Subsea World News has put together a recap of the most interesting articles from the previous week (August 14 – August 20).
The project is expected to boost BPTT’s gas production capacity by an estimated 590 million standard cubic feet a day (mmscfd).
With an investment of approximately USD 2 billion, Juniper is BP’s first subsea field development in Trinidad.
The contract ensures that the vessel is utilized until the end of the year, the Oslo-listed company noted.
Siemens is to supply, install and commission 56 wind turbines for the Galloper wind farm project.
The contract is part of a long term frame agreement that has been in place since 2009.
The work scope covers the subsea inspection of 29 platform structures and seven free standing domes on the North Sea Dutch Continental Shelf.
With the acquisition Boskalis fulfils its strategic ambition to build a position in the offshore survey market and becomes a specialist provider of subsea geotechnical surveys with an exposure to the renewables market and the early cyclical oil and gas market, the company explained.
Flumill is an Arendal-based company in Norway that has developed a patented-concept based on rotating helixes for production of electric power from tidal water. The company has completed several scale tests of the concept, and the technology is said to have gained considerable international interest.