Subsea World News has gathered all the highlights to bring you a summarized version of the most popular articles from the previous month.
The month of June has seen many companies announcing job cuts and business restructuring. Red7Marine has gone into administration with 47 jobs lost, Aker Solutions slashed 200 in subsea division, FMC reduced Norwegian workforce again, while Statoil and Royal IHC decided to let go more than 1500 workers each.
Chevron ran into tendon problems on its Big Foot project, causing an indefinite delay to the start of production.
Good news, however, come from Forsys Subsea, a joint venture between Technip and FMC Technologies, becoming officially operational on June 1. You can find out more below about the newly launched alliance in a joint interview with its founding companies.
Furthermore, EMAS AMC flagship, subsea construction vessel, Lewek Contellation has set an industry pipelay record in the GOM, while on Norwegian continental shelf, EMAS installed Aasta Hansteen Templates.
Subsea 7 kicked off Mariner pipelaying gig, DOF Subsea sold its stake to Technip in Skandi Arctic JV and Ulsten presented a new subsea concept.
For the month of June, our 10 most-read articles were: