PHOTO: Normand Maximus Starts Transit to Norway

Normand Maximus Starts Transit to Norway 1

Following the launching ceremony, Normand Maximus, an offshore subsea construction vessel, started its journey from ...

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PHOTO: OSCV Normand Maximus Launched

OSCV Normand Maximus Launched

Solstad Offshore’s NB 830 offshore subsea construction vessel, Normand Maximus, was launched yesterday from Vard’s ...

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Subsea 7 to Support Centrica’s NCS Pojects

Butch, Photo: Centrica

Subsea 7 has been awarded a long term agreement with Centrica to provide support to Centrica throughout early phase ...

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Aibel Wins Field Development Job for Centrica

Photo: Centrica

Centrica Energy Norway has awarded Aibel a frame agreement for Field Development projects on the Norwegian ...

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Deep Sea Mooring Bags Lundin Norway Deal

Deep Sea Mooring Bags Lundin Norway Deal

Global Maritime Deep Sea Mooring has been awarded a three-year contract with Lundin Norway for mooring equipment ...

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Centrica to Develop Butch as Subsea Tie-in to Ula

Centrica to Develop Butch as Subsea Tie-in to Ula

Butch discovery operator, Centrica Energy Norway, and partners have decided that Butch will be developed as a ...

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Pulse Bags NOV Mooring Line Monitoring Contract

INTEGRIpodTM, Photo: Pulse

Pulse Structural Monitoring, an Acteon company, has been awarded a contract with National Oilwell Varco (NOV) ...

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Subsea 7 Job Axe Falls in Norway

Subsea 7 Cuts 70 Jobs in Norway

Oil services company, Subsea 7, has decided to adjust its offshore workforce capacity in Norway after a continued ...

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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 (September 28 – ...

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Technip Receives Norway Boycott Notice

Technip Receives Norway Boycott Notice

Norway’s offshore union, Industri Energi, has warned Technip Singapore PTE about a boycott starting October ...

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Statoil Sees Final Piece of Polarled Pipeline Laid

Statoil Sees Final Piece of Polarled Pipeline Laid

The final pipe in the 482.4 kilometre long Polarled Pipeline was laid at the Aasta Hansteen field at a depth of ...

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NPD: Lifetime Extension and Production Boost for Gullfaks

NPD Lifetime Extension and Production Boost for Gullfaks

Gullfaks field, which has been producing for nearly 30 years, will see further investments to boost production and ...

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ABB Sheds Up to 260 Jobs in Norway

Steffen Waal, CEO of ABB in Norway.

ABB Norway has informed the employees that it will implement capacity adjustments as a result of prolonged failure ...

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Green Light for Wintershall’s Maria

Green Light for Wintershall's Maria

Wintershall and its partners Petoro and Centrica have today received approval by the Ministry of Petroleum and ...

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Aker Solutions to Axe Up to 500 More Jobs

Aker Solutions to Axe Up to 500 More Jobs

Aker Solutions today notified employees that it has become necessary to reduce the workforce capacity in its ...

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Norway: IKM Buys Oceaneering’s On-Site Machining & Cutting

IKM Buys Oceaneering’s On-site Machining & Cutting (Norway)

IKM Testing has entered into a purchase agreement to acquire Oceaneering’s Norwegian On-site Machining & ...

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Statoil: Polarled First Pipeline to Cross Arctic Circle

Statoil Polarled Becomes First Pipeline to Cross Arctic Circle

On Friday 21 August the Polarled gas pipeline crossed 66 degrees and 33 minutes north of the equator and became the ...

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Johan Sverdrup Development Plan Approved

Johan Sverdrup Development Plan Approved

The plan for development and operation (PDO) for Johan Sverdrup, phase one, was approved by the Ministry of ...

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Nexans’ Subsea Cables for Statnett’s Inner Oslofjord Project

Photo: Shipspotting

Statnett, the state owned transmission system operator in the Norwegian energy system, is reinforcing the country’s ...

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Nexans’ HVDC Cables for NSN Subsea Link

Photo: Shipspotting

The NSN Link under the North Sea will enable a two-way exchange of green energy between the Nordic and British ...

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Johan Sverdrup Construction Kicks Off

Johan Sverdrup Construction Kicks Off

Production of the first elements on the Johan Sverdrup project has begun at Kværner in Verdal. On Monday June 29, ...

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