offshore Energy

Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference brought together over 550 exhibitors and 12,145 visitors in halls 1, 2 ...

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Zenith Sees Global Growth After Five Years in Business

Aberdeen-based well engineering and project management company Zenith Energy has marked five years in business by ...

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US Navy Orders Sub-Launched UAVs from AeroVironment

AeroVironment, an unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) provider for military and commercial applications, has won a ...

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OEEC: Video Highlights of Day 1

The first exhibition day of Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference 2017 (OEEC) is behind us. The video shows ...

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Tekmar Bolsters Management

Tekmar Energy, specialists in cable and subsea protection systems for the offshore energy markets has recently ...

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WorleyParsons Scoops Up AmecFW UK Assets for £182M

WorleyParsons said it has entered into a binding agreement to acquire Amec Foster Wheeler (AFW) for an enterprise ...

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Maersk Supply Service Snatches Welltec CFO

Well technologies provider for the oil and gas industry Welltec said that its chief financial officer, Michael ...

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Well-SENSE Gets New CEO

Aberdeen-based downhole technology specialist, Well-SENSE, has appointed Craig Feherty as its new chief executive ...

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Petrofac and Danos to Team Up

Petrofac and Danos, a US-based oilfield services provider, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU). The MoU ...

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Archer in Next-Gen Downhole Imaging and Measurement Push

Archer said it has launched a new generation of its SPACE ultrasound imaging and measurement services, which apply ...

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Seabed Survey Starts in Hong Kong Waters

Hong Kong Marine Department has informed that a seabed survey will be carried out in the southwestern part of Hong ...

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Jan De Nul Gears for Nasr Phase 2 Cabling Campaign

Jan De Nul has said it is in full swing with preparations for the subsea cable laying work for ADMA-OPCO’s Nasr ...

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Royal IHC and Subsea 7 Finalize New Reel Lay Vessel Order

Royal IHC and Subsea 7 have signed a firm contract for the design and build of a new reel lay vessel, following ...

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SAL Presents ‘Marine Projects’ Division

SAL is launching its Marine Projects department, a team dedicated to heavy lift shipping and marine installation ...

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Seaborn and Aqua Comms Establish New Subsea Link

Seaborn and Aqua Comms have formed a strategic alliance to provide a new subsea route between South America and ...

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Video: Vryhof Trials Its New Anchor Offshore Australia

Vryhof, anchoring and mooring specialist, said it has completed field tests with its Stevshark Rex anchor in ...

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Royal IHC Tests Its New J-Lay System at Port of Blyth

Northumberland based engineering firm Royal IHC Limited, a Port of Blyth client and the UK arm of Dutch parent ...

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LR Class for DeepFlight Submarines

Lloyd’s Register (LR) has classed the DeepFlight Super Falcon 3S in accordance with its Rules for the Construction ...

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Japan Starts Mining Hydrothermal Deposits

Japan has carried out the world’s first mining and lift test of hydrothermal deposits at about 1,600 meters ...

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