Wood Group Engineers Two MWCC Modular Capture Vessels

Wood Group Engineers Two MWCC Modular Capture Vessels

Wood Group Mustang (WGM) has completed engineering services for the two Marine Well Containment Company (MWCC) ...

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Jan de Nul Orders Two New SRI Vessels in China

Jan de Nul Orders Two New SRI Vessels in China

Jan De Nul Group has ordered two 6,000 ton Subsea Rock Installation vessels at AVIC Weihai shipyard in Weihai, ...

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Bourbon Revenue Up on Forex Gains

Bourbon Revenue Up on Forex Gains

French vessel owner and provider of marine and subsea services, Bourbon, has booked a rise in revenues for the ...

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Siem Extends Deadline for Daya’s OSCV Financing

Siem Extends Deadline for Daya's OSCV Financing

Oslo-listed Siem Offshore and Daya Materials Bhd. (Daya) have agreed to extend the deadline for termination of the ...

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3PSC Gets Navy Contract Extension

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3PSC LLC, based in Norfolk, Virginia, has been issued a $23,4 million modification under a previously awarded ...

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Subsea 7 Eyes Fleet Reduction

Jean Cahuzac, Subsea 7 Chief Executive Officer

Oslo-listed Subsea 7 is considering a potential downsize of its fleet as it looks to cut down costs amid offshore ...

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E-marine Boosts Cable Ship Fleet

E-marine Boosts Cable Ship Fleet

E-marine, a provider of submarine cable installation and repair solutions in the Middle East and Sub-Continent ...

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Olympic Wins Charters

Olympic Wins Charters

Offshore vessel operator Olympic Ship AS has secured a new contract for its M/V Olympic Taurus. According to ...

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Havyard Sinks into Red

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

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Siem Sees Profits Rise

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

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DOF Posts Q4 Loss

DOF Posts Q4 Loss

Norwegian offshore vessel owner DOF has slipped into the red in the fourth quarter 2014, despite revenue growth and ...

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Reef Subsea Deal Hits GC Rieber

Reef Subsea Deal Hits GC Rieber

GC Rieber Shipping had a loss of NOK 201.4 million in the fourth quarter 2014, compared with a loss of NOK 73.5 ...

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Marine Survey to Start Off Sha Tau Kok

Marine Survey Conducted Off Sha Tau Kok

Gulf Agency Company (GAC) has informed that for approximately ten months, marine site investigation works involving ...

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Olympic’s Vessels Get New Contracts

Olympic's Vessels Get New Contracts

M/V Olympic Triton has been awarded a new contract, firm for one-year plus an additional optional year, up to two ...

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DEME Orders Two New Vessels

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DEME has ordered two new vessels serving the offshore energy market. Contracts have been signed with shipyards La ...

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Dolphin Expects Revenue Growth

Dolphin Expects Revenue Growth

Oslo-listed Dolphin has announced it expects full year revenue to exceed USD 500 million for 2015, representing a ...

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Highlights of the Week

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Subsea World News has put together a recap of the most interesting articles from the previous week (December 29 – ...

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Bourbon Sells More Vessels

Bourbon in Another $202 Mln Vessels Sale

BOURBON has completed the transfer of ownership under the agreements with ICBC Financial Leasing (ICBCL) and ...

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Highlights of the Week

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Subsea World News has put together a recap of the most interesting articles from the previous week (December 22 – ...

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PGS Drops Guidance, Postpones Vessels

PGS Drops Guidance, Postpones Vessels

Oslo-listed seismic player Petroleum Geo-Services (PGS) said today it expects lower earnings for this year and a ...

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DOF Subsea Scoops Several Contracts

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DOF Subsea, a subsidiary of DOF ASA, has been awarded multiple contracts, with a total value of approximately NOK ...

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